Wednesday, May 15th - Boot Camp Part 1


Start this Agenda Overview video to hear a complete deep dive into the lectures for both Wednesday and Thursday Boot Camp.

Ortho-K Boot Camp for Newcomers - Part 1

(3.5 Hours of Continuing Education)

Moderator: Thomas J. Weshefsky, OD, FIAOMC

8:00 am - 12:00 pm 

Registration - You can pick up your badge anytime before session starts - session begins at 12:00 pm

* Please Note - Breakfast and Lunch are not included with registration Wednesday. 

12:00 pm - 12:50 pm

The Ortho-K Lens:  How and Why It Works 

Thomas Weshefsky, OD, FIAOMC

The practice of Orthokeratology has advanced rapidly since the introduction of the modern reverse geometry lens. Throughout this lecture we will review the anatomy of modern reverse geometry lens designs and the influence of the various components on corneal topography and optics.

12:50 pm - 1:40 pm

Fitting the Ortho-K Lens Part 1 - Getting Started 

Matthew Martin, OD, FIAOMC

Learn about Ortho-K specific equipment required, candidate selection, data to collect and schedule integration.

Fitting the Ortho-K Lens Part 2 - Lens On The Eye

 Matthew Martin, OD, FIAOMC

How will you fit your lenses, thru trial fitting, topography-based design or the empirical method? Learn how to use NAFL and other data to evaluate the fit.

1:40 pm - 2:05 pm

The Ortho-K Contract: Protect Yourself, Protect Your Patient 

Khanh-Linh Dang, OD, FIAOMC

A well designed informed consent contract is essential to the Ortho-K treatment process.  It insures that your patient understands all of the details as well as their role in the fitting process. 

2:05 pm - 2:30 pm

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Break - Sponsored by the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control

2:30 pm - 3:20 pm

The Box: Jump Out of it, Stomp on it and Kick it Down the Stairs! 

Robert Gerowitz, OD, FIAOMC

The Box is designed to get attendees to think about Ortho-K differently and see that by adding this important specialty to their practices they can improve their patients’ lives and their practices at the same time. 

3:20 pm - 5:00 pm

Manufacturer Presentations 

Five leading Ortho-K Gold and Platinum sponsors will have the opportunity to introduce you to their Ortho-K mold.  You will learn how their particular molds are fit, what are the parameters, how to order, what are the benefits to using their product, how to access support and other important details.  You will hear from Paragon CRT, Euclid Emerald , Wave Contact Lens System, Eyespace Forge and Contex OKlens.

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Nibbles & Knowledge - *(For Boot Camp OD Attendees only)

By popular demand we have created a unique learning experience for our Boot Camp doctors.  At 5 PM you will adjourn to a perfect hands-on learning environment.  Six leading manufacturers of Ortho-K molds and myopia controlling lenses and two topographer companies have joined together to provide you with 2-hours of  personal instruction.  You choose who you want to visit and when.  Visit only one or all 8.  Stay for a few minutes or for the full 2-hours.  The mold/lens representatives will have will be ready to give you a hands-on fitting experience.  Both Medmont and Oculus will be bringing two instruments each so everyone will have the opportunity take maps.  The team of reps will also show us how to utilize their software to interpret the data you have just collected - for example, how do you toggle between axial, tangential, elevation, difference maps.  Food & Beverage will be included.

Our sponsors are:  Paragon, Euclid, Wave, Contex, Eyespace, VTI (Natural Vue), Medmont and Oculus.  

Thursday, May 16th - Boot Camp Part 2


Start this Agenda Overview video to hear a complete deep dive into the lectures for both Wednesday and Thursday Boot Camp.

Ortho-K Boot Camp for Newcomers - Part 2

(6.5 Hours of Continuing Education)

Moderator:  Caroline Guerrero Cauchi, OD, FIAOMC

6:30 am - 8:00 am

Registration and Breakfast  

7:00 am - 7:30 am - Breakfast Seminar


Myopia management is NOT about stopping a kid’s glasses from getting stronger

Speakers: Gary Gerber, OD and Kevin Chan, OD

7:30 am - 8:00 am - Breakfast Seminar


Bausch + Lomb’s Commitment to Eye Care

Speaker: Patrick Marsalek

8:00 am - 8:30 am

Medmont Highlights


Most newcomers to Ortho-K and myopia control do not own a topographer.  Trying to decide which one to purchase is daunting.  Learn about all the features the Medmont topographer has to offer.

