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Posts Tagged ‘myopia’

Surprise! Your Patient Still Has Issues After Refractive Surgery

Refractive surgery is great, isn’t it? It can allow patients with myopia and cataracts to achieve close to perfect vision. As good as it is, even refractive surgery has its downsides. Any time there are problems, there will also be complaints from patients. You can’t make all patients happy all the time, but you can […]

Slowing the Increase in Myopia

Myopia is the Rodney Dangerfield* of vision conditions. Unlike glaucoma or macular degeneration, myopia isn’t ‘given respect’ because the majority of treatments don’t involve surgery. Most of the time, either eyeglasses or contact lenses do the trick. If a person is fed up with glasses or contact lenses, there’s vision correction surgery (e.g., LASIK). The […]

Patient Retention

True story: As a kid with myopia in the 1980’s, I had a succession of optometrists. The reason for this is that my mother’s employer’s insurance changed from one carrier to another frequently. As a result, the doctor who saw me two years before didn’t always accept the new insurance. Despite these changes, Mom got […]

Blue Light and Eye Health

It is clear that more and more people are using digital devices, such as smart phones and tablet computers. While these devices can make it easier to work and communicate, not to mention have fun, there is a trade-off to all this convenience. Digital devices can affect eye health. There has been an increase in […]

Advances in Amblyopia and Myopia Treatment

Pediatric optometry is more than just kid sized phoropters and having a supply of stickers and lollipops. Just as there are advances the treatment of adult vision conditions, pediatric conditions have seen their share of advances. In particular, research on treatments for children with either amblyopia or myopia has shown promising results. Amblyopia For years, […]