Recognize the many risk factors and better diagnose, monitor, treat, and possibly prevent steroid-induced glaucoma.
Many common oral medications can cause eye dryness as a side effect. Here are the categories of medications eyecare practitioners should pay attention to in patient history—plus a downloadable cheat sheet!
Omega-3 fatty acids have been considered a staple in the treatment and management of dry eye disease (DED) along with other methods for many years, but have recently been questioned by the results of the 2018 DREAM study. Here's what ODs should know about the role of omegas in dry eye treatment!
Originally used in dermatology, IPL has become increasingly important as a second-stage treatment for dry eye disease due to its unexpected success in treating meibomian gland dysfunction.
While Valsalva retinopathy often resolves without clinical intervention, it can initially appear quite alarming. Here's what to know about this rare condition.
Gone are the days of eye care professionals offering patients with astigmatism or presbyopia the limited choices of monovision soft contact lenses with readers over top, or masking astigmatism with soft multifocals.
With all the hyaluronic acid eyedrops available, it can become a daunting task trying to determine which of these specific products are the right fit for your patient’s dry eye needs.