Are you recommending extended depth of focus contact lenses? Do you need to know more?
A free webinar will explore the optical principles, applications and fitting techniques for SEED 1dayPure Extended Depth of Focus (EDOF) contact lenses.
Presented by research optometrist and SEED group Clinical Director Lynn White, the one hour webinar will offer insights into how optometrists can integrate SEED 1dayPure EDOF CLs into clinical practice. 1.5 CPD hours have been accredited through Optometry Australia IoE Quality Assurance.
While EDOF optics have been successfully applied to intraocular lens designs for some time to elongate depth of focus, until recently, the same technology had not been applied to contact lenses.
Now soft contact lenses with EDOF optics are available for commercial use, providing presbyopic patients with clearer vision over distance, intermediate and near. Additionally, this innovative technology has the potential to manage other visual conditions.
the one hour webinar will offer insights into how optometrists can integrate SEED 1dayPure EDOF CLs into clinical practice
Short, Sharp Sessions
The webinar will be presented in three 20 minute parts:
- A recap on SEED 1dayPure EDOF theory
- How non-monotonic power profiles differ from multifocal optics
- How Extending Depth of Focus works
- Pre-presbyopia and visual stress (Off-label)
- Myopia management (Off-label)
- Fitting and case studies
- Fitting guide walk-through
- Tips and tricks
- Anecdotal findings
- SEED 1dayPure EDOF CLs as a practice builder
- SEED 1dayPure EDOF as a clinical problem solver
- Building your business with SEED 1dayPure EDOF
About the Speaker
Lynn White MSc FCOptom is a research optometrist working in contact lens design and development. In the past, she ran her own practices in Manchester for 20 years before moving to Trinidad for three years in 2002.
Back in the UK, she became a consultant to UltraVision, specialising in keratoconus and irregular corneas and developing the KeraSoft range of soft contact lenses. During this time, she also ran a dedicated irregular cornea practice in London.
In 2013, she joined UltraVision, now part of the SEED group, full time as Clinical Director and lectures internationally as well as continuing with contact lens R&D. As Clinical Director, she worked with the University of Liverpool Biomechanical Engineering Group in an Innovate UK project to develop a computer modelling system to show how soft lenses fit on eye.
Registration is essential to attend this free webinar. Find out more or register here.