Surgeons discuss their experiences with the two newest additions to the monofocal family.
Experts discuss how to meet the sometimes unrealistic expectations of today’s hyperopes.
How to find missed opportunities in the outcomes of dissatisfied refractive surgery patients.
How to overcome a diagnostic blind spot—the failure to understand when surgery has gotten on the cornea’s nerves.
How to respond to a suprachoroidal hemorrhage that most cataract surgeons will face at least once in their career.
Clear the way with careful preop planning, surface treatments, adaptive procedures and more.
Follow these tips to safeguard corneal health while ruling candidates in or out.
A surgeon answers the question: How much astigmatism do surgeons have to correct?
A veteran corneal surgeon reviews the full spectrum of tools and techniques for managing these unique cases.
Phakic IOL users finally have a new option for treating their refractive-surgery patients who have astigmatism.