[optinlocker] Dear DryEyeCoach Team, Dr. Jade Coats decided to “kick it up” in her practice when it came to dry eye disease. She found education of both staff and patients is one of the keys to her practice’s success. Read more about how Dr. Coats finds education to be one of […]
At the Dry Eye Coach Podcast, we recently sat down with pioneering expert Neel R. Desai, MD, to discuss his views on dry eye’s present and future. Dr. Desai is the Director of Cornea, Cataract, and Refractive Surgery at the Eye Institute of West Florida, Founder and Director of the Dry Eye Center of […]
[optinlocker] Dry eye often sits on the back burner of a busy medical-oriented optometry/ophthalmology practice like mine. Glaucoma and proliferative diabetic retinopathy dwarf seemingly smaller issues like ocular surface disease, right? Not if, like me, you’ve had a patient tell you that you saved their life by treating her dry eye. Dry eye […]
The classical thinking in categorizing dry eye patients according to the underlying etiology suggests that patients may be suffering either because of a lack of quality in their tears or a decreased number of tears. More recently, though, we have come to appreciate dry eye as a continuum, and while evaporative or aqueous deficient elements […]
In this video, Dr. Melissa Barnett explains how to prepare dry eye for contact lenses, with a focus on regular cornea patients.