A corneal abrasion is a scratch or scrape of the cornea. It can result from foreign bodies, contact lenses, chemicals, or anything causing mechanical trauma such as fingernails, hair brushes, vegetative matter, dust, metal shards or projectile objects.
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Dr. Thomas has helped us to grow the medical part of our business. He showed us how to become medically-oriented in any practice environment or location.
Kerry Gelb, O.D., Lenscrafters – New Jersey
Whenever I have a billing or coding question, I call Dr. Thomas. He always knows how to code the visit and file the claim.
Paula Newsome, O.D., Charlotte, North Carolina
Dr. Craig Thomas is a valuable resource for optometry. His knowledge of medical eye care and advanced technology is unsurpassed.
Wesley Pittman, O.D., Texas Administrator
Attending courses by Craig Thomas has changed the way I practice optometry. He helps me to think with a medical mind-set and it improves my quality of care.
Brain Berliner, O.D., New York, New York
Dr. Thomas helped me transform my practice to a medical model. Following his advice, I grew my practice by several hundred thousand dollars over the past few years.
Tom Annunziato, O.D., Fort Worth, Texas