Kids, Teens & Contact Lenses
Contact lenses can make a big difference to a child's life and the motivating factors are similar to those for adults: cosmesis, sport, and improved visual function. But each of these factors is more likely to apply to a child than to an adult. The presentation will emphasise clinical relevance. In particular, throughout the talk the content will be related to the practitioner in the consulting room with the patient. Tips will be given for handling the child patient, and explaining the benefits of contact lenses and the essentials for safe wear to both child and parent.
CET Points: 1
Eyecare credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2020
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Contact lenses for children: an unmet need for the child and the practitioner
Contact lenses for children: an unmet need for the child and the practitioner Bruce Evans Filmed at Optrafair 2014
The Secret to Successful Multifocal Fitting - Preserving Binocularity
Jonathan Walker will explain the considerations and techniques which should be employed in the fitting of multifocal contact lenses, paying particular attention to sensory dominance and the maintenance of binocularity.