Advances in Ocular Surface Disease: Treating MGD

Advances in Ocular Surface Disease: Treating MGD

September 19, 2019, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Sands Convention Center - Room # TBD
Language:
English

The majority of Dry Eye Disease is caused or proceeded by Meibomian Gland Disease (Dysfunction). This course will cover the Diagnosis and treatment modalities associated with MGD. MGD is one of the most studied aspects of dry eye therefore understanding how to prevent MGD is of paramount importance in the future health of our patients Ocular surface. We will spend time on case presentations and cover the many different expression techniques and the equipment needed to treat this chronic progressive disease.

Speakers

  • Paul Karpecki

    Speaker

    OD

    Visionary Consultants Inc.

    Paul M. Karpecki, OD, FAAO, received his doctor of optometry degree from Indiana University and completed a fellowship in medical cornea and...

  • Jack Schaeffer

    Speaker

    OD

    Schaeffer Eye Center

    DR. JACK L. SCHAEFFER PRACTICES IN BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA WHERE HE IS ALSO PRESIDENT OF A 11 LOCATION GROUP PRACTICE AND A REFRACTIVE LASER CENTER. DR....

  • Whitney Hauser

    Speaker

    OD

    Total ECP

    Dr. Whitney Hauser received her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2001 from Southern College of Optometry. She completed a postgraduate residency in...

Accreditations

  1. ABO No
  2. AOA Paraoptometric Commission No
  3. COPE Yes
  4. Florida State Board of Opticianry No
  5. Florida State Board of Opticianry – Technical No
  6. Florida State Board of Optometry Yes
  7. NCLE No
  8. New York State Opticians-Dispensing-Advanced No
  9. New York State Opticians - Contact Lenses - Advanced No
  10. New York State Opticians - Contact Lenses - Basic No
  11. New York State Opticians-Contact Lenses-Intermediate No
  12. New York State Opticians-Dispensing-Basic No
  13. New York State Opticians-Dispensing-Intermediate No
  14. Orals Yes
  15. Therapeutic Yes
  16. TQ-CEE No

Categories

  1. Track
    Dry Eye / Ocular Surface Disease



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