Introduction to the issue and commentary on recent trends in the profession. By Jack Persico, Editor-in-Chief

It’s Like Pulling Teeth

The dental model of practice has long been touted as an inspiration for optometry. Is it finally starting to work?

Your Best Device

Technology can help make diagnoses better, faster and more precise, but it’s you who makes the call.

We Have the Technology

Our innovation issue celebrates science with a look at medical breakthroughs here today and on the way.

Give Yourselves a Hand

ODs are taking on more front-line work manipulating ocular tissue rather than merely examining it.

The Best is Yet to Come

Our 125th anniversary year ends with a farewell to the past and a bold embrace of the future.

Double Vision

Can patients see you as both a generalist and a specialist? With a little finesse, it can be done.

Technical Difficulties

High-tech diagnostic screening tools only help if you prioritize education and attentiveness.

Hard Times for Soft Lenses

Two reports document challenges to long-term success and reinforce the importance of good education.

Second Chances

Your practice should be filled with multifocal patients by now. Take heart: it still can be.

An Origin Story

Optometry’s gains were hard won. An awareness of the past will help you create a vision of the future.

Upcoming Events

June 8-11, 2017

New Technologies and Treatments in Eye Care
Location: Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club, Orlando, FL
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO 
Up to 18 CE credits (COPE approved)
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November 3-5, 2017

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care
Location: Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)
Registration opens April 2017


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