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  1. Managing Myopia: Control Clinics in ANZ...

    Dr. Pauline Kang and Kathleen Watt | 29 November 2017

    A dedicated Clinic at University of New South Wales, co-managing the vision of many progressive myopes with referring optometrists, is achieving impressive results. Case Study In March 2016, an 11 year-old Caucasian male was referred to the University of New... Read More

  2. Atropine – Efficacy & Possible Mechanisms for ...

    Dr. Safal Khanal and Dr. Philip Turnbull | 29 November 2017

    There is increasing evidence to warrant atropine’s use for myopia control, however more research is needed to fully understand its exact mechanism. =A large number of investigative studies, relating to the efficacy and possible mechanisms of myopia... Read More

  3. Myopia Control – Let’s Make It Personal!

    Amanda Rungis | 27 October 2017

    Orthokeratology has enormous potential to prevent vision loss caused by myopia. So, why aren’t all optometrists recommending orthoK or another form of  myopia control? Have you ever had a moment that changed the course of your professional life?... Read More

  4. Why Emerald for OrthoK?

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    Emerald takes the guesswork out of OrthoK by delivering consistent, predictable results, time after time. According to ACL, this system has been used successfully on over half a million eyes, achieving a remarkable 85 per cent first-fit* success rate with... Read More

  5. Menicon Z Night

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    Menicon Z Night lenses for orthokeratology are designed to correct myopia for patients with up to -5.75D sphere and -1.75D of astigmatism. These lenses are fit using Easyfit proprietary software, which links directly with the topographer and is provided to... Read More

  6. Menicon Z Night

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    Menicon Z Night lenses for orthokeratology are designed to correct myopia for patients with up to -5.75D sphere and -1.75D of astigmatism. These lenses are fit using Easyfit proprietary software, which links directly with the topographer and is provided to... Read More

  7. Aosept Plus with HydraGlyde

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    Often your OrthoK patients demand more than a multipurpose solution due to excessive deposits, solution-related allergies, and reduced comfort or compliance issues. Aosept Plus with HydraGlyde contains no added preservatives and is an easy one-step system (no ... Read More

  8. Demystifying Presbyopia

    Helen Gleave | 28 July 2017

    Ageing Eyes Xplained is a new communication tool designed to help your presbyopic patients understand their eye condition and the options available for them. While correcting presbyopia may seem routine to optometrists, it can be a frustrating and... Read More

  9. Treating Floaters with YAG Laser Vitreolysis

    Dr. Con Moshegov | 26 June 2017

    There are many patients out there who are genuinely troubled by vitreous floaters, yet knowing the benign nature of this condition, optometrists and ophthalmologists tend to dismiss them without empathy. Taking the concerns of these patients seriously, and... Read More

  10. Mild Dry Eye Clinical Management

    Alan Saks | 26 March 2017

    Barely a day goes by when practitioners are not faced with patients suffering from dry eye symptoms. We take a look at some key management tips and techniques for obtaining the best possible resolution. Mild dry eye most commonly presents as signs and... Read More

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