Contact Lens Spectrum

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June 2015

Document #235

(p. 12) Refractive Focus –Myopia Update: The Case for More Myopic Defocus
By David A. Berntsen, OD, PhD, FAAO

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(p. 14) Prescribing for Astigmatism – Correcting Higher Levels of Regular Astigmatism
By Heidi G. Miller, OD; Tiffany Gates, OD; & Timothy B. Edrington, OD, MS, FAAO

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(p. 15) GP Insights – Toric GP Lens Rotation and Induced Astigmatism
By John Mark Jackson, OD, MS, FAAO

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(p. 19) Dry Eye Dx and Tx – Prescribe Lid Hygiene, Especially for Makeup Wearers
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(p. 21) Contact Lens Care & Compliance – My List of Contact Lens Care Recommendations
By Michael A. Ward, MMSc, FAAO

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(p. 22) Daily Disposables for the 21st Century
By Stephanie M. Cox, OD, FAAO, & Jason J. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD, FAAO

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(p. 38) Beyond Irregular: Scleral Lenses for Everyday Use
By Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO (Dipl), FSLS, FBCLA

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(p. 38) More Screen Time = More Digital Eye Strain
By Lee Hall, BSc (Hons), PhD, FBCLA, & Chantal Coles-Brennan, BSc, OD, FAAO

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(p. 44) Contact Lens Practice Pearls – Ready for Something New?
By Jason R. Miller, OD, MBA, FAAO

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