Toric IOLs vastly improve outcomes in the majority of patients.
By Peter Hoffmann, MD
The combination of these tools effectively calculates IOL power and allows lens implantation into the correct axis.
By Detlev R.H. Breyer, MD
Patient satisfaction is high, with outstanding near and far visual acuity.
By Peter Mojzis, MD, PHD, FEBO
Available in the CALLISTO eye OR Cockpit, this system is a video-supported alignment tool.
By Lena Schubert, DIPL.-WIRTSCHAFTS-ING.
The lens features a near-vision add segment rather than a symmetric optic design.
By Gerd U. Auffarth, MD
Surgical experience with a phakic angle-supported IOL.
By Antonio Toso, MD; and Simonetta Morselli, MD
Special considerations are needed when correcting residual refractive errors in this population.
By Orkunn MUFTUOGLU, MD
The recent clinical trial for FDA approval indicated good predictability with this lens.
By José F. Alfonso, MD, PHD
What is the best lens?
By Jose L. Güell, MD; and Roberto Zaldivar, MD