Tag Archives: dry eye

Managing Discomfort in Contact Lenses

erin rueff od

Discomfort is the prevailing reason why many patients are opting to drop out of contact lens wear, and managing discomfort in contact lenses rests on our shoulders as eyecare professionals. While it is easy to blame the ocular surface or dryness for discomfort issues, optometrists know that treating surface level …

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The Evolving Field of Dry Eye Care in Medical Optometry

Cory Lappin OD

Managing dry eye disease is a great entry point for practicing medical optometry, for new graduates and established optometrists alike. There is a tremendous need for dry eye care, as an estimated 7-34% of Americans suffer from dry eye disease.(1) As the population ages, we are seeing an increase in …

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How Optometrists Can Prevent Contact Lens Dropout

how optometrists can prevent contact lens dropout

This article was produced in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc, a proud supporter of NewGradOptometry.com and new graduate optometrists 😎 Contact Lens Dropout Has Tremendous Consequences Contact lens dropout presents a challenge for both the patient and the optometrist. When patients choose to quit on their contact …

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Prescribing Eyewear for Millennials

matt and jennifer lyerly

Dr. Jennifer Lyerly, practicing optometrist and co-founder of Defocus Media, talks with us about the prescription eyewear needs of millennials, especially as they age, and things to consider when prescribing eyewear for millennials. “Millennials get older,” Dr. Lyerly laughs, pointing out that some millennials are nearing their forties. “When you’re …

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Hubble Contact Lenses – 4 Things To Consider

You know the old saying if it’s too good to be true then it probably is? The same might be said about Hubble contact lenses. Forbes Magazine recently ran a feature on the founders of Hubble contact lenses and their goal of disrupting the contact lens industry. According to the …

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