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Later this month, I will be attending the 59th Annual Education Meeting for the Contact Lens Society of America (CLSA).  The CLSA is a great organization that is dedicated to the education of contact lenses.  Whether referencing their online education platform, or the annual conferences, the CLSA remains at the forefront of enlightening our community.  This year's event promises to be great, covering topics such as hybrid lens fitting, orthokeratology, scleral lenses, prosthetic lens options and many other subjects.  Will you be in attendance?  The event is scheduled for April 24-26th in Savannah, Georgia.  

Jason E. Compton, O.D. FAAO,
President of The Right Contact, Inc.
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Industry News

Two Conferences... Same Weekend

April proves to be a busy month for specialty contact lens fitters, especially between April 24-27th.  Two major organizations, The Contact Lens Society of America (CLSA) and The American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control (AAOMC) have planned their annual meetings on the same weekend.  

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FlexFit Multifocal Management Program

Now 3 months in existence, the "FlexFit Multifocal Management Program" through Art Optical, continues to be a great tool for eye care professionals.  Designed to improve multifocal fitting success, this program is enabling contact lens fitters to overcome many of the challenges they may have had in the past. 

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