Live Event Sheds Light on 'Dark Adaptation' and How to Support Struggling Patients


As we age, ocular changes in the eye interfere with our ability to adapt to changing light conditions. Until recently, attempts to alleviate adaptation difficulties with lenses have come up short. However, groundbreaking, new technology may finally reveal a light at the end of a long, dark tunnel for patients suffering the effects of reduced light and dark adaptation capabilities.

On Thursday, July 15, nationally acclaimed speaker, Andrew Bruce, will present a one-hour, ABO-accredited journey on UUniversity® into this highly interesting and often unexplored topic, as well as the latest resources at your disposal to support patients struggling from its effects.

After attending, you’ll come away with the following valuable and instantly implementable insight:

  • The mechanism behind light and dark adaptation
  • The impact of aging on dark adaptation, including research findings
  • The potential hazards of slow fading photochromics
  • The safety benefits of mitigating dark and light adaptation struggles
  • Breakthrough light-reactive lens technology and how it supports light and dark adaptation

Upon completing the course and passing the related online quiz, you’ll also receive one free CE credit.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to gain newfound knowledge that you can use to carve out a niche and provide support to patients lacking the ability to quickly and efficiently adapt to changing light conditions.

Register Today!

You must be logged in or enrolled in UUniversity to register. If you’re not a member, simply create a free account, and search for “Dark and Light Adaptation” from your member portal to register for the course. Signing up for UUniversity only takes a minute and you’ll enjoy unlimited access to a full library of live and on-demand optical training opportunities once enrolled. You can also unsubscribe at any time, if you’re not satisfied.