IOL Advances

Improving surgical safety, efficiency, and outcomes for patients

Benefits of intracameral phenylephrine/ketorolac continue to add up.

IOL offering treatment options for ophthalmologists

Monofocal toric lens delivers effective astigmatic correction and more, study results show

Dispelling myths about refractive lens exchange

RLE, in unexpected twist, is gaining support among surgeons

Macular OCT imaging is vital in work-up of cataract surgery patients

August 31, 2020

Investigators find value in screening for macular disease in preoperative evaluation

Performing follow-up perfects surgical technique

August 26, 2020

Checking own work postoperatively offers value to ophthalmologists

Aspheric, aberration-free IOL leverages technology for performance

August 20, 2020

No matter the technology used, it is necessary to customize the implant choice based on the patient’s needs to achieve optimal refractive outcomes.

Image quality or depth of field — or both?

August 13, 2020

ICYMI: Alice Epitropoulos, MD, FACS, speaks on "Image quality or depth of field or both: Clinical outcomes from spherical aberration neutral monofocal toric IOL," during the 2020 ASCRS virtual meeting.

Topical moxifloxacin: Best choice before cataract surgery?

July 29, 2020

Researchers are looking for options to reduce corneal surface flora in patients

Presbyopia: Rethinking approach to better meet patients’ needs

July 21, 2020

Just as evolving technology is changing patients' visual demands, eye-care providers should increase their awareness and efforts to fill current gaps.

Getting it right: There is no magic bullet for IOL calculations

July 06, 2020

Patient expectations continue to push clinicians to look at optimal ways to arrive at the best IOLs.