8:30 am - 9:00 am

Oculus Keratograph Highlights

Jason Jedlicka, OD, FAAO, FSLS, FCLSA

Hear about the unique features that the Oculus Keratograph has to offer.   You can’t go wrong with either topographer, it just depends which “bells and whistles” you value.

9:00 am - 9:25 am

Corneal Topography:  How to Capture Terrific, Useful Images  


This course will describe the corneal topography capture process and the considerations necessary to acquire good quality images. Orthok lenses require a degree of accuracy that most other contact lenses do not. How do we capture micron accurate images and of as much of the corneal surface as possible. Additionally, what do we look for once the images are taken? How do you determine a good from bad topography?

9:25 am - 10:15 am

Corneal Topography:  An Essential Orthokeratology Tool - Pre and Post Treatment


Corneal topography is critical to the orthokeratology fitting process prior to fitting to determine candidacy and the initial lens parameters. Then its key to the assessment of the corneal changes and success of treatment. This course will discuss the various ways we use the instrument throughout the orthokeratology treatment. The various interpretations of corneal shape, power and elevation will be reviewed and heavy emphasis will be placed on the post treatment analysis and fit optimization.  

10:15 am - 10:35 am


Break  - Sponsored by Paragon Vision Sciences

10:35 am - 11:00 am

Topography EyeQ

Jason Jedlicka, OD, FAAO, FSLS, FCLSA

This course will present corneal topography maps from an assortment or various corneal conditions and presentations.  The audience will be polled to determine the consensus of the underlying condition then the case will be presented and discussed. 

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Topography Q + A Panel Discussion  

Jason Jedlicka, OD, FAAO, FSLS, FCLSA Randy Kojima, FAAO, FBCLA, FSLS, FIAO, Matthew Martin, OD, FIAOMC

Topography is essential to the design and outcome of Ortho-K.  After this morning’s lectures you are bound to have questions.  This panel of experts will be there to answer every question you have.  This will be an interactive session, so don’t be shy – there are no silly questions.

11:25 am - 11:50 am

Myopia Control Protocol Part 1

Thomas Weshefsky, OD, FIAOMC

The myopia epidemic is serious.  Learn about its prevalence and increase world-wide.  The physical, social and emotional impact on patients will be discussed.  

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


Lunch in the Exhibit Hall - Sponsored by Paragon Vision Sciences

1:30 pm - 2:20 pm

Myopia Control Protocol Part 2

Thomas Weshefsky, OD, FIAOMC

Learn how to integrate myopia control procedures into your examination. Control methods using lenses, behavioral and environmental changes and pharmaceuticals will be detailed.

2:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Troubleshooting the Orthokeratology Fit

Caroline Guerrero Cauchi, OD, FIAOMC and Matthew Martin, OD, FIAOMC

This lecture will teach basic OrthoK troubleshooting. It will cover how to recognize mold decentration, over and under treatment, central islands, SPK and then how to modify the mold design to produce a better outcome.  

3:10 pm - 3:35 pm


Break - Sponsored by iMatrix

3:35 pm - 4:00 pm

Ortho-K Eye-Q

Caroline Guerrero Cauchi, OD, FIAOMC and Matthew Martin, OD, FIAOMC

Attendees will test their newly acquired OrthoK and myopia control knowledge with a rapid fire series of cases.  Challenging questions will be presented and the correct and incorrect answers will be discussed. 

4:00 pm - 4:50 pm

Integrating Orthokeratology for Dummies 

Nick Despotidis, OD, FIAOMC, FAAO, FCOVD

Orthokeratology is not a contact lens fit; treating it as such can have negative effects on your practice and ultimately lead to frustration.  Lean the intricacies of integrating this powerful service into your practice, optimizing your efforts and overall practice fulfillment.

