Let’s face it. Patients often complain about their vision with the standard, currently available, off-the-shelf soft multifocals. Why? Decentration is often the culprit in soft lenses, but sometimes it is simply the “mushy” optics of soft lenses. Until something better comes along, our patients have been just silently suffering.
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.
The SynergEyes team participated in the 2019 Global Specialty Lens Symposium where over 1,000 eye care professionals gathered to discuss and share the latest information on specialty contact lenses. SynergEyes held a series of workshops highlighting the company’s 2019 Innovative Products for Contact Lens Specialists.
By Louise Sclafani, OD
Myopia is a growing epidemic and practitioners are searching for options to slow myopia progression. Multifocal contact lenses offer young patients visual freedom from their spectacles while keeping myopic creep in check. Indeed, progression control is commonly achieved with center-distance designed multifocal contact lenses.
By Amy Hellem
SynergEyes has long been known as a hybrid specialty contact lens company, but after discovering a truly unique scleral lens
Your staff is one of the most vital touch-points in your practice. Here are five insights into staff training for specialty contact lenses.
By Amy Hellem
If there’s one thing that all specialty lens doctors agree on, it is this: Your staff is one of the most vital touch-points
By John Rumpakis, OD, MBA
Contact lenses, a fundamental part of virtually every optometric practice, are also a hotbed of frustration for many
Industry expert, Clarke Newman, OD shares his advice on billing and coding of medically necessary contact lenses