Cataract Surgery

More Than One Way to Crack a Nucleus

Cataract surgeons discuss their preferred techniques and when to modify for certain scenarios.
02/10/2024

A Pain in the Neck

Prone to musculoskeletal pain, ophthalmologists seek ergonomic solutions for the sake of their bodies and careers.
12/10/2023

LRIs: Still a Valuable Asset for Astigmatism

Despite advances in toric IOL technology, experienced cataract surgeons say limbal relaxing incisions are still a worthwhile technique to perform.
11/10/2023

Securing Premium Patient Happiness

How to do more than just “hope for the best” when it comes to premium IOL satisfaction.
10/10/2023

IOL Fixation: Tried-and-True Techniques

When faced with lack of capsular support, cataract surgeons have a variety of options to secure an IOL, each with its own strengths and flaws, say experts.
09/10/2023

How to Make Phaco More Efficient

A look at the modern technology and machine functions that can increase efficiency during phacoemulsification.
07/10/2023

A Look at the Latest Pre-loaded IOL Injectors

Pre-loaded injectors for intraocular lenses offer a host of features in addition to the convenience of staff members not having to worry about fussing with lenses and injectors ahead of time.
05/04/2023

Counteracting Declining Reimbursements

How cataract surgeons can take advantage of advanced technologies and products to build a better patient experience and boost their bottom line.
05/04/2023

Maximizing Residency Surgical Experience

Surgical training is a trust-based relationship. Here’s what we’ve learned.
05/04/2023

Light Adjustable Lens: Practice Integration

Is the LAL right for your practice? Experts share how they navigated the adjustable waters of this new technology.
04/10/2023