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Welcome Reception Cocktails and Hors d'Oeuvres in the Exhibit Hall  - Sponsored by Paragon Vision Sciences

Thursday, May 16th - Additional Workshops

Thursday, May 16th - Myopia Management Symposium

Myopia Management Symposium
(Pre-Conference Session)

(3.5 Hours of Continuing Education)

Moderator:  Dr Langis Michaud optométriste, M.Sc. FAAO (Dipl)

2:00 pm - 2:25 pm

What Do You Need In Your Practice To Manage Myopia Successfully?  

Andrew Morgenstern, OD, FAAO, FNAP

A real-life scenario lecture where we explore the basic information practitioners need to understand about myopia control. Discussion will also include what kind of instrumentation, setting, staff training, documents, parents’ information, etc. practitioners need to start/upgrade their myopia control clinic.  

2:25 pm - 3:15 pm

The Montreal Experience: A Look At What Is Working, What Is Not Working, For Whom and When?

Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO, FBCLA

Nowadays, myopia should not be considered as a simple refractive error but more likely as a loss of emmetropization process occurring early in life. When myopia evolves, it may become a significant risk factor for developing ocular pathology such as retinal detachment, choroidal neovascularization and glaucoma. This lecture aims to review the basic principles (3 pillars: binocular vision, environment, control of optical defocus) behind the current strategies used clinically to manage myopia. From a retrospective study made at University of Montreal, on over 450 files of patients followed for up to 2 years in average, author will demonstrate which strategy is most effective, based on several populations (low-moderate-high myopes), ethnical origins (Asian vs Caucasian) and gender (male/female).  Customization of orthokeratology lenses and soft lens designs will be also covered, with emphasis on the improved outcome coming from this approach.

3:15 pm - 4:05 pm

My Best Cases: A Myopia Control Grand Round

Andrew Morgenstern, OD, FAAO, FNAP & Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO, FBCLA

Each speaker will briefly present reports of their best cases and will explore how we can manage the most challenging patients.

4:05 pm - 4:55 pm

The Business of Myopia Control Business

Alan Glazier, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO

This presentation will teach tools and strategies to build and execute a successful myopia control specialty.

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Welcome Reception Cocktails and Hors d'Oeuvres in the Exhibit Hall - Sponsored by Paragon Vision Sciences

Friday, May 17th - General Session Day 1

VBD Main Session - Day 1

(7 Hours of Continuing Education)

6:30 am - 8:00 am

Registration and Breakfast 

7:00 am - 7:30 am - Breakfast Seminar


Maximizing Myopia Success with Euclid Toric

Speaker: Sheila Morrison, OD, MS

7:30 am - 8:00 am

Opening Remarks 

Scientific Session - Part 1 (8:00 am - 12:05 pm)

Moderator:  Sami El Hage, OD, PhD, DSc, FIAOMC

8:00 am - 8:50 am

Biomechanics of the Cornea

Cynthia Roberts, PhD

The corneal is a viscoelastic structure with a time-dependent response to an air puff load which can provide clinical information about not only the intraocular pressure (IOP), but also the stiffness of the response.  Two clinical instruments will be described for the assessment of the biomechanical deformation response.  Basic biomechanical concepts will be presented, including the structure of the cornea and how that is altered by LASER refractive surgery, the presence of keratoconus, and the effect of a crosslinking procedure.  The importance of corneal biomechanics on the measurement of IOP will be explained.  Current literature regarding the source of the refractive effect of Orthokeratology will be reviewed, including the stromal and epithelial response. 

8:50 am - 9:40 am

Observations Relevant to Treatment Strategies for Myopia

Earl L. Smith III, OD, PhD 

This presentation will show that refractive development is regulated by visual feedback and review the applicability of the animal results to human refractive development and the results of recent clinical trials.

9:40 am - 10:25 am

The Analysis and Practice of National Strategy of Student Myopia Control

Lu Fan, MD, OD

This course is an introduction to myopia control as a part of national work plan, launched by the China central government, describing what it is and how it will be expected to improve the work in the field of myopia control. The course also covers the specific student myopia screening program that gradually becomes An Approach. It's a well-recognized practice featuring a complete operation of 22.5 seconds on average and a fully E-enabled record database. This approach will lead to the possibility, accessibility and traceability of the national myopia control work plan.

