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A 46-year old Caucasian male presented for his annual exam. Primary concerns were the minimal amount of time he could comfortably wear his contact lenses, as well as the chronic redness of his eyes.
Join fellow ODs for a series of weekly peer-to-peer discussions on practicing during the COVID-19 pandemic
Once you and your astigmatism patient have decided to give contact lenses a go, there are a few steps you can take to help ensure they’re getting the most out of their new lenses.
Light - while essential for sight - is also challenging for the visual system to cope with.
See how small adjustments can help lead to an optimal fit and enhanced vision for your multifocal lens wearers.
Expand your eye health knowledge with the ACUVUE® Certified Staff Program
Communication is key in eye care. Learn how a simple conversation can make all the difference in patient success.
The LipiFlow® System is intended for the application of localized heat and pressure therapy for adult patients who have chronic cystic conditions of the eyelids, including Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).
Learn how data on thousands of patients led to a pupil optimization approach to contacts for presbyopic patients.
Mimics key functions of the tear film, providing moisture at the surface and throughout the lens—to help keep eyes feeling fresh all day
A 33-year-old Caucasian male accountant presented to the office for laser vision correction consultation in 2018. His chief complaint was difficulty tolerating contact lenses for the past 10 years.
Find out how to help patients understand and manage deposition and how we now think differently about how tears can integrate in a beneficial way with lens materials.
MGD is a chronic and progressive condition1,2,3
Technology that helps keep patients' eyes feeling moist so they can focus on their day, not their contacts.
Offers 183 specific optical designs to easily fit patients with pupil sizes that vary across age and distance/near refractive needs
Exhibited more than 4X the antioxidant capacity of vitamin E in a laboratory study
Patients don’t always say what they’re thinking. Learn how to break the ice for those who may want to try out contacts.
The LipiScan® Dynamic Meibomian Imager (DMI) is an ophthalmic imaging device to capture, archive, manipulate, and store digital images of the meibomian glands.
Learn how the ACUVUE® Fit Guide can help fit patients for the unique design of MOIST MULTIFOCAL lenses with success.
Introducing ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™
Watch how ACUVUE® and its EYE-INSPIRED™, patient-focus approach is shifting the contact lens industry for the better.
A 65-year-old Caucasian female presented to the office for consultation in 2016. Her chief complaint was difficulty tolerating her contact lenses for the past 3-5 years. She reported redness, tearing and foreign body sensation.
Learn how to examine and assess your patient's tear film quality to identify any challenges that may need treatment.
Resources related to Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and Dry Eye.
The latest findings with the 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST family support the significant role for hydrogel daily disposables in contemporary contact lens practice
Provides a consistently thin edge contour to help conform to the natural shape of the eye and minimize lid interaction
Most patients are in the dark when it comes to treating astigmatism. Learn how to help bring them the clarity they need.
The LipiView® II Ocular Surface Interferometer is an ophthalmic imaging device to capture, archive, manipulate, and store digital images of specular interferometric observations of the tear film.
Learn how ACUVUE® OASYS Contact Lenses with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™ can help patients with visual discomfort from factors such as bright light.
Take a closer looks at 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST dual action technology for keeping moisture in and irritation out for patients.
To help your patients achieve maximum contact lens comfort, show them what simple things to check for before insertion. There's more about this in our online course, "Teaching Your Patients Wear & Care: Guide to Best Practice" on the My Learning page.
Understand how tear meniscus height and composition can impact patients' eyes and ways you can help.
Learn about the technology behind ACUVUE™ RevitaLens MPDS – New to the ACUVUE® Family
Two technologies combined to deliver exceptional performance.
Vision satisfaction requires more than just good visual acuity. Discover the role visual endurance plays and how to help manage it.
Works naturally with the eyelids and harnesses the power of the blink to help keep the lens in the correct position—for consistent, clear, stable vision
Ocular surface rehabilitation is critical before patients undergo cataract and refractive surgery, and meibomian glands play a major role in ocular surface health.
See how ACUVUE® VITA® contact lenses utilize HydraMaxTM Technology to maintain hydration throughout the lens and comfort all month long.
Patients’ visual experiences are influenced by how their eyes respond in the presence of excess light.
Learn basic eye anatomy with this interactive models, view video tutorials of common refractive errors, and see how contact lenses can help give you clear vision.
Teach your patients these 3 Cs to help them form positive contact lens habits outside the office. See more from our Teaching Your Patients Wear & Care online course.
Did you know that 9 out of 10 eyecare professionals rated ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses for ASTIGMATISM easy to fit1?
By staying active and following up with new contact lens wearers, you can help identify and alleviate issues early on.
This handheld instrument is used by eye care professionals to evaluate meibomian gland secretions in adult patients during a routine eye examination.
Get quick tips for testing your patients' vision, from a smartphone assessment to identifying reversed lenses.
Total visual experience is multifaceted—it does not just include visual acuity.
Helps protect against harmful UVA and UVB rays
Evidence from numerous studies supports comfort, vision, and safety of hydrogel daily disposables.
Find out how Melissa Barnett, OD, FAAO, FSLS, FBCLA approaches new contact lens wearers to grow her daily disposable fits
Choosing and training the right patients for extended wear lenses starts with training yourself and your staff.
Learn what happens to a contact lens wearer during the day from insertion to removal.
1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST MULTIFOCALS are the first and only multifocal lenses uniquely optimized for presbyopic patients - learn why.
Wearer reports and seven performance benchmarks add up to one great contact lens. Get the facts on ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™.
Read the report that summarizes over 30 years of research showing the benefits of etafilcon A material.
Facing an unprecedented increase in digital device usage among their patients, eye care professionals are having success leveraging the indoor benefits of the first-of-its-kind1, ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™.
Enable your patients to experience the benefits of ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ via our interactive product simulator.
Enable your patients to experience the benefits of ACUVUE® OASYS 1-Day via our interactive product simulator.
Dr. Robin Chalmers shares two key findings from her study on patient safety and hydrogel contact lense materials.
Dr. Loretta Szczotka-Flynn gives a big picture perspective on the research behind hydrogel contact lens materials.
What did Dr. Loretta Szczotka-Flynn learn in her study on corneal response to different hydrogel contact lens materials?
Dr. Charissa Lee looks at research on why hydrogel daily disposable contact lenses remain an excellent choice for many patients.
Dr. Robin Chalmers presents her research in patient safety to help determine the best choice in hydrogel contact lenses.
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