What does comprehensive eyecare mean in 2023?  Optometry has been well beyond the refraction for decades.  How did we, as a profession, get to where we are today, and what could tomorrow look like?  How do you choose what subspecialties to add to your practice?  And then how do you go about implementing them?   This course will cover several pillars:   ocular adnexa, aesthetics, specialty contact lenses, dry eye disease, lasers, myopia management, and more.  Learn what your next passion could be and strategize how to incorporate your new pillar to take your practice to the next level.

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Selina McGee, O.D.

David Kading, O.D.



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