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. Continue reading
Download our guide designed to help you talk to patients about extended wear! Continue reading
Download tips for conducting sports vision assessments in your own practice! Continue reading
Overwhelmed by the details of myopia control research? Download our one-page research brief outlining a range of myopia control interventions as well as the complexity, uncertainty and debate surrounding them. Continue reading
No time to sift through Jake Sivak’s editorial on the myopia epidemic? Download our research brief highlighting myopia prevalence worldwide.
Terms like wettability, lubricity, contact angle and coefficient of friction are often used in describing interactions between a contact lens and the eye. What do these terms mean and how do they relate to contact lens comfort? Continue reading
Clinical images: Lid wiper epitheliopathy, conjunctival flap, lid-parallel conjunctival folds and conjunctival indentation
The following slit-lamp videos and images collected at the Centre for Contact Lens Research highlight the clinical appearance of a series of contact lens-related conjunctival findings: lid wiper epitheliopathy, conjunctival flaps, lid-parallel conjunctival folds and conjunctival indentation. Continue reading
The Contact Lens Compendium (formerly Contact Lens Journal) is an up-to-date listing of contact lenses and solutions available in Canada. It is now available for free as a searchable online database for Canadian eye care professionals.
The Brien Holden Vision Institute grading scales is a photographic scale for a range of conditions which may occur during contact lens wear. An invaluable aid to contact lens practitioners and students, it assists in judging the severity of an … Continue reading
Could your office staff use a refresher course? Send them to Back to Basics for a technical training video series, developed by the International Association of Contact Lens Educators. Topics include toric lenses, presbyopia, complications and soft lens fitting.