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6 OCT pitfalls to avoidOptometry has widely adopted optical coherence tomography (OCT) as a mainstay in diagnosing and managing ocular disease since its advent in the 1990s
Unleash your practice’s equipment by changing your mindsetOne thing that we always liked about our mentors is that they never looked at a problem from just one angle
How to establish value in the minds of contact lens wearersDifferentiate yourself in this era of heightened competition
5 ways to start the lens care conversation with patientsDo more than hand patients a box—prescribe instead of recommend
Addressing scleral lens clinical concernsWhile scleral lenses offer more stability than traditional lenses, there are still many controversies about their use that may give practitioners pause
Gladwell: Health care is a mystery wrapped in a puzzleThe current state of health care in the U.S. is a blend of pathologies and policies
How to know when it’s not dry eye
Why ODs should monitor hypertension in patientsOptometrists need to take on a greater role in helping patients identify and control hypertension
How to reduce vision impairment, promote eye healthThe American healthcare system is failing eye care
Advances in femto provide better results, fewer complicationsAdvances in femtosecond laser assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) providing better results, fewer complications, and higher rates of patient satisfaction.