“When considering the various presentation options for this symposium, we decided to concentrate on the practical presbyopia options that were currently available in the US rather than cover all of the various options available world-wide,” says Dr. Hoffman. “This symposium will review the nuances of monovision in addition to helping surgeons choose between the best corneal inlay procedures or lens-based treatment for presbyopia.”
Optics of Monovision
Presented by Jack T. Holladay, MD, MSEE
Preoperative Testing and Surgical Planning
Presented by Edward E. Manche, MD
Is Pseudophakic Monovision the Same As Phakic Monovision?
Presented by Neal H. Shorstein, MD
Preoperative Testing and Patient Screening for Refractive Lens Exchange: When to Cut and When to Run
Presented by Richard Tipperman, MD
Accommodating IOLs – How I Make Them Work and Deal with Their Complications
Presented by Steven G. Safran, MD
Multifocal and EDOF IOLs – Picking the Right Lens for the Right Patient
Presented by Rosa M. Braga-Mele, MD, FRCSC
Managing the Unhappy Presbyopia IOL Patient
Presented by John P. Berdahl, MD
During the symposium, an open discussion will follow each section.
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