July 15, 2010


Contact Lenses

Some Facts About SiHy Lenses

Here’s a primer on the properties and capabilities of silicone hydrogel contact lenses.

It’s Time to Delegate Contact Lens Duties

Are you losing money by handling most of your contact lens services yourself? Your time is valuable, so delegate the basic steps.


How to Establish a SUCCESSFUL Glaucoma Practice

The thought of establishing your own glaucoma specialty practice can be intimidating. Don’t worry. Confidence, clinical knowledge and good patient care are the main things you need.

Special Report

Meet the ‘Young Guns’ of Optometry

These up-and-coming O.D.s are advancing the profession in ways their predecessors likely never thought of.



D.D.S.? S.O.S.!

Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be dentists.

Clinical Quandaries

Normal Thyroid, Abnormal Eyes

A patient presents with signs of thyroid eye disease, but her thyroid levels are normal. What should be done for her?

Coding Connection

Standard of Care for Glaucoma

As technology improves, the standard of care for the glaucoma patient is evolving.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Remind Patients About UV Safety

It’s summer, so patients are wearing their sunglasses. But, this care should last year-round. Remind patients about the dangers of UV exposure.

Diagnostic Quiz

News Review


Are We There Yet?

As you plan where you’ll get your CE next year, consider what type of event best suits your individual needs.

Product Review

Retina Quiz

Should Blur Cause Concern?

This patient presented with blurred vision at near. Is this indicative of a major visual complication or just a correctable inconvenience?

Review of Systems

The Endocrine System: Part II

Patients with pituitary disorders may present with telltale symptoms and signs.

Therapeutic Review

A Potent New Steroid

Understand the benefits and risks of steroid use, as well as how to manage resultant intraocular pressure elevations.