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A Guide To Multifocal Contact Lenses

It’s 4:45 PM at the end of a long day and in your mind you’re halfway out the door — until you see the chief complaint on your next chart. “55-year-old with decreased vision in their monovision contacts.” You picture your hands shaking as you hold loose lenses in front …

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AVEO Contact Lenses – What You Need To Know

AVEO Contact Lenses - What You Need to Know

Another online contact lens company? There is no doubt that daily contact lenses are the lens modality of choice for eyecare providers given their increased water content and the decreased rate of complication compared to other modalities. However, contact lens wearers are not always easily convinced by those statistics alone. …

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Top Trending Glasses For Millennials

Top Trending Glasses for Millennials

There are always trends, glasses are no exception. These are the top trending glasses for millennials in my practice. 1.) Blue Light Protection The eye care industry has done a great job at educating the public on the potential dangers of exposure to harmful blue light from digital devices and …

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Best Glasses Technology Trending In 2018

Best Glasses Technology Trending In 2018

Every year, ophthalmic lens technology seems to advance dramatically. Here’s the best glasses technology that seems to be trending in 2018 based upon new tech that’s come out as well as discussion with patients in the exam room. 1) Blue light filtering lens options We’ve all heard a lot about …

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New Transitions® Lenses Bring Style to the Next Level

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This is a sponsored post by Transitions Optical a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎 We have all heard about Transitions® lenses and how they can function to provide ocular health benefits for our patients. We know Transitions lenses help block UV and harmful blue light as well as help provide relief to …

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A “New” Look at Amblyopia Therapy

A New Look at Amblyopia Therapy

Amblyopia is a reduction in overall vision due to anisometropia, strabismus, high refractive error or cataracts in early childhood. In most cases, the patient has one eye with reduced vision, thus giving the colloquial “lazy” title. This term assumes a passive indifference on the poorer-seeing eye, and monocular treatment (patching, …

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