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SynergEyes In Focus Blog

At SynergEyes, we pride ourselves in delivering contact lens products that improve vision and ultimately enhance the quality of everyday life.

This blog is geared towards practitioners to highlight case studies from your peers and covers topics such as fitting & troubleshooting, as well helpful articles on practice management and the handling and care of SynergEyes lenses like Duette and UltraHealth.

Contact Lens Options for Keratoconus Continue to Expand. Today Keratoconus ≠ Rigid Corneal Lenses!

By S. Barry Eiden, OD, FAAO

For many years most practitioners promoted the concept that virtually all patients who suffered from keratoconus would require contact lens correction utilizing rigid corneal lenses.

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Three Ways to Fit UltraHealth: Diagnostic Fitting, Optic Section and OCT

By Jeffrey Sonsino, O.D., F.A.A.O.

This month marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of UltraHealth contact lens and thousands of patients are now benefitting from the vision, comfort and eye health that UltraHealth offers.

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The Importance of Tear Exchange in Contact Lenses

By Jeffrey Sonsino, O.D., F.A.A.O.

It is well established that good tear exchange under a contact lens can help prevent microbial keratitis, CLARE, and lens-induced corneal edema.1-5 It makes sense from a physiologic perspective. If you have stasis under a lens, byproducts from normal corneal metabolism accumulate in the post-lens tear reservoir.

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OD Wire Webinar: UltraHealth, The Newest Hybrid Contact Lens

In this webinar, Dr. Jeffrey Sonsino talks about the new UltraHealth Hybrid Contact Lens, and how he uses it as an alternative to GP's and sclerals.

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UltraHealth Lens Means More Options for Difficult Fits

In Oklahoma, Denise Roddy, OD, of Tulsa, is known for her expertise in fitting specialty contact lenses. “Most patients referred to me have failed elsewhere,” Dr. Roddy says of the patients she receives from other corneal specialists including other ODs as well as MDs. Some patients, like one particular retired nurse educator whom Dr. Roddy saw recently, travel more than 100 miles for her care.

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