Our latest product update is packed with new features to help ECPs better manage their contact lens and dry eye patients.
It’s our first major update to the award-winning AOS 3.0 software which was launched in December 2020 to bring web-based, data-compliant, objective imaging to eye care professionals around the globe.
Award-winning software designed to transform time consuming and costly practice operations into state-of-the-art solutions that your patients need and expect.
“Using AOS during the lockdown made it easy to interact with my specialty contact lens wearers. Now the lockdown is over, I will continue to use anterior to give priority to the most important cases to evaluate first.”
“AOS is a must for anyone considering dry eye & objective grading management for their patients.”
“Coming out of lockdown I will be continuing with the AOS imaging system. Whether in the clinic room or remotely, it has proven itself as a valuable asset in my consulting room.”
“Anterior provides valuable objective quantification aiding precision, accuracy, and reproducibility to management of ocular surface disease. This is especially important in our collaborative care environment, as multiple doctors may assess a patient for improvement over time.”
“The grading allows the patient to take ownership of their condition, and work towards improving the treatment pathway given by the clinician.”
“The images I’ve been taking for the last 30-40 years with my slit lamp are now taken to another level and it’s fantastic!”
31st May 2023
Eye care providers are starting to think about new ways to serve and engage with their patients. The use of video visits, text communications, and remote monitoring apps point to an evolution of how care is delivered. Remote vision tests offer another tool to meet patients where they are, and they have gained popularity over […] Read more
24th April 2023
Author: Giancarlo Montani DipOptom FAAO, FBCLA Università del Salento, CeRCA Lab Introduction In clinical and contact lens practice it is important to record as accurately as possible the bulbar redness (BR) observed in patients1. To support ECPs numeric grading scales standardized are available to improve the record keeping2-4. The use different scales with photos or […] Read more