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  1. Harnessing Technology for Better Outcomes in...

    Dr. Hamish Dunn & Dr. Ben Ashby | 28 February 2018

    With no community-wide screening program in place, Australia and New Zealand rely on opportunistic screening to increase detection and reduce progression of glaucoma. As the incidence of this ‘sneak thief of sight’ continues to escalate,... Read More

  2. Myopia? To Correct, Un-Correct or Under-Correct

    Dr. Paul Gifford | 29 November 2017

    Despite the many proponents of under-correcting myopia, there is little evidence to support this strategy. According to public information websites like endmyopia.org, optometrists are, by and large, charlatans only interested in funding their next... Read More

  3. ODMA 2017

    Melanie Kell | 29 May 2017

    Elon Musk, CEO and chief designer at SpaceX and co-founder of Tesla Motors and PayPal, once said “I think the single best piece of advice is to constantly think about how you could be doing things better and questioning yourself”.1 ODMA 2017 in... Read More

  4. Amblyopia Treatment in the 21st Century

    Alan Saks | 30 January 2017

    Amblyopia, known as ‘lazy eye’ to the majority of lay people, has been a major challenge for the past centuries. Although treatment of lazy eye goes back to the early 1700s, this doesn't mean we have to keep using ‘outmoded’ treatment... Read More

  5. Optima Intense Pulsed Light for Dry Eye

    Dr. Rolando Toyos | 25 November 2016

    When the United States Food and Drug Administration approved the Optima Intense Pulsed Light technology for medical treatments back in the ’90s, little did we know it would become a powerful treatment for the underlying causes of dry eye... Read More

  6. Ultra-widefield Imaging in Clinical Practice

    Dr. Neil Sharma and Dr. Ju-Lee Ooi | 27 July 2016

    Ultra-widefield imaging represents a significant development in the detection, evaluation, and documentation of posterior segment eye disease. It enables the acquisition of up to 200 degree panoramic images of the retina in various modalities, including... Read More

  7. Spectralis OCT: MultiColor Scanning Laser

    Prof. Sebastian Wolf | 28 September 2015

    MultiColor Scanning Laser Imaging is the new colour fundus imaging option for the Spectralis OCT family of products. It adds a new dimension to the multimodality imaging platform by combining simultaneous SD-OCT and selective colour fundus imaging.This... Read More

  8. Zeiss Precision Progressives for a Digitalised...

    Andrew Lin | 26 July 2015

    Digital devices have taken off. An extraordinary 81 per cent of all Australians now own at least one. Within the more mature age group, 69 per cent of 35 to 44-year-olds and 51 per cent of 45 to 64-year-olds are classified as ‘mobile... Read More

  9. Micro Labs Getting closer to your customer

    Melanie Kell | 26 May 2015

    An opportunity exists for local ophthalmic lens labs to differentiate themselves from global competitors by offering quality lenses, better client services and much faster delivery times. To ensure fast delivery times – ideally within less than 24 hours ... Read More

  10. Made in Australia Shaan takes on the Lens...

    Michelle Hauschild | 26 November 2014

    It has been a long road, but for the independent, family-owned – and proudly Australian – lens lab company Shaan, the process of updating its lens laboratory with world-class Satisloh equipment is finally complete For Shaan Managing Director Aaron ... Read More

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