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There are Many Methods of Measuring MPOD: Which Works for You?

Measure patient MPODMacular pigment optical density (MPOD) is an important factor in maintaining crisp, clear central vision. Without proper dietary support, macular pigment can become thinner over time, making it less successful in protecting the photoreceptors. MPOD testing can help Continue reading There are Many Methods of Measuring MPOD: Which Works for You?

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What Can MPOD Tell You About Your Patients’ Eye Health?

If you had to choose one of your senses to lose (sight, sound, smell, taste or touch), which would you pick? If you’re like the majority who participated in a 2014 national opinion survey, then losing your sight isn’t an option. Research America asked over 2,000 people what would be the worst disease/ailment to happen to them, and blindness ranked in the top 4 along with cancer, AIDS and Alzheimer’s. Knowing this, it is important to monitor and protect your patients’ eyes in every way. Continue reading What Can MPOD Tell You About Your Patients’ Eye Health?

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Why You Should Start Dispensing Nutraceuticals In-Practice

These days, there is more focus on health and wellness than ever before. Whether it is the spike in gym memberships or the push for organic foods, society is trying to make the switch to a healthier lifestyle. Many people are becoming more interested in vitamins and nutraceuticals to support their overall health and eye health, but some eye care professionals are leery of selling eye health nutraceuticals in their practices. Continue reading Why You Should Start Dispensing Nutraceuticals In-Practice

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Optometry Giving Sight – World Sight Day Challenge

Optometry Giving Sight World Sight Day Challenge

Throughout September and October, EyePromise is participating in the 10th annual Optometry Giving Sight World Sight Day Challenge. We have supported this event for years and are thrilled for the opportunity to help make a difference once again.

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