Potential Treatments for Dry Eye, Part II
By: Donald L. Mackeen, MS, PhD
This second of a three-part series examines U.S. patents for treating dry eye by adding tear and lacrimal gland components.
Preventing Contact Lens Dropouts
By: Joanna Cosgrove
Contact lens practitioners offer solutions to circumvent this growing problem.
Solution Leaps the Regulatory Hurdle
By: Sharon W. Lambert, BS; Karen Lindley, MBA; Mary Mowrey-McKee, PhD
Let's see how a four-hour care product moves to a 10-minute regimen.
By: Elise Brisco, O.D., F.A.A.O.; Michael G. Harris, OD, JD, MS
Contact Lens Prescriptions
Prescribing for Presbyopia
By: Thomas G. Quinn, OD, MS, FAAO
Translating Bifocals into Success
By: Edward S. Bennett, OD, MSEd
Staff Education in the RGP Practice
Discovering Dry Eye
By: Carolyn Begley, OD, MS, FAAO; Nikole Himebaugh, OD
Retro-illuminating The Tear Film: New Use of an Old Technique
Contact Lens Primer
By: Timothy B. Edrington, OD, MS; Elise Brisco, O.D., F.A.A.O.
Tear Lens = Base Curve - Corneal Curve
Contact Lens Economics
By: Antonio Calossi, DIP OPTOM IT, FAILAC, FBCLA
How to Triple Your Contact Lens Revenue
By: Timothy McMahon, OD, FAAO
Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis Revisited - Treatment Decisions
By: W. Glenn MacDonald, OD; William R. Martin, OD
Electronic Disinfection - A Possible Remedy for Red Eye
Contact Lens Case Reports
By: Patrick J. Caroline, FAAO; Mark P. André, FAAO
Software Aids in Lens Design for Post-LASIK Patient