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Financial planning amid a pandemic: Part II

October 07, 2020

John J. Grande, CFP, and John S. Grande, CFP, of Grande Financial Services, continue their discussion on how having a solid financial plan in place can ease anxiety amid the pandemic, their advice to ophthalmologists contemplating retirement, as well as the uncertainty surrounding the economy ahead of the 2020 election, ongoing virus, and the unknown of what's in store for 2021.

Evaluating and treating tear film patients with success

October 07, 2020

Cynthia Matossian, MD, FACS, explains why she believes if ophthalmologists consistently evaluate the ocular surface, tear film and lid margins—and treat any problems that we find—surgical outcomes will improve.

COVID-19: Practices falling short of pre-pandemic levels

October 02, 2020

Primary care has yet to regain the strength it had before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study released recently by the Larry A. Green Center, a research organization, in collaboration with the Primary Care Collaborative.

Tattoo you: Scleral tattoos pose threat to eye health

September 29, 2020

A French kindergarten teacher has lost his job after the parents of a child complained about his appearance, which includes multiple face tattoos, including the sclera of his eyes, which have been turned to black by the ink. Scleral tattoos pose a serious threat to eye health, and could be a challenge for ophthalmologists treating these patients.