The company is honored celebrate the remarkable contributions of four of its longest-serving employees.
Like the chicest sidewalk sign you ever did see and a product to help your patients with their contact lens replacement compliance.
AOA campaign aims to educate doctors, retailers and consumers on proper contact lens usage ahead of spooky season.
GSLS travel grant winner, Riley Parker, and the impact of specialty lenses on a double corneal transplant patient.
AOA advocates for patient safety and offers resources to support members.
Social media graphics and animations help communicate healthy, comfortable Contact lens wear-and-care steps; ideal for back-to-school patient visits.
More than 80 ODs Participated in Cutting-Edge Education and Career Guidance Seminars at the Third Annual Event.
CooperVision’s packaging and distribution center received additional innovation credits for its exemplary performance regarding diverting waste from landfills, as well as its organic composting program.
New York City eyecare startup has come out with monthly contact lenses that cost a fraction of some brand names.
The 9021-oh, no star’s corneal ulcer and improper contact lens care made the celebrity tabloid rounds this week.
A 21-year-old Florida college student is the latest example of why you shouldn’t take a nap while wearing contacts.
A common parasite found in tap water made a home for itself in Marie Mason’s left eye. She had to have it removed.
New short-form video series from Contact Lens Institute promotes important health and safety habits for contact wearers.
Mojo Vision CEO becomes first person to wear fully functional prototype
“The data revealed that there is a great opportunity for the eye care community to increase consumer knowledge and build trust.”
Diverse group offers insights to promote contact lens benefits, healthy wear and care habits.
They found 26,477 pairs of undeclared or misdeclared decorative lenses.
It's called "31 in 31" and runs throughout October.
Cutting edge materials, better moisture retention and increased comfort mean the market could reach more than $3 billion this year.
The growing incidence of vision disorders is a key factor in the growth.
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