10:25 am - 10:45 am


Break - Sponsored By CooperVision Specialty Eye Care Division

10:45 am - 11:05 am

Corneal Crosslinking (CXL)

Ahmad Kheirkhah, MD       

This lecture will discuss several corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL) treatment options, including various study results and additional uses for such treatments.

11:05 am - 11:25 am

Sutureless Techniques for Pterygium Removal with Graft  

Michelle Rhee, MD 

The audience will be updated on the latest sutureless technique for pterygium excision with conjunctival autograft using fibrin glue.

11:25 am - 12:00 pm

Present and Future Applications of Crosslinking

Alexandra Nicklin, OD

To review the role of the current FDA approved crosslinking protocol in the treatment for progressive keratoconus and corneal ectasia following refractive surgery.  Followed by a review of study data evaluating high-dose & high-irradiance, transepithelial cross-linking treatments on cynomolgus monkey eyes and human eyes using a supplemental oxygen delivery system.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Lunch in the Exhibit Hall - Sponsored by CooperVision Specialty Eye Care Division.

2:00 pm - 2:25 pm

Keynote: The State of Vision Care and the Role of Myopia Control

Nick Despotidis, OD, FIAOMC, FAAO, FCOVD

Entrants into healthcare such as goliaths Amazon and CVS-Aetna are positioning to disrupt the way providers deliver care to their patients.  Major players within vision care like Essilor-Luxottica, are consolidating to optimize profitability through efficiencies, while companies specifically founded to deliver “telemedicine” to fulfill some patient’s desire for convenience. This course will identify how healthcare providers can take advantage of these developments to prosper, using myopia management as one such example

2:25 pm - 3:15 pm

Advances in Treatment Strategies for Myopia Control - What the Clinician Needs to Know

Randy Kojima, FAAO, FBCLA, FSLS, FIAOMC & Patrick Caroline, FAAO, FCLSA, FIAOMC

When faced with a young progressing myopic child, we have numerous interventions we might consider. When would we consider atropine? When would we consider soft multifocal lenses? When would we consider orthokeratology? How do each of these work? This course will discuss the approach to myopia control in kids today.

3:15 pm - 3:40 pm

Small Vs. Large Treatment Zones in Ortho-K

Randy Kojima, FAAO, FBCLA, FSLS, FIAOMC & Patrick Caroline, FAAO, FCLSA, FIAOMC

When we fit orthokeratology lenses, the goal of treatment is to produce the topographical bulls-eye. This centered outcome generally ensures quality vision and is believed to be the optimal myopia control shape. However, can we slow down eye growth even more by controlling the treatment zone size? This course will discuss why we would consider it and how we do.

3:40 pm - 4:05 pm

What Decentration is a Problem in Ortho-K?

Randy Kojima, FAAO, FBCLA, FSLS, FIAOMC & Patrick Caroline, FAAO, FCLSA, FIAOMC

A perfectly centered orthokeratology outcome is more the exception than the common finding. Some decentration of the treatment zone usually exists. Is this a problem? Is the myopia control outcome better or worse with decentered treatment zones? This course will discuss how we attempt to improve lens centration and whether a decentered outcome is good or bad for myopia control in kids.

4:05 pm - 4:25 pm


Break - Sponsored by iMatrix

4:25 pm - 4:50 pm

Atropine Use in Myopia Treatment

Jeffrey Cooper, MS, OD, FAAO, FCOVD

This course will review the clinical literature of the use of both high and normal concentrations in the treatment of myopia. It will review short term, long term use risks and benefits and combination effects.

4:50 pm - 5:00 pm

Awards Ceremony

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Evening Reception Cocktails and Hors d'Oeuvres in the Exhibit Hall - Sponsored by The America Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control

Saturday, May 18th - General Session Day 2

VBD Main Session - Day 2

(6.5 Hours of Continuing Education)

6:30 am - 8:00 am

Registration and Breakfast 

7:00 am - 7:30 am - Breakfast Seminar


Corneal Topography in the Contemporary Orthokeratology Practice 

Speaker: Pat Caroline, FAAO, FCLSA, FIAOMC

7:30 - 8:00 - Breakfast Seminar


Integrating Myopia Management in Your Practice

Speaker: Maria Walker, OD, MS, FAAO, FSLS

For many practitioners, integrating myopia management into their practices is a process that comes with special nuances and questions. Dr. Maria Walker will share her knowledge and experience on this critically important topic.

