IOL insertion/toric IOLs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Tecnis Synergy and Tecnis Synergy Toric II IOLs (Johnson & Johnson Vision), according to a press release.

According to a company-sponsored study, 9 out of 10 patients who received the IOL lenses did not need glasses after surgery.

“The Tecnis Synergy IOL combines the best of extended depth of focus and multifocal technologies – to deliver the widest range of continuous vision with the best near vision among leading [presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens…


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Conference Roundup

  1. Dec 04, 2018

IOL Power Calculations and Selection: Consider These Best Practices

During the Annual Cutting-Edge Symposium at the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s 2018 annual meeting in Chicago, Warren E Hill, MD, FACS, offered best practice advice about IOL power calculation methods and measurement devices. 

Above all, Dr. Hill, Medical Director at East Valley…

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  1. Apr 09, 2020

Sutureless Flanged IOL Fixation May be Efficient Alternative to Conventional Treatment for IOL Dislocation

Similar visual outcomes and shorter operating times may make sutureless flanged intraocular lens (IOL) fixation an efficient alternative to sutured scleral fixation (SF) for the treatment of IOL dislocation, according to a study in