New evidence indicates that contact lens deposits are not as straightforward as we once thought. Download our research brief for an at-a-glance review of this new information. [ Read More ]
Rethinking contact lens deposits
Recent evidence suggests that protein and lipid deposits may not be as bad as we once thought. In this edition of Contact Lens Update, Lakshman Subbaraman explains the science behind this new way of thinking; Andrew Pucker reviews an article (Peng et al, 2015) describing an in vitro method of studying deposition that mimics tear film breakup during the blink, and Hendrik Walther‘s ARVO 2016 poster describes another novel in vitro eye-blink model. Download our research brief outlining what all of this means for your clinical practice!