8:00 am - 8:10 am

Platinum Sponsor Remarks

8:10 am - 9:00 am

Axial Length in Myopia Control – How to Measure, What Does it Mean?

Thomas Aller, OD, FBCLA

This lecture will describe the principles behind axial length measurement, advantages and disadvantages of various technologies, why its measurement is helpful in active myopia management and how to properly evaluate changes in axial length over time.

9:00 am - 9:50 am

Ortho-K 401 (Advanced Track)

Marino Formenti, OD, FIAOMC

The lecture will discuss the characteristics and properties of the Orthokeratology lens. The attendee will be able to understand the design and change of the parameters for effective treatment in case of astigmatism, presbyopia and myopia control.

Ortho-K 201 (Intermediate Track)

Cary Herzberg, OD, FIAOMC

Have you ever felt that you knew just enough to be dangerous?!! Well this course may be for you. Structured to walk inexperienced fitters through some of the pitfalls involving fitting OK lenses especially when it involves more complex refractive conditions and the corneas they come with. It's ideal for those who have their first ten cases under their belt but are wondering where do I go from here. Concepts discussed are what the 80/20 rule is and why do some cases that appear routine become anything but. Included are examples of how to manipulate the lens fit for optimizing results especially when they are anything but. This course will cover basic concepts but also apply them as well to advanced fitting concepts of modern corneal reshaping.  Experienced fitters need not attend.

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Manufacturers Seminars

Attendees choose which seminar they want to attend in each time slot.

For more information about these seminars CLICK HERE

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Lunch in the Exhibit Hall - Sponsored by The American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control

2:00 pm - 2:15 pm

FIAOMC Honored & Announced

2:15 pm - 3:05 pm

How to Get Mom to Say "Yes" to Myopia Management (and it's not what you think)!

Gary Gerber, OD

“Myopia” means different things to doctors, young kids, and their parents.  Getting parents to agree to this important treatment requires careful and well thought out analysis of every aspect of your practice.  What may appear to doctors as a seemingly small and inconsequential comment or office process, will make the difference to kids getting necessary treatment or having their myopia continually progress.

3:05 pm - 3:30 pm

I Can Offer More in Myopia Management Practice

Oliver Woo, FIAOMC

This course asks the question - Is Orthokeratology the ONLY option we offered in our practice to myopia management nowadays? It will also discuss experience in using different options available in the globe to manage myopia (those not available in USA and Europe), preliminary studies result in each option, and something that OrthoK can offer which we won’t think of.

3:30 pm - 3:45 pm

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Break - Sponsored by the American Academy of Orthokeratology And Myopia Control

3:45 pm - 4:35 pm

Soft Contact Lenses for Myopia Management: A Power Profiles Review and Analysis  

Jaume Paune, OD, MVSC, PhD, FIAOMC

This lecture will cover the current knowledge about soft contact lenses for myopia control doing and analysis of the location and amount of plus power of each lens

4:35 pm - 5:00 pm

A Novel Device to Monitor Individual Visual Hygiene for Myopia Control

Helen Changmin Duan, OD, MD, MS, FIAOMC

A novel, light, and convenient devise hooked on the temple of spectacles will collect and transfer the data considered to be risk factors for myopia on set and progression. The individual and on mass data collected for analyses includes posture of reading and writing, time and duration of near work, outdoor light exposure, frequency of warnings for poor posture, excessive near work, etc. The parents can monitor visual hygiene closely. The children are reminded and warned by a vibration signal when bad posture is detected or excessive near work reaches its designated limit. A meta-analysis will be performed when enough data is collected from China and other countries in the world for the analyses of contributing risk factors to the myopia epidemic, according to a recent research group report.

