Book review: Contact Lenses sixth edition

I approached the sixth edition of Contact Lenses by Anthony Phillips and Lynne Speedwell with enthusiasm as some years ago I was a student when the fifth...

Clinical pearls from GSLS 2019

Now in its eleventh year, the Global Speciality Lens Symposium (GSLS), held annually in Las Vegas, is a unique conference focused on enabling eye care...

The lie that is soft contact lens ‘fitting’

For anyone who has followed these specialty contact lens articles over time you will have noticed a conspicuous lack of mention of the dominant segment...

Non-ortho-k CL options for myopia control

Last year, I gave an account of my personal sob-story of rampant myopia and discussed how modern day orthokeratology (ortho-k) contact lenses can be modified...

Bandage Contact Lenses

As contact lens fitters, too often we find ourselves fixated over obtaining the very best visual results for our patients. These days we can specify a...

RGPs and corneal graft patients

Adjoining the consulting room of my specialty practice, Bay Eye Care, is an office shared by a clinical psychologist and a private psychiatrist. Fortunately,...

Ortho-k: tackling the epidemic

At the tender age of nine I developed a blinding eye disease. This bombshell was dropped on my world at my first eye examination in 1996. My optometrist...

Jurassic Park, CLs and a cataract

As the guest writer for this issue’s speciality contact lens forum, I thought I would tackle a problem I have encountered a few times and feel may become...

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