Orthokeratology lenses provide another tool in a practice’s toolbox and make for more outstanding clinicians. Read on to gain an understanding of the basics of orthokeratology, mechanisms, and some common myths.
Clinicians who routinely fit scleral and specialty contact lenses should consider updating their scleral lens technology. Here are my top three recommendations to add to your office to help you fit more accurately and quickly.
Adding scleral lenses to your practice brings a whole new patient population—and a few challenges. Follow these advanced fitting techniques to achieve better vision, better comfort, and better overall results with your scleral lens patients.
SynergEyes hybrid lenses, available in both single vision and multifocal EDOF, make fitting a breeze, while the personalized design means the lens is more comfortable than ever and offers premium performance in fit, vision, and profitability.
Whether you’re treating patients with astigmatism, presbyopia, or irregular corneas, hybrid lenses might just become your new go-to option! These lenses can be used for both specialty and routine care for patients you see in your practice every day! Let’s dive into the benefits for you, your patients, and your practice.
Interested in pursuing a career in specialty contact lenses? This interview with three ODs in the field covers the background, training, and daily practice in this specialty setting.
Keratoconus is a condition that can cause marked visual difficulties. Here is what you need to know about keratoconus and keratoconus treatment.