Technology Update

New Ways to Diagnose Trouble Earlier

Novel technologies may make it possible to detect signs of disease and begin treatment earlier than ever.

Offering Your Patients An In-office “Face Lift”

If you’re looking for an extra service to provide, some of the latest noninvasive skin-tightening treatments might fit the bill.

Creating Great Surgical Videos (for less money)

Capturing live surgery for simultaneous viewing—or later viewing—can be done in 2-D or 3-D without breaking the bank.

New Apps for Billing, Surgery and Education

Digital platforms designed to help doctors and their patients continue to expand their capabilities and the areas they cover.

The Latest in Surgical Microscope Innovations

How recent product introductions might help you operate and share your surgical knowledge more efficiently.

Improving Topography-Guided Ablation

The advantages of this approach are now being pushed even further, thanks to new ideas and insights.

New Ways to Catch Keratoconus Preop

Surgeons say using the technology you have can help yield more accurate pre-LASIK screening results.

Two New Ways to Help Manage Presbyopia

One device allows patients to easily sample multifocal and monofocal options; another may slow the onset of presbyopia.

New Thinking on IOL Calculations

Surgeons are developing new formulas, calculators and mathematical algorithms to help you select the right lens.

Breaking New Ground With OCT Technology

This technology is now being used to quantify rhodopsin, visualize retinal microvasculature and examine lacrimal glands.