260: UV protection

I know that UV (ultraviolet light) is harmful to the external and internal structures of the eye. Which patients are most at risk? Eye specialists have known about the harmful...

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256: Face shape and frame selection

How can I use a person’s face shape to get better at advising on frame style selection? Frame style selection is important. People who are unhappy with the frame style of their...

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255: Frame selection

I’ve just opened my first practice. I know that poor frame choice for a patient is likely to lead to a complaint and a remake with a different frame. How can I make sure my staff...

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254: Determining the dominant eye

I have a patient who wants who has successfully worn single vision soft contact lenses for many years. He is now presbyopic and wants to try soft progressive lenses. He works a...

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252: Progressive contact lenses

I want to start promoting soft progressive contact lenses in my practice. Friends in another practice have stopped offering these contact lenses because of the high number of...

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251: Upgrading progressive lenses

I have a lot of older patients whom I have seen for many years. They are wearing older design progressive lenses and I have been steadily upgrading them to modern design...

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