5:00 pm - 5:50 pm

Orthokeratology, Legal Considerations

Craig S. Steinberg, OD, JD

Orthokeratology and myopia control offer many opportunities for the modern eye care practitioner. But they are also fields that require a level of outside the box thinking and creativity in how to best utilize currently available products and materials to obtain the desired results. That means off-label uses, marketing based on anecdotal evidence, and dealing with skeptics. In today’s litigious society, it is essential that practitioners of myopia control have a thorough understanding of their legal exposure and how to best ensure that are protected from unfounded claims. This lecture is an overview of the legal issues, risks, and exposures unique to orthokeratology and myopia control raises and will provide insights and recommendations on how to minimize or avoid legal risks.

5:50 pm - 6:15 pm

The Effect of Visual Function Variations on Blur Sensitivity in Children After Applying Orthokeratology

Jingling Xu, MD, PhD

As one of the main methods to control myopia progression, Orthokeratology is increasingly applied in clinical practice, especially in myopic children. Studies have shown that although the naked visual acuity could be raised to a normal level after wearing overnight orthokeratology lenses, the visual quality was significantly reduced. Does this decline in visual quality affect children's perception of blur? The aim of this study was to investigate if the variation of visual functions would affect the blur sensitivity in children wearing orthokeratology lenses.

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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AAOMC Membership Meeting

Sunday, May 19th - General Session Day 3

VBD Main Session - Day 3

(4.5 Hours of Continuing Education)

7:00 am - 8:00 am

Registration and Breakfast

8:00 am - 8:25 am

Ortho-K and Culturally Specific Tips

Monica Allison, OD, FIAOMC, MBA

The world is filled with people of different cultures.  They have unique needs, experiences, concerns, practices, expressions, behaviors and languages.  When presenting myopia control options you need to be sensitive to these differences and customize your approach.  Learn valuable tips that will help your patients (especially Asian) embrace myopia control.

8:25 am - 8:50 am

How to Present or Defend Myopia Control and It’s Options to Ophthalmology

Jeff Ward, OD, FIAOMC

Let’s face it, many of our ophthalmology brother and sisters have come to support us, but many more still harbor misconceptions about optometry, Ortho-K and myopia control.    Learn how to educate and diffuse these concerns.

Scleral Sunday Session

Moderator:  Dr Langis Michaud optométriste, M.Sc. FAAO (Dipl)

8:50 am - 9:15 am

New Findings, New Research and New Terminology: Where is the Science?

Michael Lipson, OD, FAAO, FSLS

This lecture aims to explain the latest findings from peer-reviewed research studies in the field of scleral contact lenses. The lecture will feature select articles published in 2018-19 that have diagnostic and clinical relevance. Discussion will include new standardized scleral lens technology adopted by the Scleral Education Society for use by clinicians, educators, manufacturers and researchers in publications and presentations. 

9:15 am - 10:10 am

Scleral Lens Troubleshooting Grand Rounds  

Maria Walker, OD, MS, & Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO, FBCLA

This lecture aims to describe the most common issues that clinician met with scleral lens fitting and wear in their practice. Authors will based a clinical troubleshooting approach on evidence-based practice and their own clinical experience. Tips for improving scleral lens fitting, and minimizing issues, will also be given.

10:10 am - 10:30 am

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Break - Sponsored By The American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control'

10:30 am - 10:55 am

The Business of Myopia Control – Everyone Wins

Caroline Guerrero Cauchi, OD, FIAOMC

The myopia epidemic is a serious public health issue.  Joining the fight will set you apart from other doctors providing you with practice independence.  There is a right and wrong way to implement this business strategy.  Come learn how others have avoided the pitfalls and created a winning business model.   

10:55 am - 11:45 am

Life After Scleral Lenses

Michael Lipson, OD, FAAO, FSLS, Maria Walker, OD, MS, & Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO, FBCLA

In this lecture, each presenter will discuss one case where scleral lenses may not be considered the optimal option to meet the patient’s needs. Benefits of scleral lenses will be explained as well as their limitations. A risk/benefit approach is suggested as a rational approach to fit scleral contact lenses. Each case is presenter by one author with exchange with others.

11:45 am - 12:10 pm

Panel Discussion

Moderated by Hal Ostrom, OD, FIAO

Presented by Michael Lipson, OD, FAAO, FSLS, Maria Walker, OD, MS, Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO, FBCLA & Caroline Guerrero Cauchi, OD, FIAOMC

12:30 pm

Conference Ends