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Letters and Viewpoints: The Feel of Optometry
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By Charlotte Tlachac, OD, FAAO — As a young woman in the highly male-dominated world of the late 70’s, I was always aware of body language issues, especially when dealing with male patients. Not wanting anyone to see me as female first and doctor second, I toyed with the idea of wearing stern suits.

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Quick Tips: Step Into a Volunteer Role
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By Thuy Lan Nguyen, OD – For the past five years, I’ve been volunteering for the VSP Mobile Eyes® program when it comes to town. If you’ve never done it, it’s simple and incredibly rewarding. The program was launched after natural disasters to bring eye care to those who needed it, but the equipped vans are now deployed around the country for special events.

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Anterior Uveitis: The Unusual Suspects

A systemic infection might be the cause of your patient’s isolated anterior uveitis. Here’s what to look for.

Ocular Signs of Neurofibromatosis

Patients with this rare genetic abnormality struggle with a variety of eye health issues.

On the Up and Up: Growing the Contact Lens ...

Preventing contact lens dropout is only half the battle.

Real-World Factors That Affect Contact Lens ...

Our patients are suffering from reduced comfort, but they don’t have to.

The Science of Contact Lens Discomfort

Here’s what’s happening behind the scenes of your patient’s discomfort.

Vision Expo West: A CE Jackpot in Vegas

Optometrists will gather to catch up on the latest in contact lens care, glaucoma, anterior segment and so much more.

Yes, Dry Eye Patients Can Wear Contacts

Ocular surface compromise may no longer be a contraindication.

2015 Office Design Contest

Your efficient––and jazzy––new office design could be a winner. Enter today!

The Structure-Function Junction

Improve your glaucoma diagnostic abilities by looking beyond the OCT.

‘I Think I’m Getting Audited!’

Understand the process and avoiding the red flags of an audit.

An OD’s Guide to Glaucoma Surgery

How will surgery impact how optometrists monitor and treat?

Glaucomatocyclitic Crisis: A Not-So-Benign ...

How to recognize and manage this potentially devastating condition. 

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Vision Expo West: A CE Jackpot in ...

Optometrists will gather to catch up on the latest in contact lens care, glaucoma, ...
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Growing the Contact Lens Practice

Preventing contact lens dropout is only half the battle.
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Eye Drops: The Future of Cataract ...

Lanosterol can dissolve the protein buildup that causes cataracts.
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When Contact Lens Patients Become ...

Coding visits for end-of-day contact lens discomfort is easier than you think.
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The Dangers of Eyelid Tattooing

New research suggests it induces meibomian gland loss and tear film instability.
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Was This Oak Hollow?

Readers share their thoughts on recent articles and columns.
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Product Review

A look at some of the latest product offerings in eye care.
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Brien Holden, Vision Pioneer, ...

The profession will miss the most influential optometrist of our generation.
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New Surgical Options for Presbyopia

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Know Your Retinal Breaks, Tears and Holes

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Doctor, Why Is My Vision Blurry?

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Keeping the Cornea Clear

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Recognize Distinctions in Women's Eye Health

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Is That Corneal Infiltrate Sterile or Infectious?

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Corneal Harbingers of Systemic Disease

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Mastering the Mechanics of Ocular Allergy


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