Contact lenses

Many people suffering from hypertension don’t even know they have a problem. But in the right setting, writes Léa Surugue, Optometrists can be part of the solution.

Podcast: We talk to Dr Susie Jones MCOptom, about her top tips for optometrists thinking about offering myopia management, advice on managing patients’ expectations, and much more.

John Windell asks whether more practices should consider adding the specially designed night-time RGP lenses to their portfolios.

In each issue, Acuity poses a topical question to a panel of members.

The College's Clinical Adviser, Daniel Hardiman-McCartney FCOptom provides advice for contact lens wearers.

How do you incorporate occasional wear contact lenses into your everyday practice this summer? Kathy Oxtoby reports on how to introduce the concept to your patients, and the benefits this can bring for them and for your business.

The College has issued the below statement in response to the ruling that iSpyEyes advertisements for coloured contacted lenses have been banned from Instagram.

The clinical figures that count.

A panel of College members grapple with a controversial question.

Contact lens usage now and in the past

The three main rigid gas-permeable contact lens-fitting philosophies used for keratoconus: apical touch, apical clearance and three-point touch.