Doug Katsev, MD, discusses the findings from a study concerning atopic dermatitis and cataract development for the Medical News Minute.
Time is everything. How are you spending yours?
One pediatric ophthalmologist has spent 30 years educating the Louisiana community’s stakeholders about the importance of vision screening for young children.
IPL + thermal pulsation: A thorough approach to dry eye
For weary patients, dry eye clinics are often the last stop. Here, they finally find the knowledge, understanding, diagnosis, and treatment they deserve. Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy, an important and practice-differentiating component of treatment, has helped us provide long-term relief from signs and symptoms.
Are you wondering if other practices are charging for adding pupillary distance (PD) to prescriptions and adjusting glasses purchased online for free? If so, how does this fit into your mission statement and strategic goals?
Kick back, relax, and take a look back at some of our Optic Relief comics from 2018.
The market for ocular aesthetics is vast, yet very much underserved in 2018
Results from the 36-month Hyperopia Treatment Study 1 (HTS1) comparing immediate versus delayed spectacle treatment for moderate hyperopia in children 1 to <3 years of age are consistent with showing a small to moderate benefit or no b
The use of eye drops as a treatment for glaucoma will likely become rare considering the pace of progress in developing alternative drug delivery systems, said James D. Brandt, MD, to attendees of the 2018 Glaucoma Subspecialty Day.