The Importance of Giving Patients Flexibility in their Choice of Vision Correction
A recent survey, commissioned by CooperVision and conducted by YouGov, was designed to investigate the experience of more than 4,000 dual wearers and 4,000 spectacle only wearers.
A Global Perspective on Glasses Fogging
According to a recent study, more than 8 out of 10 glasses (spectacle) wearers have experienced mask-related fogging. Other insights are shared in this report, along with information that eye care professionals (ECPs) can use to help their patients who are struggling to achieve comfortable clear vision when wearing masks.
Beyond Vision Correction: The Real Impact of Contact Lens Wear on Patients
Beyond correcting vision, what other beneﬁts do contact lenses wearers say they receive from wearing lenses? Deeper understanding of how contact lenses make people feel can help eye care professionals (ECPs) better articulate the beneﬁts to more patients.
The use of 1 Day silicone hydrogel (SiHy) contact lenses has grown steadily since their initial launch more than 10 years ago. But eye care professionals (ECPs) still don’t fit patients with SiHy 1 Day lenses as often as they fit patients with SiHy frequently replaced reusable lenses (63% vs 80%).
Moving Frequent Replacement Contact Lens Wearers to 1 Day Lenses? Be Careful Not to Get Lost Along the Way
Both ECPs and contact lens wearers in the US and Europe (Germany, Spain, Italy and France) were surveyed, with the results leading to new insights in the important area of refitting from frequent replacement to 1 day lenses.
Does Professional Practice Align with Consumer Expectations?
A series of global studies by CooperVision involving both ECPs and consumers has explored this area. Conducted in the United States, United Kingdom and Japan, more than 450 ECPs and 1,500 consumers were surveyed to better understand their attitudes towards 1 day silicone hydrogel contact lenses.2-4
What is the Impact of Digital Device Use on the Eye?
Digital device use can take a toll on anyone's eyes, ranging from fatigue and strain to dryness and blurry vision. Using digital devices can decrease a person's blink rate, contributing to dryness and discomfort.1