Annual Presbyopia Report

Top 10 Ways to Fail with Multifocal Contacts

Try ignoring comfort or raising patient expectations—or not even offering multifocal lenses. That’ll chase away all those pesky presbyopes.
12/15/2011

Surgical Options for Presbyopes

The presbyopic population continues to expand every year. But, you can help your patients select the best corrective procedure to fit their visual needs.
12/15/2011

Find the Perfect Match for Your Presbyopic Patients

When it comes to presbyopia, numerous methods of correction are available.
12/15/2008

Presbyopic Lenses: an Evolution or a Revolution?

The first 50 years of presbyopic lenses could be termed an evolution, but the revolution taking place today is nothing short of, well, progressive.
12/15/2008

Take the Wavefront View on IOLs

Wavefront technology has helped us to better manage many patients’ refractive error. Now, it can help our presbyopic patients, too.
12/15/2008

Multiple Multifocal Lenses Make It Easy

Today’s contact lenses make fitting even your most challenging presbyopic patients simple.
12/15/2008

Upcoming Events

September 9, 2024

The 3 I's of Geographic Atrophy: Imaging, Identification, and Intervention
Location: Virtual
Presenters:  Damon Dierker, OD, FAAO, and Lucas Lindsell, OD, MD
Webinar: 8:30pm ET


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September 20, 2024

GA and SYFOVRE (pegcetacoplan injection) What every OD should know
Location: Canaletto (Inside The Venetian)
Presenters: Julie Rodman, OD, MS, FAAO, and Deepak Sambhara, MD
Presentation: 7:00pm PT

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October 1, 2024

The 3 I's of Geographic Atrophy: Imaging, Identification, and Intervention
Location: Virtual
Presenters: Jeffry Gerson, OD, FAAO, and Matthew Cunningham, MD
Webinar: 8:30pm ET


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