June 10, 2021

Recently, a Frenchman who was blind for more than 40 years experienced a partial return of his vision as a result of gene therapy. This was a breakthrough (the first successful display) in optogenetic therapy. His recovered sight shows that vision care is pushing the envelope with treatments for the blind. At the same time,

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June 8, 2021

Contact lenses have changed from the bulky rigid plastics of the 1940s into the soft silicon inserts we use today. This change initially came slowly over many decades. Contacts then changed with improving materials and water contents until they were exactly right. However, the latest trends in contact lenses have not just continued with this

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June 3, 2021

As surgeries, tests and even visits with eye doctors have risen in price, patients have had to continually turn to insurance companies to be able to afford eye care. Insurance companies have decided that managed eye care is the best way to control costs. But how has managed care impacted the relationship between doctors and

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May 27, 2021

Vision correction has been experimenting with online tests and remote screenings for over a decade. However, after a series of lockdowns, it has become a necessity rather than a luxury for providers like you to see your patients. Indeed, telemedicine in Oklahoma and other states are offering different solutions for refractions, using laptops and phones

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May 25, 2021

Work, children, school and activities can make a person feel pressed for time and life feel hectic. People might think it’s easier to just pop into a local eyeglass store to see if they need glasses, rather than make an appointment with an eye doctor in OKC and taking the time to get a comprehensive

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