Call to focus on topography for all contact lens fitting
No7 Contact Lenses to highlight the benefits of ortho-k as a practice-builder at its autumn events
03 September 2016
Promoting the use of topography for all contact lens fitting, particularly ortho-k, will be the key message from No7 Contact Lenses at its forthcoming autumn events.
The company’s forthcoming events will begin with a mini-scleral contact lens workshop on 8–9 October at the AOP’s Hospital Optometrists Annual Conference at the Holiday Inn, Stratford-upon-Avon.
No7 Contact Lenses will also be present at the annual conference of the Association for Independent Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians on 9–10 October at The Vale Resort, Cardiff.
In addition, the company also exhibit at the National Eyecare Group conference on 6–7 November at the Hilton Metropole Hotel, Birmingham.
No7 Contact Lenses’ professional services manager, Katie Harrop, said: “The autumn events are an opportunity to find out just how rewarding ortho-k can be as a practice builder, attracting a loyal following of patients.”
She added: “Specialist lens fitting for dry eye patients, kerataconics and complex prescriptions are all aspects of care for which No7 Contact Lenses offers an extensive choice of specialist lenses, fitted via topography.”
For more information, visit the company’s website.
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