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Bausch and Lomb Biotrue ONEday Lenses for Astigmatism Workshop (VCPD1)

2M CPD in Australia | 0.75G in New Zealand | 8 December 2018

By David Stephensen

In this Video CPD, David Stephensen presents the latest innovations in Bausch and Lomb Contact lenses filmed in Brisbane on the 10th of July 2018, including:

Part I - Hypergel Modern day Lens Challenges, New Technology Hypergel, BioTrue ONEday Use Of New Technology, Australian Consumer Feedback, Field Observation Studies

Part II - Silicone Hydrogel New Technology, SiliconeHydrogel Ultra Use Of This Technology, Australian Consumer Feedback, Question & Answer session.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Understand the impact of digital devices for the prescribing of contact lenses and Astigmatism
2. Understand the development of New materials in Hypergel and Silicone hydrogel
3. Understand the benefits of the Peri Ballast design in Toric lenses for visual acuity
4. Understand the impact of design in reducing halos ,glare and improving night driving for patients.

 

PART I (29 Minutes)


 

PART II (47 Minutes)

 

     

David Stephensen conducts a specialty contact lens practice with his primary practice located in the southside Brisbane suburb of Moorooka. He is a Fellow of the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia, a Fellow of the British Contact Lens Association, a former President of the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia and former Honorary Vice President of the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia. Mr. Stephensen is the current the Chair of the Case Report Section for the Fellowship programme. Mr. Stephensen has worked in the field of toric intraocular lens optics, particularly in applying toric intraocular lenses to complex cases. He has interests in anterior segment eye conditions, toric intraocular lenses, contact lens correction for presbyopia, orthokeratology and in bespoke design of rigid gas permeable contact lenses for visual correction of abnormal corneas – particularly pellucid marginal degeneration, post graft, and keratoconus.