Blog Archive

Advances in Pterygium Surgery Apr 14th, 2020

Today, the ophthalmological community lacks consensus about the ideal way to treat and surgically manage pterygia. When the disease is discovered early in the process, it’s recommended that patients use protective eyewear to limit UV radiation that can worsen the condition.   Pterygiums larger than 3 mm may induce astigmatism, larger...

Exploring Ocular Side Effects Mar 18th, 2020

Ophthalmologists and optometrists spend the majority of their time in patient care. Supporting our patients isn’t just limited to exams, procedures, and follow-ups - it extends to an understanding of the individual’s medical history and how the systemic drugs they may be using can contribute to ocular side effects. In...

PanOptix Trifocal Lens Feb 17th, 2020

The The FDA has approved the first trifocal lens for cataract surgery patients in the United States - Acrysof IQ PanOptix Trifocal IOL PanOptix are unique because they engineered with proprietary Enlighten technology. A non-sequential diffractive order approach focused for intermediate vision without compromising near and distance vision. It's also...

Recent Advances in MIGS Feb 14th, 2020

Technology and ophthalmology go hand in hand. New advances are now occurring more frequently than ever before, allowing us to serve our patient bases more efficiently than ever before.  Recent advances in MIGS devices have created a more viable and less-invasive option than traditional, penetrating glaucoma surgeries to assist in...