Anterior Practice Technology Roundtable
Elizabeth Yeu, Ashley Brissette, and Anat Galor discuss the most exciting innovations and technologies in their surgical practice
Aleksandra Jones | | 2 min read | Discussion
Elizabeth Yeu, Assistant Professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School and Cornea, and a cataract and refractive surgeon at Virginia Eye Consultants, moderating the discussion
Ashley Brissette, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Weill Cornell Medicine, New York Presbyterian Hospital
Anat Galor, Staff Physician at the Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Professor of Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami in Florida.
Watch these eminent anterior segment surgeons discuss technological innovations and breakthroughs that have made the biggest impact on their daily practice.
Their talking points include the following topics:
- The most exciting, important, and useful innovations and technologies in the panelists' respective surgical practices,
- Advancements in vision correction, including refractive cataract surgery, modified monovision, EDoF, small aperture, modified monofocals,
- IOL technologies that demonstrate how generational improvements and partnerships between clinicians and industry have strengthened the field,
- A deeper look into ways of addressing presbyopia, including microporation therapeutics.
- The latest technologies for patient work ups and additional interventions, such as PIXL, LSM, allograft inlays,
- Digitalization as a way of improving efficiency, including digital workflow technology, and the clinical value of connectivity and seamlessly integrated digital workflows, impacting on less chair time, efficiency in handling data, fewer transcription errors,
- Innovations surgeons look forward to trying.