Technology

Two is Better Than One

A new device, the Kahook Dual Blade, could improve IOP lowering and safety in MIGS.
08/15/2016

Silicon Meets Silicone

US optometrists now have access to a contact lens that tracks IOP. Other smart lenses are in the works, too.
04/15/2016

Seeing Blue: The Impact of Excessive Blue Light Exposure

Learn the science and key clinical points to help educate—and ultimately protect—your patients.
04/15/2016

On Next: Optometry Live

Today’s gadgets have some doctors worried about constant surveillance. But if you embrace your own antics, you’ve got nuthin’ to worry about.
04/15/2016

OCT’s Role in an Optometric Practice

Knowing what you can—and can’t—do with this imaging technology helps you provide the best care to patients with common ocular conditions.
03/15/2016

Is Technology Replacing Us?

Diagnostic tools are changing patient care—but they come with significant practice management dos and don’ts.
03/15/2016

Scoring an A+ on a B-Scan

Master the art of ultrasound imaging.
03/15/2016

A Closer Look at Presbyopia Correction

Better corrective lenses and a multitude of surgical approaches give your presbyopic patients more options than ever before.
02/15/2016

Fantastic Voyage

3D visualization of live surgery immerses viewers in the retina during vitrectomies.
02/15/2016

Product Review

A look at some of the latest product offerings in eye care.
01/15/2016

Upcoming Events

October 7-9, 2016

Topic: New Technologies and Treatments 
Location: Marriott Downtown, Philadelphia
Up to 19 CE Credits*
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October 21-22, 2016

Topic: East Coast Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, Va
Up to 12 CE Credits*
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November 19, 2016

Topic: Southwest Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: JW Marriott Houston, Houston, Texas
Up to 6 CE Credits*
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