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Evaluating and treating Dry Eye Disease is key for premium lens patients

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Dry eye disease (DED) is one of the most common disorders I see in my practice, and it can significantly affect cataract surgery outcomes. DED not only leaves patients feeling uncomfortable but also hinders surgeons’ ability to get accurate preoperative measurements and negatively affects postoperative quality of vision. Aggressively optimizing the ocular surface, both pre-… Continue Reading →

Cataract Surgery Advances

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A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens that occurs over time due to aging, certain diseases such as diabetes, certain medicines, smoking, family genetics and injury. Everyone who lives long enough gets cataracts at some point in their life. Key advances in cataract surgery now provide surgeons with exciting, potentially life-changing treatment… Continue Reading →