Multiple Factors Play a Role in Dry Eye Disease

By WO Sep 2018

Jennifer Lyerly, OD, of Triangle Vision in Cary, North Carolina, says that trying to identify dry eye as either being aqueous deficient or evaporative is an “antiquated” identification system.

Presbyopia Is Not Just a Blur Problem: Patients’ Emotions Can Run High

By WO Nov 2016

Jessica Crooker, OD, of Scituate Harbor, Massachusetts, kept a list of patients whom she planned to contact as soon as she received DAILIES TOTAL1® Multifocal contact lenses in her office.

A Reliable Source for Patient Education

By Jennifer Turano, OD Nov 2016
A common question I get asked is, "When should my child get an eye exam?"

Program Benefits All Practitioners

By Harue J. Marsden, OD, MS, FAAO Nov 2016
In the greater Los Angeles area, individuals or even networks of optometrists cannot afford radio and television spots to educate patients about the importance of annual eye exams. It’s expensive.

Innovation That Goes Beyond Product Development

By Carla Mack, OD, MBA, FAAO Nov 2016

At Alcon, our passion is to help people see, look and feel their best. Because no two patients are alike, we strive to provide a robust portfolio of differentiated products for your patients’ unique needs.

The Importance of Family

By Melissa Barnett, OD, FAAO, FSLS Sep 2016

By Melissa Barnett, OD, FAAO, FSLS—Each patient that enters our office has a unique lifestyle, with individual visual and ocular needs.


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