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Customized Contact Lens Fits with Readily Available Lenses

Viola Kanevsky, OD, is as likely to see infants as she is the elderly in her New York City practice, Acuity NYC. “Other than...

WO Voices: The Patient Journey to Presbyopia

Presbyopia arrives to individuals in different ways: sometimes gradually or sometimes as a sudden switch in their vision. Kerry Giedd, OD, of Eola Eyes...

Addressing Accommodative Issues Early Is Great for Patients and Business

As part of her effort to differentiate her practice, Ashley Tucker, OD, FAAO, FSLS, appreciates being able to recommend quality products to her patients...

Opening Doors to Research Opportunities

When Kathryn Richdale, OD, PhD, Diplomate CCLRT, was in optometry school, she thought the career choices ahead were limited: private practice, corporate practice or...

Innovations Keep Contact Lens Category Moving Forward

Pamela Lowe, OD, FAAO, of Professional Eye Care Center in Niles, Illinois, says that she has seen some surprising trends emerge from the COVID-19...

There is a Wave of New Presbyopes Coming, and They Have...

Happy birthday, dear millennials. Presbyopia is on its way! With the first of the millennials already having turned 40, the number of patients experiencing visual...

Growing Your Personal Connection to Patients With Presbyopia: Understanding, Positivity and...

By Jennifer Lyerly, OD,  TrueVision Eyecare, Raleigh, North Carolina Presbyopia is more than just a visual condition; the effects can be emotional and personal. Not...

Helping Nearsighted Patients With a Comfortable Lens

Brianna Rhue, OD, FAAO, FSLS, of West Broward Eyecare Associates in Tamarac, Florida, had been looking for a multifocal contact lens that helped more...

Welcome, Presbyopes

There’s really nothing sexy about presbyopia, says Rachael A. Wruble, OD, FAAO, with practices in Belmont and Charlotte, North Carolina. As a progressive condition...
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