This presentation is a rapid-fire rundown of all the major releases, headlines, and updates to the optometric world in 2021-22.  Discussion will focus on the new innovations and changes in therapeutics and treatment options that effect the ways optometrists' practice.  Topics of focus will include medical and surgical glaucoma therapies, ocular surface disease treatment options, cataract surgery advancements, as well as new drugs, contact lenses, and other optometric advancements.

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Jacob Lang, O.D.

Jaclyn Garlich, O.D.

Roya Habibi, O.D.

Mark Buboltz, O.D.



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