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Explore the features of No. 1 Optometry App at our new website. Discover 15 clinically verified standardized tests, detailed here for easy understanding. For eye care professionals, seize advertising opportunities reaching over 400,000 eye care professionals from the field. See and be seen with Smart Optometry App! 👁️✨ Announcing our new Smart Optometry App Website Check our new website to get up to date […]

World Sight Day

World Sight Day, observed on the second Thursday of October each year, is a global event dedicated to raising awareness about vision impairment and blindness. Organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB), this annual occasion serves as a crucial reminder of the significance of good vision and […]

Online Webinar: Emerging Trends in Amblyopia Vision Therapy

Emerging trends in amblyopia vision therapy

We invite you to attend a free webinar that will explore the impact of technological advancements on amblyopia care. Discussing emerging trends in amblyopia vision therapy, we will take a look at current and future developments in this industry. Explore how technological advancements have influenced amblyopia care with us. The webinar will include topics like […]

Protect Your Vision from UV rays

July is UV safety awareness month. We often focus on protecting our skin from the harmful effects of the sun. However, it is equally important to prioritize the health of our eyes during summer months.

Frequency of Visual Deficits in Children With Developmental Dyslexia

Main question for this research was if deficits in visual function are more frequent in children with developmental dyslexia (DD) than in typically developing (TD) readers. Analysis investigated which functions were most affected, the frequency and magnitude of abnormal findings and whether deficits were more evenly distributed across the developmental dyslexia group or clustered in a subgroup. Vergence […]

Vision therapy for oculomotor dysfunctions in acquired brain injury

Oculomotor dysfunctions are among the most prevalent visual issues seen by optometrists in the general population. Version, vergence, and accommodation abnormalities are examples of these. A number of visual performance deficiencies, such as slower reading and poor visual search, can result from the presence of such issues. Fortunately, there is evidence of effectiveness with optometric […]

Visit us at Expo 2020 Dubai UAE!

Expo 2020 in Dubai We all have the power to build a better world and shape the future. Discover what makes Expo 2020 Dubai unique and how it is connecting minds and creating the future through sustainability and opportunity. For the first time in World Expo history, every participating country has its own pavilion. Enjoy […]

Causes of blindness and vision impairment in 2020 and trends over 30 years

Many countries around the world are seeing an increase in the average age of the population, as well as a shift in disease burden towards noncontagious diseases and disabilities, as a result of rising sociodemographic status and life expectancy. Most of the major causes of vision loss or blindness, such as cataracts and under corrected refractive […]

An Eye on Gender Equality: A Review of the Evolving Role and Representation of Women in Ophthalmology

Nowadays, women account for 25%-30% of all ophthalmologists and 35%-45% of trainees around the world. Despite the progress in recent years, women continue to be underrepresented in crucial areas, such as professional and academic leadership, as well as ophthalmic surgical sub-specialization. Furthermore, data showed that women in ophthalmology face more prejudgment and discrimination than men […]

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