In Focus Blog

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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.

How to Differentiate Your Practice

By Amy Hellem

You know you’re doing something right when you’re no longer surprised when a patient reaches out to hug you.

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How to Deliver Better Outcomes to Keratoconus Patients

By Amy Hellem

Patients who have keratoconus and other corneal irregularities present

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Tear Exchange in 2nd Generation Hybrid Lenses

By Roxana Hemmati, OD, Cornea and Contact Lens Fellow, University of Houston, Texas Eye Research and Technology Center

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The Image of a Specialty Lenses Doctor

By Amy Hellem

The days when patients dare not question a doctor’s authority are definitely behind us.

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The Tipping Point: When To Move Beyond Commodity

By Amy Hellem

Whether you’re fitting a specialty lens on an irregular cornea or putting a standard silicone hydrogel on a healthy, active teen,

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Why Flat Skirts are So Important in Determining the Correct Lens for UltraHealth

By James K. Kirchner, O.D.

For both UltraHealth and Clearkone, the fit (apical clearance) is determined for both lenses using a vault system. But the biggest difference between the two lens types, beyond the material composition, is the use of the skirts.

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The First Few Months with UltraHealth

By Jeffrey Sonsino, O.D., F.A.A.O., Vanderbilt Eye Institute

Shortly after UltraHealth was introduced, I became one of the top fitters of the lens in the U.S. We have a moderately busy keratoconus practice, seeing between 21-35 keratoconic patients per week among other complex anterior segment cases.

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