Various experts in the field of keratoconus share clinical pearls for managing and comanaging the condition as well as the latest diagnostic and treatment options, including corneal cross-linking. Image: John D. Gelles, OD, FIAO, FCLSA, FSLS, and CLEI Center for Keratoconus

BLOG: I made that cross-linking referral ... now what?

April 3, 2020

by Katie Greiner, OD, MS, MBA, FAAO If you read my post a few months back titled, “Make that cross-linking referral,” we are going to follow up on my…

BLOG: To pay or not to pay

February 19, 2020

by Mitch Ibach, OD, FAAO Nearly 4 years ago, the FDA approved corneal collagen cross-linking for progressive keratoconus, and a few months later there was a second…

BLOG: Small eyes have big problems with pediatric keratoconus

December 18, 2019

by Christina Twardowski , OD, FAAO Pediatric keratoconus exhibits several unique characteristics that can make an otherwise difficult situation even more…

BLOG: Why do patients rub?

November 11, 2019

by Mitch Ibach, OD , FAAO In clinic when I am evaluating a patient for suspected keratoconus or corneal ectasia, within the first 3 minutes of our…

BLOG: Make that cross-linking referral

October 3, 2019

by Katie Greiner, OD, MS, MBA, FAAO Cross-linking is the standard of care for patients with progressive keratoconus. It is my belief that we are doing the patient a…

BLOG: The impact of corneal collagen cross-linking

August 27, 2019

by John D. Gelles, OD, FIAO, FCLSA, FSLS Cornea collagen cross-linking has forever changed the management of keratoconus, representing the single most…