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Corneal Swelling Found After Scleral Lens Wear

Both small- and large-diameter designs induced some edema following an hour of wear, study finds.
May 14, 2021

CL Comfort, Vision Perception Often Goes Hand-in-hand

The relationship between the two differed depending on the lens design and whether the wearer was presbyopic.
April 29, 2021

CL Wearers Report Less Discomfort with H2O2 Solutions

Still, complication rates were roughly equal between hydrogen peroxide and MPS systems.
March 24, 2021

Contact Lenses Infused with Gold Nanoparticles May Combat Color Blindness

The novel lenses present a safe and effective way for these patients to view red and green colors.
March 10, 2021

Kids Successful in Long-Term Soft Lens Wear

A daily modality resulted in little to no change in ocular health or physiology over six years.
March 8, 2021

Pain Questionnaires May Improve GP Candidate Selection

On the other hand, lid margin sensitivity wasn’t a key factor in subjective lens comfort.
February 25, 2021

Delay of Final Contact Lens Rule Requested by Congress

The two-month window may offer ODs more time to get their EHRs up-to-date to comply with the bill’s requirements.
January 20, 2021

Hydrogen Peroxide Gets the Edge on Comfort

Multipurpose solution users didn’t experience more ocular complications; however, they did notch higher rates of discomfort.
December 28, 2020

Lens Discomfort Linked to Noncompliance in Kids

Patients who wore either single vision or myopia control lenses had similar rates of adherence, study finds.
December 17, 2020

Placebo Effect Implicated in CL Discomfort

Patients masked to the fact they were wearing their regular monthly lens instead of a daily disposable reported significant improvements at one month.
November 4, 2020