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Epithelial cells creeping under the LASIK flap are an annoying, though rare, complication. Here’s how to address them.
A surgeon says you may be able to treat this infrequent but aggravating complication of LASIK.
Intracorneal ring segments can be great for stabilizing keratoconus, but be ready for the insertion challenges.
The final ISRS survey ends on a sour note for LASIK volumes but a high note for surgeons’ confidence in the procedure.
Complications will happen, but how you respond to them can make the difference between a happy patient and a lawsuit.
Expert tips on how to get the best outcomes possible when a patient is a good candidate for surface ablation.
In properly selected transplant patients with astigmatism that’s not too irregular, toric lenses can yield good results.
The more accurate you are at the beginning of the process, surgeons say, the more accurate your result will be at the end.
Expert tips for using both excimer and femtosecond technology to deal with troublesome post-transplant cylinder.
Though topography-guided is often associated with irregular astigmatism, surgeons say it can treat virgin corneas, too.
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