The contact lens industry is constantly evolving and 2022 is no different.  With new management options available to practitioners, it is worth discussing if we should adopt these changes or continue with what we have known to be effective.  This lecture is designed to debate the different perspectives of popular contact lens topics in 2022.

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Jason Compton, O.D.

Melissa Barnett, O.D.

Mile Brujic, O.D.

Renee Reeder, O.D.



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