The Latest in Dry Eyes

The Latest in Dry Eyes

 

Dear Ezekiel Eyes Patient

Wow! I have just returned from a Dry Eye Symposium in Sydney.

With the introduction of a new dry eye artificial tear to be announced later this year, Kai and I are very fortunate to be at the forefront of technology and this allows us to offer you, our patients, the best in the latest technology.

If you do have dry eyes let us assess your situation. Is it part of the environment you work in, the make up of your tears, a systemic condition or is it your contact lenses that are causing you some issues during your day?

Dry eye and ocular surface disease are a multifactorial condition and I am sure there are many variables we can assess for you.

Small changes to the way we work and interact with our digital world can be modified to enhance our ocular comfort.

Of course, we can assess your suitability for our Intense Pulsed Light Therapy (IPL). By stimulating the glands in our eye lids, we can make our eyes wetter.

Communication is an important art form that is under-valued. My advice to all our patients is to please tell us about your visual experiences.

Are your spectacles and contact lenses performing as you thought they would? If not, please let us know and we will do everything we can to rectify the issue.

Let us know if we can help you to improve your quality of life.

We are looking forward to looking after you soon.

How Do I Get Started?
Call (08) 9386 3620 or book online
A very disposable world!

A very disposable world!

We live in a very disposable world,  and our team at Ezekiel Eyes is keen to see a minimal footprint on the environment from contact lenses.In our practice we recycle all our soft lens disposable blister packs, contact lens  solution bottles ( for both soft and rigid contact lenses) and  packaging of all solutions.

All of these items should also be placed in your council recycling bins. Therefore, as environmentally conscious optometrists and patients, much of our contact lenses-associated materials can be recycled to help protect the Earth for future generations.

How Do I Get Started?

Call (08) 9386 3620 or book online

New Publication, “Contemporary Scleral Lenses”

New Publication, “Contemporary Scleral Lenses”

I was very privileged to be involved in an amazing new publication, “Contemporary Scleral Lenses”.

This was written by two USA optometrists, Melissa Barnett and Lynnette Johns and a range of contributing authors from around the world. I am proud to be the only practising Australian contributor to the ultimate handbook in the field of fitting of Scleral Contact Lenses.

At the moment I am Vice President of the International Society of Contact Lens Specialists and  the majority of the contributor authors are from this inspiring group of Optometrists.

We are all looking forward to our next congress to be held in Washington DC in late September 2018, where I will become President of the International Society of Contact Lens Specialists.

How Do I Get Started?

Call (08) 9386 3620 or book online

Specialty Contact Lens Studies, at the School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of New South Wales

Specialty Contact Lens Studies, at the School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of New South Wales



As a recognised leader and expert in specialty contact lens fitting, I was a host practitioner for a postgraduate student enrolled in the course, Specialty Contact Lens Studies, at the School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of New South Wales.

Participation in this course requires a clinical placement as part of the program. This was the third consecutive year that I have hosted a UNSW student.

It was fantastic to mentor another Optometrist from the University of New South Wales, my old alma mater.

Singson was a delight to have in our practice as he interacted well with our patients and asked some sharp (not blurred) questions.

How Do I Get Started?

Call (08) 9386 3620 or book online