Focus on Refraction

To See in 3D

A review of stereo tests.

Should Hindsight Be 20/20?

When a child’s acuity meets their visual needs, they may benefit more from a delayed glasses prescription.

Worth Your Time

Use of the Worth 4-dot test warrants some attention—there’s so much it information it can provide.

The Forgotten Tool for Binocular Vision

Contact lenses can be great for certain issues of this sort.

Visuoscopy Review

The dusting off of rarely used techniques can prove more useful than initially meets the eye.

Different Fields for Different Folks

Kinetic testing may prove more beneficial than static for brain-injured patients.

A Day in the Life

Getting to know who your patient is outside the clinic could make a world of difference in crafting an effective treatment strategy.

Looking Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Let’s take a look at how tints play an important role in treating brain injury.

Addition by Subtraction: Cutting the Cyl

Most of the time, small amounts don’t equate to a change in prescription.

If At First You Don’t Succeed

It’s our job to use every possible tool at our disposal to improve patient vision and quality of life.

Upcoming Events

June 4, 2024

Rethinking Dry Eye Disease: A Contemporary Approach to a Complex Condition
Location: Virtual
Presenters:  Karl G. Stonecipher, MD, and Jessica Steen, OD
Webinar: 8:00pm ET

Sponsored by Bausch + Lomb

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June 5, 2024

The Integrated Care Model – Best Practices for Efficient Management of EVO ICL Patients
Location: Virtual
Moderator: John Vukich, MD
Presenters: Eva Kim, MD, and Seamus Martin, OD
Webinar: 6:00pm PT

Sponsored by STAAR Surgical

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June 13, 2024

The 3 I's of Geographic Atrophy: Imaging, Identification, and Intervention
Location: Virtual
Presenters: Joseph Nezgoda, MD, and Mohammad Rafieetary, OD
Webinar: 8:30pm ET

Sponsored by Apellis

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