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Subspecialties Cataract

Minimally Invasive Cataract Surgery

sponsored by Alcon

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Despite marketing efforts over the past few years towards pushing sub-2 mm incision sizes, today’s cataract surgery has standardized on a 2.2 mm incision size – and the important element is preserving the wound architecture integrity through this incision throughout throughout the entire procedure.

The objective of this webinar is to educate surgeons on phaco tip efficiency maximization, the impact of IOL delivery on the incision and the importance of capsule-friendly cortex removal.

The webinar’s learning objectives are:

  1. How to preserve wound integrity during IOL delivery with the UltraSert delivery system.
  2. Increasing cataract removal efficiency on the tip and minimizing movement at the incision level with the Centurion Balanced Tip.
  3. Increasing safety and efficiency in cortex removal with polymer I/A tips.

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