Saturday, October 21, 2023

7:00 AM  Breakfast and Exhibits

8:00 AM  Well Finally! History of trying to understand dry eye disease
Eric Donnenfeld, MD
8:45 AM  Biofilm nowhere to run, nowhere to hide
Gregory Schultz, PhD
9:30 AM  Biofilm & demodex: Perfect together current evidence and science
Henry D. Perry, MD
10:15 AM  Biofilm: The little white domes: They are NOT keratin!
Doug Devries, OD

11:00 AM  Break and Exhibits

11:20 AM  Preoperative biofilm and MGD management boosts refractive cataract adoption
Matteo Piovella, MD
12:05 PM  Prologue epilogue: The stages of DEBS from beginning to end
Cynthia Matossian, MD
12:20 PM  Question and Answer Session

12:35 PM  Lunch and Exhibits

1:35 PM  The dental model: The first step in treating every patient. Now we are treating, in the future we will be preventing
Mile Brujic, OD
2:20 PM  How to avoid the “you gave me dry eye” syndromeiofilm debridement pre-cataract/LASIK surgery: Importance for good outcomes
Christopher Starr, MD, FACS

3:05 PM  Break and Exhibits

3:35 PM  Biofilm in contact lens and scleral lens wearers
Daniel C. Brocks, MD
4:05 PM  So easy you can see it with their eyes closed! The latest in diagnosing and curing.
James Rynerson, MD
4:35 PM  Sponsored Presentations
5:00 PM  Reception and Entertainment

Sunday, October 22, 2023

7:00 AM  Breakfast and Exhibits
8:00 AM  Dry/Wet Lab – Get hands on experience with the latest devices for dry eye care.
11:00 AM  Dry/Wet Lab Concludes


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