Analyzing the visual, non-visual benefits of VLF IOLs
Daniel H. Chang, MD, shares data on a recent study involving a new violet light-filtering chromophore in a preclinical computer simulation testing and randomized clinical study.
Presbyopia: Rethinking approach to better meet patients’ needs
Just as evolving technology is changing patients' visual demands, eye-care providers should increase their awareness and efforts to fill current gaps.
Troubleshooting post-presbyopia IOL complaints
Five secrets to success with co-management
Five ophthalmologists share how to make the most of a co-managed relationship for smoother patient handoff, improved preoperative experiences, and better postoperative outcomes.
What role does chromatic aberration play in IOLs?
White light is comprised of different wavelengths of visible light, ranging from red (700 nm) to violet (400 nm). As white light passes through an optical system, each of its component wavelengths bends independently.
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