premium IOL

Using automated capsulotomy in complicated cataract surgeriesAutomated capsulotomy is a new option that surgeons can choose for patients with opaque corneas, as well as when performing an open sky rhexis during the triple procedure and during surgery that requires the use of premium or multifocal lenses.
Exploring wider role for premium IOL implantation in glaucoma patientsWhen it comes to recommending a premium IOL, a patient’s glaucoma is only one factor to consider. Just like any other patient planning cataract surgery, visual needs and preferences for/against glasses are also important factors.
LASIK enhancements for premium IOLs more accurate with less dry eyeOphthalmologists must be prepared to perform corneal refractive surgery enhancements after cataract surgery—and LASIK is often the optimal choice, according to Robert K. Maloney, MD.
Why surgeons should not undersell their femtosecond laserWhen it comes to their eyes, patients want the safest treatments, and they know the best technology available is a laser. The cataract patient demographic is changing, and patients today have active lifestyles that demand functional vision.
Real-time intraoperative aberrometry enables better surgical outcomesA new sequentially shifting wavefront device for intraoperative aberrometry provides continuous feedback on refraction during cataract surgery.
Gulden offers premium IOL lens inserts to help educate patientsGulden Ophthalmics recently introduced its new Premium IOL lens inserts to use in conjunction with its Cataract Eye model to educate patients on their premium intraocular lens (IOL) options.
5 pearls for comanaging premium IOL patientsDuring the American Academy of Optometry's Academy 2014, Josh Johnston, OD, clinical director, Georgia Eye Partners, Atlanta, presented five pearls for successfully comanaging premium intraocular lens (IOL) patients.
Match your patient with the optimal IOLThe most challenging part of offering premium intraocular lenses (IOLs) at your practice happens long before a surgeon enters the operating room. That challenge is providing the IOL that best meets the patient's vision needs and lifestyle.