Putting the latest research on comfort into practice
A review of the most up to date research on contact lens comfort and advice on how to use the findings to enhance patient experience in practice. What can a practitioner learn from the research to help minimise drop out? What can they do differently to give the best advice on comfort to their patients? The talk will summarise current expert opinion on what drives comfort in contact lenses, covering the issue from the point of view of contact lens material properties to the ocular tissues themselves.
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