￼Aim. Nowadays technical innovations appear rapidly. One of new possibilities is smart glasses – wearable compu- ting devices wore as standard glasses. Although most smart glasses were not initially targeted at healthcare, they have been already implemented in multiple different medical applications across different specialties. In general such devices can be utilized whenever a screen or external monitor is already required. Head mounted displays can be implemented for very basic purposes such as education, simulation, live streaming of visualized data (i.e. vital signs, imaging studies, tests results, etc)., to more interactive functions such as video recording and digital photo documen- tation, for telemedicine, telementoring and many others. Ultimately smart glasses would implement artificial intelligence engines in the daily clinical practice and several other promising application for the future. Digital health is already growing exponentially, and with no doubt, the market for smart glasses in healthcare will grow accordingly in the very near future. The aim of this paper is to analyze current possible applications of smart glasses in patient care as well as the advantages and drawbacks of this kind of devices in everyday clinical practice.