Refractive Surgery

The Experts’ Take on Astigmatic Keratotomy

When it comes down to the knife or the laser, surgeon preference varies.
08/10/2020

What Downturn?

A slump in refractive surgery from COVID-19 isn’t materializing—at least yet. Find out why and how to position your practice.
08/10/2020

Astigmatism: How Low Can You Go?

Surgeons discuss the drive to zero astigmatism in cataract surgery.
10/14/2018

Treating Astigmatism: How Low Can You Go?

Surgeons say that even a little bit of astigmatism is worth treating, and cataract surgery presents a golden opportunity.
07/11/2018

Shutting the Door on Epithelial Ingrowth

Surgeons share when to watch and wait, and when to do something about ingrowth under the flap.
06/12/2018

Is LVC Possible In CVD Patients?

Long considered an absolute contraindication, collagen vascular disease may not always be a bar for carefully selected patients.
05/10/2018

Two for One: Bilateral Cataract Surgery

Some say immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery is as safe as staggered procedures.
04/10/2018

Stop the Sneeze to Fight the Haze

The “Pittsburgh Protocol” calms local allergy symptoms for better cataract and refractive outcomes.
03/12/2018

Some New Tricks With Gore-Tex

Two ways to use the resilient suture material for fixating intraocular lenses in challenging surgical cases.
02/09/2018

Is There Still a Place For Manual LRIs?

Not only is there a place for them, but some surgeons say they’re performing them more than ever.
02/09/2018