Cataract Surgery

More Than One Way to Crack a Nucleus

Cataract surgeons discuss their preferred techniques and when to modify for certain scenarios.

A Pain in the Neck

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

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.

Securing Premium Patient Happiness

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

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.

How to Make Phaco More Efficient

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

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.

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.

Maximizing Residency Surgical Experience

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

Light Adjustable Lens: Practice Integration

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