Clinical

3D Printing: The Future of Optometry for New Grads?

From the runways of Paris, to an electric neighborhood car…every industry has embraced 3D printing. In 2011, 3D printing was expected to change everything. In fact, New Scientist magazine boldly declared, WE ARE smack bang in the middle of a second industrial revolution.7 3D printing has undoubtedly also begun to …

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A New Grad’s Guide to Ordering Lab Work

ou’ve graduated, you’re killing it at your new practice, and you have a patient in your chair with a condition that needs more investigation. Maybe it’s an optic neuritis or maybe the uveitis you’ve been managing isn’t responding like you thought it would. Regardless, you know lab work would help….so …

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Dry Eye Syndrome and Guide to Nighttime Therapy

This is a sponsored post by Eye Eco, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎  Dry eye disease is one of the most common ocular morbidities, and a leading cause of visits to eyecare professionals today.1,2  Common signs and symptoms of dry eye syndrome (DES) include: dryness redness stinging foreign …

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Audio Education – A Review of the Cranial Nerves

NGO proudly presents our first audio education series, a review of the cranial nerves.  Whether preparing for boards or simply refreshing your memory, this brief review on cranial nerves will hopefully provide you with some beneficial information. We’ve highlighted the most important function of each cranial nerve, and decided an audio …

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