Intraocular Lenses

Surgeons Share Their Views on IOLs

Opinions on monofocals, multifocals, torics and handling lens complications.

Premium IOLs: How to Spot Poor Candidates

How to weed out candidates who will be dissatisfied with these IOLs, even after a perfect surgery.

Presbyopic IOLS: Choosing Wisely

How to watch and listen to your patients to enhance your success rate.

IOL Power Formulas: 10 Questions Answered

Understanding how formulas calculate the optimum lens power can help ensure good outcomes.

Power Calculation: How to Up Your Game

Surgeons discuss ways to take advantage of new IOL formulas or optimize the ones you already use.

Does Your Patient Have a Dysfunctional Lens?

Surgeons weigh the merits of a new characterization of pre-cataract.

Can ‘Super Formula’ Increase Accuracy?

Building on earlier IOL power calculation formulas, this new approach adds a 3-D component.

Giving Multifocals a Second Look

How multifocal IOLs with lower add powers may be more useful to patients than higher-add lenses.

Tackling Toric Lenses After PK Surgery

In properly selected transplant patients with astigmatism that’s not too irregular, toric lenses can yield good results.

Surgeons Seek Presbyopia Solution

Surgeons say presbyopic lenses are fine, but say they’re tiring of the trade-offs in vision.