Two is Better Than One

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

Silicon Meets Silicone

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

Seeing Blue: The Impact of Excessive Blue Light Exposure

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

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.

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.

Is Technology Replacing Us?

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

Scoring an A+ on a B-Scan

Master the art of ultrasound imaging.

A Closer Look at Presbyopia Correction

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

Fantastic Voyage

3D visualization of live surgery immerses viewers in the retina during vitrectomies.

Product Review

A look at some of the latest product offerings in eye care.

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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