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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2017

1.02A Orbit Neuro-Ophthalmological Disorders Update (1 hour) COPE #51221  
Speaker:  Dr. Kyle Cheatham
An update of current literature on orbital and neuro-ophthalmological disorders allows for a practical understanding of treatment approaches. Information provided in this course will be a clinically practical guide that allows practitioners to immediately apply the clinical pearls in everyday practice.
Optometrists registering for Dr Kyle Cheatham’s TPA Update can also purchase a companion textbook for the sessions. Please click on this link to order your book today – click here.

1.03A Ocular Surface Inflammation: Practical Pearls (1 hour)    
Speaker:  Dr. Clara Chan
The major etiologies of ocular surface inflammation will be reviewed in this lecture. Attendees will take home practical pearls regarding the appropriate use of topical steroids and adjunctive therapies for patients with ocular surface inflammation.

1.04 Staff Program - Eye-Natomy: A Quick Review of Ocular Tissue (1 hour)
Speaker:  Dr. Jeff Speers
This course will go over basic ocular tissue structures and why they are important.  It will also focus on common issues these tissues can create and how they are diagnosed with an annual eye examination.  

1.05B A method for detecting glaucomatous damage with OCT (1 hour)  
Speaker:  Dr. Donald Hood
Sponsored by: TOPCON
Dr Hood will describe the use of a customized, one-page structure and function report for aiding in detection of glaucomatous damage with OCT and visual fields.

1.06A Anterior Segment Topics - Rapid Fire (2 hours) COPE #41137   
Speaker:  Dr. Kyle Cheatham
Evaluation, treatment, and management of anterior segment disorders is rapidly evolving. This course will provide an update of key clinical points for efficient review in an interactive format. Conditions will be presented efficiently, in case-based form, and multiple choice questions will follow each case. Each participant will receive a handheld remote for personalized selection of answer choices. The clinical cases, questions, and explanations in this course will emphasize evidence-based pearls that are clinically relevant and immediately useful to the practitioner.
Optometrists registering for Dr Kyle Cheatham’s TPA Update can also purchase a companion textbook for the sessions. Please click on this link to order your book today – click here.

1.07A Current Technologies and Controversies in Refractive and Cataract Surgery (2 hours)   
Speakers:  Drs. Clara Chan, Christoph KranemannAllan Slomovic and Raymond Stein
A panel of experts will discuss new technologies in refractive and cataract surgery.  Controversies debated include varying advances in presbyopic inlays, myopic and hyperopic refractive procedures, accommodative and multifocal intraocular lenses, and advances in corneal cross-linking.

1.08 Staff Program - Digital Imaging: Beyond the Standard 45° Image (1 hour)
Speaker:  Wayne Stobie
Sponsored by:  INNOVA
This workshop will focus on non-standard imaging applications with a digital retinal camera. 
Topics will include: 
Peripheral imaging – going beyond the fixation point 
Stereo Imaging – an explanation of what this is 
Challenging patients – what can be done to optimise imaging 
FAF Imaging – what is this? 
Clinical Examples

1.09A Low Vision for the Private Practitioner: It’s easier than you think (2 hours)  
Speaker: Drs. Shamrozé Khan and Kate Baldry
This two hour workshop will focus on low vision situations commonly encountered by the private practitioner.  This includes prescribing high adds, hand magnifiers and tints, and assessing candidacy for the MTO’s Vision Waiver program.  A brief overview of the Assistive Devices Program and the CNIB will also be provided. 


1.10 Staff Program - Position of Wear and Compensated Rxs  (1 hour)
Speaker:  Dr. Ann Marie Lahr
Sponsored by:  HOYA
The position of the frame plays an important role in lens performance and the visual result for the patient.  Prescribing and dispensing the latest digital lens technology requires knowledge of the complex interaction between positions of wear and lens power. This course will review the optical effects of the various positions of wear, explain compensated prescriptions and underscore the importance of accurate measurement.

