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Listen to top surgeons discuss the expanding premium IOL landscape and crack the code for selecting presbyopia-correcting technologies.
Apr 29, 2020
Getting Comfortable With Advanced Presbyopia-Correcting Technologies
Neda Shamie, MD; Dagny Zhu, MD; and Brett H. Mueller II, DO, PhD, share pearls and experiences with presbyopia-correcting technologies. Listen to learn how these technologies are used by surgeons who are newer to practice as well as those who are more seasoned ophthalmologists.
Dec 27, 2019
Increased Efficiency in a Premium Practice
Listen as Cynthia Matossian, MD; and Bret Fisher, MD, share their experiences and advice with regard to improving efficiency in a premium IOL practice.
Nov 26, 2019
Premium IOLs: A Continuous Evolution
In this episode, Rosa M. Braga-Mele, MD, Med, FRCSC; and Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, outline the latest IOL technologies that are available in the US and abroad, and discuss what surgeons can expect in this field in the coming years.
Oct 30, 2019
The Advent of Trifocal IOLs in the United States
Robert J. Cionni, MD; Jeffrey D. Horn, MD; and Vance Thompson, MD, discuss their experiences with the only trifocal IOL available to surgeons and patients in the United States. Listen as they share insights into this new era of refractive cataract surgery and how they educate patients about trifocality.
Sep 27, 2019
Mastering Patient Communication
Listen as Elizabeth Yeu, MD; and John Davidson, MD, share their experiences with the intricacies of educating and communicating with patients prior to cataract surgery. What are the most effective techniques for managing expectations and having a productive dialogue with patients?
Jul 30, 2019
Finding the Right Match: Keys to Patient Selection
"I say this a little tongue in cheek, but not totally. I do listen to the patient, but I don't trust that they know how they use their eyes." "We're really just talking about improving someone's quality of life and trying to reduce the need for glasses after cataract surgery." Hear Robert Weinstock, MD; and John Berdahl, MD, lay it all out-from deciding when to use a premium lens to managing unique cases. Tune into their candid conversation to learn how they match the right technology to the right patients.