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Effectively Identifying Contact Lens Candidates

By: Optometry Times – August, 2018

From the front desk, to the technician, to the optometrist, all staff should be well-educated on the visual needs of today’s patients as well as the latest technology in contact lenses and best practices for identifying potential contact lens candidates.

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How Contact Lenses Helped An Olympic Gymnast Improve Her Game

By: Optometry Times – March, 2018

U.S. gold medal gymnast Laurie Hernandez speaks exclusively with Optometry Times and discusses how daily disposable contact lenses helped to improve her vision when competing.

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Learning How To Manage Scared Noncompliant Patients

By: Optometry Times – January, 2018

Fear of going blind (scotomaphobia) ranks high on the list of people’s most feared medical conditions.1 Phobias, by definition, are irrational and can cause patients to act irrationally. A prime example would be when a patient becomes too scared to comply with follow-up care and retreats into denial and/or ignorance of his condition.

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