AlimeraSciences features 10 physician case studies via webcast.
Despite an increase in Medicare beneficiaries since 1994, the number of glaucoma-related surgeries has decreased, according to a recent study published in Ophthalmology.
A novel eyewear prototype wants to be the solution for those seeking wearable technology to track fitness and activities, but hate the bulky equipment that is required to be worn on wrists or clothing.
In her latest blog, Donna Suter, gives advice on adding an extra profit boost to your clinic.
A smartphone lens adapter and app that allows users to conduct extensive eye exams on patients is as accurate as traditional charts, according to a recent study.
Today’s laser cataract surgery is outperforming the early days of phacoemulsification and may outperform current phacoemulsification technology in the next few years, explained Yassine Daoud, MD, in a dialogue about the technology.
In her latest blog, Joy Gibb, ABOC, solves the much avoided topic of handling your most stubborn patients.
In his latest blog, Mark Packer, MD, writes of a surgical tale that led him to discover aberrations can sometimes be your friend.
Cataract surgery is an opportunity to give your patients vision for their life ahead. Bausch + Lomb's innovative, long-term vision technologies can help you achieve outstanding outcomes and continued practice success.
Multifocal IOLs with a trifocal diffractive optic design are available outside of the United States. They provide good visual acuity for distance, intermediate, and near and appear to provide slightly better intermediate vision than...