1.11A Interactive Quiz-Bowl Competition (2 hours) COPE #41132   
Speaker:  Dr. Kyle Cheatham
This course will provide an interactive review for practical concepts related to anterior segment and posterior segment disorders. Recent research in the psychological literature suggests that interactive assessments (e.g. written and or oral exams) markedly improve the long-term learning process. In this spirit, the course will combine multiple choice questions with an electronic audience polling system and allow participants to think through practical example problems. The course will provide detailed explanations that link specific examples with general principles, and the audience polling system will provide the participant immediate feedback. 
Optometrists registering for Dr Kyle Cheatham’s TPA Update can also purchase a companion textbook for the sessions. Please click on this link to order your book today – click here.

1.12A Perceptive Perspective: Looking At Learning Related Visual Problems (2 hours)  COPE #52862 
Speaker:  Dr. Nancy Torgerson
As an optometric physician, you have amazing tools to help those that struggle needlessly in school, work and life because of visual difficulties. Your optometric team can make a difference by being savvy visual detectives, asking key questions, evaluating, treating with lenses and vision therapy or collaborating with colleagues. Be a part of ending the senseless struggle and transforming lives through vision. 


1.13 Staff Program - Dispensing the High & Unusual Spectacle Rx  (1 hour)
Speaker:  Marilyn Smith
Sponsored by:  CAO     
Dispensing the High & Unusual Spectacle Rx is a one-hour PowerPoint lecture emphasizing the art of dispensing high and/or unusual Rx’s with the more complex frames available today and the need for the ECP to understand the technology available in the state of the art ophthalmic laboratory.  There is some emphasis on the more complex adjustments required for the ideal fit and best vision for those with higher prescription lens needs such as frame selection, fine tuning nosepad adjustments and vertex concerns Bicentrics, high add powers & digital lens updates are included in this lecture.


Are You Being Served - The 2017 Optometry Office  (1 hour)
Speaker:  Marilyn Smith
Are You Being Served - The 2017 Optometry Office is a one-hour PowerPoint seminar and discussion presenting the newest trends for the modern optometry office.  Privacy laws, proper office etiquette, sales techniques, population stats, varied inventory and how to manage the client with an issue with finesse will be discussed.  The discussion with clients regarding Internet Dispensing will be a major component in this seminar. Input from participants is encouraged so all participants can benefit from the experience of both the speaker and their colleagues.


1.14A Concussion Seminar (2 hours)   
Speaker:  Dr. Cheryl Letheren
Sponsored by: Canadian Optometrists in Vision Therapy & Rehabilitation (COVTR)
This workshop will discuss the major symptom constellations; such as, post trauma vision syndrome, midline shift syndrome, visual inattention, visual multi-tasking syndrome and types of concussion trajectories.  There will be a discussion about different assessments that can be made during the optometric exam as well as counselling, products and references that are helpful.  There will be demonstrations of some of the most successful treatments and management pearls will be outlined.

SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 2017


2.01B Breakfast and Learn #1 (1 hour)   
Course Title:  Corneal Laser for Age-related Macular Degeneration Serendipitous Discovery - Breakthrough Technology   
Speaker:  Dr. Raymond Stein, MD, FRCSC
Sponsored by:  Bochner Eye Institute
Sounds crazy! How can a corneal procedure result in improved vision for patients with macular degeneration? Clinical trials in a few international sites over the past 2 years, have shown significant improvement in vision for both dry and wet AMD. The corneal laser was initially developed for presbyopia. Early trials were done on patients with AMD to determine the safety and effects on the cornea. To the surprise of the investigators, many of the patients gained lines of vision. How is this possible? It is believed that this unique laser corneal treatment results in inducing higher-order aberrations and directing the light to focus outside the fovea. 

2.02B Breakfast and Learn #2 (1 hour)   
Course Title:  Correcting Presbyopia and Astigmatism using Innovative IOL Technology
Speaker:  Dr. Sondra Black
Sponsored by:  Abbott Medical Optics (AMO)
The growing issue of presbyopia and emerging IOL technologies that offer patients an alternative to glasses. As there are many ways to treat presbyopia, this talk will offer a way to help explain the growing list of options to patients so that they, along with their optometrists, can make the right decision for treatment.

