Description:

This lecture illustrates how practitioners can optically rehabilitate keratoconus patients with different clinical approaches.  Patient cases will be provided to identify the best ways to manage these irregular cornea patients via gas permeable contact lenses, soft customized, hybrids and sclerals. Indications and patient candidacies for each lens type will be reviewed to increase the success rates in fitting different modalities.

Course Code:

AOA263-CL

Speaker(s):

Langis Michaud, O.D.
langis.michaud@umontreal.ca

Credits:

1

AOA Expiration Date:

3/8/2024

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