IOL insertion/toric IOLs

By Louise Wood


As clinicians, we constantly strive to do the best for our patients. Innovations in design and technology afford us the confidence to offer premium vision correction to many of them. Unique trifocal and extended depth of focus (EDOF) lenses have given us unrivalled visual excellence, but careful patient selection and education is vital for success.

Ideally we would offer these lenses to every patient seeking spectacle independence and binocular distance vision, but there are…

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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…

Journal Scan

  1. May 23, 2019

Outcomes Not Improved With Use of Image-Guided System in Combination With Intraoperative Aberrometer in Correcting Astigmatism

Use of an image-guided system in combination with intraoperative aberrometer did not significantly improve outcomes compared with standard of care when correcting astigmatism using toric intraocular lenses (IOLs) or corneal incisions, according to a study in the