Bring Tears to Their Eyes
By: Amber Gaume Giannoni, O.D., F.A.A.O.
A look at the current options for
managing severe dry eye disease.
Minimizing the Causes of Dry Eye
By: KATHERINE MASTROTA, O.D., M.S., F.A.A.O.
Discussing these factors with patients can help prevent severe dry eye disease.
Ready Your Dry Eye Practice for the Future
By: William Townsend, OD, FAAO
Surefire tips to overcome the impending increase-in-patients time crunch.
From Puddles to Oceans
By: MICHAEL S. COOPER, O.D.
My experiences provide the steps for developing a successful dry eye practice.
Troubleshoot Common Contact Lens Complications
By: Lindsey Getz, Contributing Editor
A look at the most prevalent problems
and how to solve them.
How to Evaluate Consulting and Buying Groups
By: Zack Tertel, Assistant Editor
Answer these questions to determine
which group is right for you.
O.D. to O.D.
By: Scot Morris, O.D., F.A.A.O
It’s right in front of you — do you see it?
Education to take away the pain.
Studies Reveal Additional Perimetry Uses; Antioxidant Studied to Treat or Cure Degenerative Eye Conditions; O.D.s Play Role in Identifying Common Cold; Multifocal CLs May Reduce Myopia Progression; FDA
News; and Research Notes.
View from the Top
By: Gary Gerber, O.D.
Time to fire your “best” employee.
By: Jack Runninger, O.D.
Life’s a series of highs and lows.
Fix This Practice
By: Richard S. Kattouf, O.D., D.O.S.
The senior partner who won’t let go.
Research in Practice
By: Mile Brujic, O.D.; Crystal Brimer, O.D.
Upper punctal occlusion.
By: Kimberly K. Reed, O.D., F.A.A.O.
EPA and DHA.
By: Bob Levoy, O.D.
Getting to the truth on resumés.
By: Paul M. Karpecki, O.D.
patient education platform.
By: DAVIS J. ARMISTEAD, O.D.