2.03B Breakfast and Learn #3 (1 hour)   
Course Title: Dry Eye Disease Update - Management of Dry Eye Disease
Speaker:  Dr. Lisa Prokopich
Sponsored by:  Novartis                 
Dry eye disease (DED) is a very common, multifactorial disease of the tears and ocular surface that can lead to discomfort and visual disturbance, which impact quality of life. Given the prevalence of DED, it is important that Optometrists understand their role in diagnosing and managing DED. This course will cover screening, diagnosis and management of DED.

2.04B Breakfast and Learn #4 (1 hour)   
Course Title:  Seeing the Unseen - Uncovering and Managing Today’s Chronic Ocular Disease
Speaker: Dr. Sarah MacIver
Sponsored by:  OPTOS
Widefield imaging is an adjunctive imaging tool used to augment the fundus examination. This course will describe the clinical utility of multimodal wide field imaging to every day cases seen           in primary eye care practices. The multimodal capabilities available on Optomap, including red-free filters and fundus autofluorescence, help to efficiently identify pathology that might be harder to detect using conventional techniques. Patient cases of diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration and central serous chorioretinopathy will be covered and will identify ways that Optomap has evolved to help the optometrist augment clinical exams by helping identify disease activity and appropriate referral practices. 

2.05A What’s New and Different in Contact Lenses COPE #52203   (2 hours)   
Speaker:  Craig Norman
As products continuously become available for contact lens wearers, practitioners are forced to stay current on what is available and what makes them different.  Being up-to-date on the products and innovations taking place helps practitioners present the best options to patients.  This course will cover new products that have come to market and will also try to answer so of the many questions that arise from practitioners that have been fitting these new products. Insight will be provided on the various changes taking place in the contact lens industry, including: daily disposables, multifocals, digital optics, scleral lenses, and more.

2.06A Posterior Segment Update  COPE #41138  (2 hours)   
Speaker:  Dr. Kyle Cheatham
This course will present an overview of assessment, differentials, treatment and management options for posterior segment pathology. Information provided in this course will be case-based and will serve as a clinically practical guide that is immediately applicable to patient care. 

Optometrists registering for Dr Kyle Cheatham’s TPA Update can also purchase a companion textbook for the sessions. Please click on this link to order your book today – click here.

2.07B OD & Staff Patient and Retail Excellence Program - Patient Hand Off Workshop (2 hours)   
Speaker:  Alessandro Baronti
Sponsored by:  Luxottica
Gain a 360 degree perspective of the handoff process from the moment of patient check-in to the final stage of product dispensing to consumer. The understanding of this process will provide insight on elevating the medical /retail experience resulting in increased patient / consumer experience. Upon completion of this program, the participant should be able to:
Understand patient /consumer expectations and behavior patterns
Recognize the sales opportunity by improving the  customer experience
Identify easy steps for improvement and implementation.

2.08A Your Clinical Records: how to beat the College at its own game! (2 hours)  
Speaker:  Dr. David White
Sponsored by:  College of Optometrists of Ontario
You haven't been chosen for a random practice assessment yet but you are worried that your luck is about to run out.  College Past President and past Quality Assurance Chair, Dr. David White, will take you through the art and science of record keeping that will help you sail through the College process and receive that coveted “Congratulations, your records meet the standards of practice” letter from the Quality Assurance Committee.  With the help of real examples, this workshop will highlight the most common errors and omissions, with a particular emphasis on electronic records.  

Bonus:  College Registrar, Paula Garshowitz and the College President will provide a short update on recent College news.  

2.09A Methods and Devices for Myopia Management  COPE #52235  (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Craig Norman
Today, there is significant interest in myopia, if fact some have called the increasing numbers of myopic patients and “epidemic”. So, how can myopia and in particular myopia progression be managed – or can it? The mechanisms of some of the treatment strategies, and the success rates associated with them are not fully understood. What is best? Spectacles, bifocal soft lenses, orthokeratology, and pharmaceutical intervention all have demonstrated some level of success. Another important question is when should treatment begin for progressing myopes? This course will describe and discuss some of the key issues regarding myopia control and how to incorporate this treatment into the eyecare practice.



