The ocular surface encompasses not only the cornea, but the all-important supporting conjunctiva that is divided into the bulbar, limbal, palpebral, forneaceal, and marginal zones.
In the past when you thought of Jennifer Aniston, the girl-next-door character Rachel from Friends would come to mind.
A day in the life of a female patient provides clues that can help
There are four reasons to opt for a compounding pharmacy instead of reach for your Rx pad: strength, form, ingredients, and function.
With the exponential increase of interest in dry eye or ocular surface disease (OSD) among physicians and the industry, we are fortunate to have access to exciting new diagnostic and imaging technology as well as new treatment options and therapeutics for some of our most frustrated patients.
Dr. Scott Schachter offers advice on how to better manage non-symptomatic dry eye patients and encourage them to comply with your treatment plan
Adding this technology can improve your diagnosis and better educate your patients
Contact lens wearers are dropping out for comfort and vision reasons. Contact lenses can be considered a significant cause of these symptoms if they contribute to an unstable tear film or trigger inflammatory reactions.