Research in Focus, Issue 15
Ocular Surface Wellness—Not for Children?
Ralph P. Stone, PhD
We tend to think of teens as having truly healthy eyes, with moist, lubricant ocular surfaces. Surprisingly, ocular surface wellness may be a valid concern in teens and even younger children.
Ocular Surface Wellness: What Does it Mean?
Amber Gaume Giannoni, OD, FAAO
As someone who sees many patients with late-stage meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), I am an advocate of addressing ocular surface problems early—ideally before they occur.