2.10A Herpes Simplex Keratitis Update COPE #52299  (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Dr. Kyle Cheatham
This course will provide an update of key clinical points of herpes simplex in an interactive, case-based, format. Conditions will be presented efficiently, in case-based form, and multiple choice questions will follow each case. Each participant will receive a handheld remote for personalized selection of answer choices. The clinical cases, questions, and explanations in this course will emphasize evidence-based pearls that are clinically relevant and immediately useful to the practitioner.
Optometrists registering for Dr Kyle Cheatham’s TPA Update can also purchase a companion textbook for the sessions. Please click on this link to order your book today – click here.

2.11B OD & Staff Patient and Retail Excellence Program The Art of Assortment Planning (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Alessandro Baronti
Sponsored by:  Luxottica
Gain insight on how to adjust or maximize the frames assortment in your practice . Understanding and capitalizing on your assortment will elevate the retail experience and increase profitability. Upon completion of this program, the participant should be able to:
Understand insight on how to update and maximize a frame assortment
Recognize the sales opportunity by improving product positioning
Identify easy steps for improvement, implementation, and monitoring 


2.12B Getting the most of the SD-OCT in your optometric practice  (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Dr. Sarah MacIver and Dr Lisa Prokopich
Sponsored by:  INNOVA
This course is designed to help familiarize and engage the primary care optometrists on the current and new applications of the SD-OCT. This 1 hour course is case based and highlights the benefit of using SD-OCT to detect progression in diseases like glaucoma and AMD. It will also give a brief review of some of the new features of the SD-OCT and outline the value these features may have in optometric care. 


2.13A Marquee Lunch - 3 Simple Social Media Steps to Grow Your Business (That Will Save You Time and Money)  (1 hour)  
Speaker:  Amber Mac                 Sponsored by:  Alcon
In this talk, Amber Mac outlines three digital marketing best practices to help eye care professionals (ECPs) grow their businesses in 2017 and beyond.  Her presentation will outline how ECPs need to rethink key outreach efforts to
maximize patient loyalty and engagement, and improve customer service. Plus, with more than a decade of experience in the digital space, she will share her go-to tips, tricks, and tools that have helped her grow her social media
community to more than 2M followers.  If you want to save time and money, and connect with patients in new and relevant ways, this practical and inspirational session is a must.

Talk Objectives:
-    To inform and educate ECPs on the importance of using social/digital media to connect with their patients and grow their businesses
-    Provide ECPs the information, useful tools and digital resources available to set up and manage their social media channels
-    Provide tips on how to effectively engage with patients over digital platforms, which can lead to patient retention and loyalty

2.13-OA Lunch - A Focus on  Kid’s Eyewear (1 hour)
Speaker: Anne Brown                Sponsor: Luxottica
Did you know that I in 4 kids have a vision problem that interferes with their ability to learn?  Learn why it’s so important to get kids’ eyes examined and if needed, into glasses.  You will learn what motivates the sale for kids vs their parents and the other outside influencers when growing a kid’s eyewear business.  It’s a business within a business for every office.

Upon completion of this program, the participant should be able to:
•    Understand a current snapshot of the kid’s eyewear market.
•    Learn what trends affect children’s behaviours that affect their need for eyewear.
•    Understand key attributes or children’s eyewear.
•    Learn how to communicate the right children’s eyewear solutions.

2.14A Diagnostic Imaging in Glaucoma  (2 hours)   
Speakers:  Drs. Cindy Hutnik and John Gonder
The last 5 years have seen significant advancements in diagnostic testing for glaucoma.  A practical update of the current status, with future directions, will be given.

2.15A Glaucoma Management and Surgical Update  (2 hours) COPE #49384   
Speaker:  Dr. Kyle Cheatham
An update of the current literature on glaucoma including new technology, surgical approaches, and disease management. Information provided in this course will be a clinically practical guide that focuses on content of evidence based eye care.
Optometrists registering for Dr Kyle Cheatham’s TPA Update can also purchase a companion textbook for the sessions. Please click on this link to order your book today – click here.

2.16A OD & Staff Patient and Retail Excellence Program - Understanding Your Customer and Targeting Everything You Do (2 hours)   
Speaker: Maureen Atkinson, J. C. Williams Group
What can you do that your large big box and on-line competitors cannot do?  You can know more about your local customers and use that information to delight them and keep them coming back to you.  This practical workshop will arm you with the best new tools to drive your business. 

