Webinar on 1 Day Lenses: Realizing The Potential In Your Practice

Posted by CooperVision on Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Daily disposable lenses have many advantages over other contact lens modalities. Whether its ocular health, convenience, or compliance, there are a variety of reasons that eye care professionals should consider making daily disposable contact lenses an integral part of their practice. Are you ready to embrace this growing modality in your practice?

CooperVision will hold a webinar on making daily disposables a significant part of your practice on March 27, 2013 at 9:00 PM (EST).

This webinar, hosted by Dr. Keith Wan, offers clear and practical advice on how to make daily disposables a big part of your contact lens practice.

Dr. Wan will talk about:

  • Advantages of 1 Days for Patients
  • Trends in Market Share & Growth and How to Leverage These in your Eye Care Practice
  • Patient Compliance with 1 Days vs. Other Modalities
  • Talking Points On Financial Concerns of Patients About 1 Days
  • The Growing Popularity of the 1 Day Modality

Click here to register!

Dr. Keith Wan specializes in fitting contact lenses and medically indicated contact lenses for conditions such as keratoconus, high myopia, and anisometropia. Dr. Wan is board certified in the treatment of ocular disease, such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Therapeutic privileges are utilized with the ability to prescribe topical steroids, glaucoma, and systemic medications. He also participates in laser refractive surgery co-management and post refractive surgical care for patients. Dr. Wan was named America's Top Optometrist for 2006 and 2007 by the Consumers Research Council of America.

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3/26/2013 3:17:07 AM #

Sounds interesting! Is the webinar available to view in my country?

Joe Jonash Republic of the Philippines | Reply

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