Johnson & Johnson Vision is delighted to once again be a Gold Sponsor of Optometry Tomorrow and is excited to showcase its expanded portfolio of Eye-Inspired™ ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses and the blink® eye care range.
Serving more than 60 million patients each day across 103 countries, Johnson & Johnson Vision is committed to helping more people in more places improve or restore their sight. Supporting further education for eye care professionals is key in making this commitment a reality. Johnson & Johnson Vision is therefore thrilled to be running four interactive, multi-station discussion workshops on two exciting topics over the weekend: ‘Multifocal Contact Lenses – Getting it Right the First Time!’ and ‘Creating a Stable World for your Astigmats!’. See below for more information on these sessions and visit the Optometry Tomorrow 2018 website for booking information.
We look forward to welcoming you to stand in a few weeks!
Multifocal Contact Lenses - Getting it right the first time!
Historically, keeping patients happy as they become presbyopic hasn’t been easy. With presbyopic patients most frequently citing poor vision as the reason for discontinuing wear, what can we do to make these patients happy again? This multi-station discussion workshop, featuring topics on the aging tear film, pupils and ocular dominance, will help to equip you with the skills you need to maximise success for your presbyopic patients.
Creating a stable world for your Astigmats
With 47% of people with vision correction needs having astigmatism (≥0.75D) in at least one eye¹ and with toric contact lens wearers over-indexing in drop-outs, are you confident you are fully meeting your patient’s needs? With only a few spaces left, be sure to book your space now on our multi-station discussion workshop to learn how to ensure your toric patients are truly happy!
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