2.17A    Retina OCT Interpretation and Cases (1 hour)
Speaker:  Dr. Peng Yan

This course will provide a practical approach to interpreting OCT images and its application in vitreoretinal diseases.
Update on Diabetic Retina Diseases and Real World Application (1 hour)
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, updated treatment options and clinical approach to diabetic retina diseases.

2.18A Uveitis/Pharmacology Update  (2 hours) COPE #51214 & 49172   
Speaker:  Dr. Kyle Cheatham
This course will provide an update on uveitis, with an emphasis on clinical causes and treatment management and will provide an overview and update of ocular side effects of commonly prescribed systemic medications.
Optometrists registering for Dr Kyle Cheatham’s TPA Update can also purchase a companion textbook for the sessions. Please click on this link to order your book today – click here.

2.19A OD & Staff Patient and Retail Excellence Program -Sales is not a Dirty Word!  (2 hours)   

Speaker:  Terry Welch
Welch & Pridmore’s Patient Excellence Session focuses on how to dispel the myth and stigma of selling. Influencing people has become an essential component of nearly everyone’s job. Selling is a skill that can taught and the point is to properly present yourself, your service and your product that is genuinely first rate to do the moving.  In the session we’ll cover the different Steps of Selling and the principles associated with each step; how to transition from the medical/examination room to the consumer/retail side of the clinic in a very patient-friendly way.We will demonstrate the importance of communications and explain exactly how to articulate your clinic’s decided points of difference/your advantages into benefits to your patients, making them feel good and/or taking their worry away.  It’s all about setting yourselves and your clinic apart from the competition - where price is no longer the main consideration.

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 09, 2017


3.01 OAO Town Hall  (1.5 hours)   
 OAO is once again seeking member feedback on key issues.  A great opportunity to have your voice hear. 
Submit any questions that you may have in advance through our LinkedIn group or by email. Results of the 2014 town hall are here, and the 2016 results are here.
Watch for details

3.02A A Pain in the Eyes: The Shadows of Dry Eye Disease  COPE #52992 (1 hour)
Speaker:  Dr. Richard Maharaj
The hallmark of ocular surface tear stability is balance. Immunological, inflammatory, structure and function all come together in a delicate balance that clinicians can focus on to maintain a healthy ocular environment. Lurking in the shadows of ocular surface metrics like tear osmolarity is a stimulus for peripheral and centralized dry eye like pain (DELP) or corneal neuralgia. This lecture will examine the use of tear film osmolarity as a preventative tool in leading our patients away from DELP. We will also examine how to uncover the often dismissed clinical entity of neuralgic pain and discuss current tools to addressing it in clinical practice.

3.03A OCT – Angiography  (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Dr. Keyvan Koushan
OCT-Angiography is an exciting new imaging modality in the field of retinal imaging. This case-based presentation reviews the fundamentals of OCT-Angiography and some of its applications in clinical practice.

3.04B Omega-3 and Dry Eye Disease – From the research to practice (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Dr. Theresa Jahn
Sponsored by: Nutrasea
Omega-3 fatty acids are emerging as main stay therapeutic options for some ocular diseases. This presentation aims to address the following objectives: 
Provide an overview of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, dietary sources and their  role in health
Provide an up to date review of clinical research on omega-3  and omega-6 supplementation in dry eye disease
Answer common practitioner and patient questions regarding omega-3 supplementation
What to consider when choosing an omega-3 product for your practice.

3.05B Workshop - Power of One  (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Dr Mira Acs
Sponsored by:  Alcon 
The objectives of the Power of One Educational session are:
To build your practice through increased patient retention, enhanced interactions with your patients, and matching your lens choice to best suit their lifestyle
Demonstrate that by moving to the one day modality an office will see incremental benefits across many channels of the practice 
Provide the tools to build your practice in the one day modality and will require the full office support to achieve success

There will be a portion of the program designed to look at strategies to improve lens patient’s comfort and compliance.  There will be a discussion surround strategies to improve practice, management and retain patients using social media, enhancing website functionality etc.

3.06B When the Mind's Eye Goes Dry - Understanding the Psychology of Dry Eye Disease - Lunch (1 hour)

Speaker:  Dr. Richard Adler
Sponsored by:  Allergan
Presenting a fresh aspect of Dry Eye, one that re-engages the audience in thinking effectively about this disease.   This focuses on both the patient and doctor experience around Dry Eye and identifies important, often over-looked aspects of the disease that are essential to its management.

