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How to Upgrade Monthly/2-Week Wearers to SiHy 1-Day
It's a fact that silicone hydrogel 1-day contact lenses offer more oxygen, healthier corneas, reduced risk of infection, and added convenience. Yet when existing monthly/2-week wearers seem to be satisfied with their current lenses, do you ever find yourself hesitating to offer SiHy 1-day lenses, and miss the chance to create the best possible lens-wearing experience for your patients? Don't pass up the opportunity ever again!
Listen to Dr. Casey Hogan and Dr. Stephanie Woo share their secrets to success in refitting FRP wearers into SiHy 1-day in this enlightening webinar which will cover:
- Why 1-day? Why SiHy?
- Touchpoints of the patient journey
- Why it's important to communicate with your patient during each touch point
- How to communicate, including helpful materials and tools you can use
- How to train your staff for the upgrade
Oak Lawn, IL
Dr. Casey Hogan graduated from ICO where she also completed a primary care & ocular disease residency. She followed with an anterior segment fellowship at Boston University’s prestigious Boston Medical Center. A former assistant professor at ICO, she continues to serve as adjunct faculty for their cornea & contact lens residency program. She is a member of the ICO Leadership Circle, a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a member of the AOF President’s Circle and a diplomate of the American Board of Optometry. She is the founder of Advanced Eye Care Professionals, PC, the Chicago Dry Eye Center of Excellence, and the Chicago Scleral Lens Center of Excellence. Her clinical passion lies in ocular surface disease, specialty contact lens care and autoimmune disease awareness. She has been honored with the 2012 ICO Humanitarian of the Year Award, the 2015 Cooper Best Practices Award and, most recently, the 2016 Anne McGlone Burke Award for her commitment to inclusion and special needs.
Dr. Stephanie L. Woo was born and raised in Lake Havasu City, AZ. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Arizona and with honors from the Southern California College of Optometry. She completed a Cornea and Contact Lens Residency at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, where she was trained to fit highly irregular corneas. Dr. Woo is the only Cornea/Contact lens residency trained optometrist in a 200 mile radius. She was the recipient of the Gas Permeable Lens Institute Award for Clinical Excellence and also the John R. Griffin Award for Excellence in Vision Therapy. Dr. Woo is a Fellow of both the American Academy of Optometry and Scleral Lens Society. She has authored several columns and articles for Contact Lens and Cornea subjects. Dr. Woo currently serves as a Gas Permeable Lens Institute advisory board member and Vice President of the Scleral Lens Society. Dr. Woo enjoys lecturing around the world on the subject of contact lenses and anterior segment disease.