May 15, 2023


Clinical Care

Pediatric Exams Made Easy

Make a big impact with our smaller patients and take the time to address their visual needs.

When Psych Issues Manifest in Your Patient

How to properly handle mental health conditions, such as depression, abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder, that may arise during an exam.

Dry Eye

Assessing Eyelid Health in Dry Eye Patients

We dive into the role abnormalities and meibomian gland dysfunction play in development and progression.

How Contact Lenses Contribute to Dry Eye

Learn about their impact on the fragile structure of the tear film, which patients are at greatest risk and the options available to alleviate symptoms.

Keeping an Eye Out for Lacrimal Gland Abnormalities

Understanding how these issues present and their potential implications is critical for prompt treatment and positive patient outcomes.


Advanced Procedures

Lose that Lump

Intralesional injection can help patients who want a less invasive option for treating their chalazion.


Put Your Foot Down

Arguably the most important organ, your feet deserve all the care in the world if they’re going to carry you around it.

Clinical Quandaries

Give It a Shot

A new treatment for early dry AMD can slow lesion progression. This elevates the role of the OD in disease detection.

Diagnostic Quiz

Seeing Both Sides of It

Is this patient’s ocular asymmetry a cause for concern? If so, what is the appropriate course of action?

Ocular Surface Review

Drink Up

Hydrating the whole body—not just the eyes—is key to improving the ocular surface.


It Don’t Come Easy

Dry eye patients who want to reduce their symptoms need to take at least some action of their own instead of expecting you to solve it all.

Retina Quiz

Spot the Problem

What do these distinctive lesions represent?

Surgical Minute

Glaucoma Care: Easing the Pressure

Two new products are bound to simplify treatment regimens for your patients.

The Essentials

Vascular Variations

Brush up on the fundamental differences between arteries, veins and capillaries and how each feeds the eye.

Through My Eyes

Innovations, Part Two

These products are making an impact in the eyecare world.

Urgent Care

Tiny Red Flag, Big Issue

An external injury nearly disguised an intraocular foreign body.

You Be the Judge

Lurking in the Shadows

Would you refer for supplemental testing under these circumstances?