3.07A Fast and Furious Breakup Time – Managing Evaporative Stress and Building the Dry Eye Niche  COPE #53033   
Speaker:  Dr. Richard Maharaj
Ontario optometrists face a challenging reimbursement environment.  Our patients have a challenging ocular surface environment. Developing a clinical focus on dry eye disease in your practice can serve to meet both challenges head on. We will discuss the latest technology available in the primary eye space to address leading causes of dry eye disease (DED) as well as focus on how to build a dry eye niche within your practice and grow a business behind it


3.08A Management of Eyelid Lesions: A Case-Base Approach (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Dr. Babek Maleki
Benign nevus or malignant melanoma? Chronic chalazion or a sebaceous cell carcinoma? This case-based review of common eyelid lesions as well as ones you don't want to miss. It is also a review of best practices in oculoplastics and the most up-to-date treatment strategies to help you better counsel your patients.

3.09B Workshop - Bridging the Gap in Ocular Nutrition: A Stronger Path to Better Eye Health for Your Patients  (1 hour)   
Speaker:  Dr. David Lederer, Dr. Laurie Capogna & Mr. Doug Cook
Sponsored by: Alcon
As our understanding grows regarding the complex interrelations between human biological systems, clinical practice is steadily becoming increasingly holistic. The relationship between optimal eye function and whole-body health is observed in the benefit of supplementation with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients to reduce the risk of progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Such supplementation is particularly valuable in the older patients at high risk for AMD progression, as seniors are at greatest risk for consuming a diet that is lacking in proper nutrition. This presentation provides a clinical rationale and supporting evidence for the use of established nutrient formulations in seniors with AMD at risk of progression and of the important role of all eye care providers in counseling patients in eye-specific and whole-body nutritional health.     

3.10A Concussion Seminar (2 hours)  (Repeat of Friday 1.14B Session) 
Speaker:  Dr. Cheryl Letheren
Sponsored by: Canadian Optometrists in Vision Therapy & Rehabilitation (COVTR)
This workshop will discuss the major symptom constellations; such as, post trauma vision syndrome, midline shift syndrome, visual inattention, visual multi-tasking syndrome and types of concussion trajectories.  There will be a discussion about different assessments that can be made during the optometric exam as well as counselling, products and references that are helpful.  There will be demonstrations of some of the most successful treatments and management pearls will be outlined.


3.11A Glaucoma: Practical Pearls for Diagnosis and Management  (2 hours)   
Speaker:  Dr. Matt Schlenker
This talk will focus on: 
the clinical and diagnostic imaging of the various types of open and closed angle glaucoma
how to follow these patients
first line treatment
potential surgical management
glaucoma mimickers
systemic conditions and treatments associated with glaucoma

3.12B Punctal Plug Workshop  (2 hours)   
Speaker:  Dr. Douglas Devries
Sponsored by: Labtician

 Punctal occlusion is a commonly used treatment to address ocular surface inflammatory diseases such as chronic dry eye disease.  This hands-on workshop will discuss the rationale for the procedure, insertion/removal techniques, and the differences between the currently available occlusion options.
Course Objectives
Review diagnosis and treatment options for ocular surface inflammatory disease
Discuss common and not so common indications for plugs    
Review currently available plugs on the market
Review the procedure
Discuss contraindications/complications of plugs
Provide attendees opportunity to insert/remove temporary plugs to increase their comfort level of the procedure


3.13B Atlantis Scleral Hands on Workshop  (2 hours)   
Speaker:  Dr. Andrew Biondo
Sponsored by:  X Cel Specialty Contacts

Empower Your Practice Scleral Workshop is an educational workshop meant to introduce attendees to scleral lenses, its indications, benefits, and simplified fitting techniques proven to optimize success to the patient. The main focus is on the 1-2-3 easy fitting of the lenses and the potential benefits that scleral lenses can offer for the right indications. An interactive hands-on workshop will provide the attendee a higher level of confidence in fitting and evaluating a scleral lens with the option to try-on the comfort of a scleral lens.