PFAs Disposal – Contact Lens Labs

Opening statement: At current most states have established an initial review of PFAS and the products that contain the listed chemicals. At this time, it should be noted that Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances and Materials are not currently regulated in...

Introducing Lean Six Sigma to Contact Lens Manufacturing

The CLMA is dedicated to efficiently bringing the highest quality contact lens product to the optometric industry. In keeping with that goal, the CLMA is planning to investigate tools that can assist in optimizing CLMA member lab’s manufacturing and production...

Beyond the 510(k) Approved Designs

Lately, GP lens manufacturing labs have come under regulatory scrutiny with regard to adherence to 510(k) approved lens design parameters. It goes without saying we all observe the regulations. Just remember, when reporting your marketed designs to regulatory...

PFAs – What’s All the Fuss?

Back in April, Mamavation, a green parenting community, reported the findings of their study to investigate the levels of organic fluorine, a marker of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFSA), also known as “forever chemicals” in common soft contact lenses....