Ocular Rosacea can have a significant impact on ocular health, appearance, and comfort. Familiarize yourself with the condition and the various treatment options available to optimize patient care.
Dry eye disease is a common pathophysiological process that affects millions. The risk for dry eye increases after cataract surgery, but physicians are prepared with a multitude of treatments!
Lubricating eye drops are common first-line therapies for dry eye, but no drops truly replicate the biochemistry of natural tears. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) could change all that.
With women disproportionately affected by dry eye disease, it is important to explore the impetus and implications. This article sheds light on DED during pregnancy and beyond.
Thermal pulsation devices are in-office treatment options for meibomian gland dysfunction that work by applying both heat and pressure to the glands. Here, we review the current devices on the market, including the pros and cons of each.
In its recent launch event, Lumenis introduced the first and only FDA-approved IPL for dry eye management: OptiLight™.