A new route to reducing IOP

To date, the suprachoroidal space has not been a feasible route to reduce intraocular pressure in glaucoma. A new device promises to change that.

Treating vitreous opacities with YAG vitreolysis

Study found that YAG laser vitreolysis was less invasive than pars plana vitrectomy for patients with vitreous opacities.

Non-linear aspheric corneal ablation can be used to treat presbyopia

Presbyopia can be treated in emmetropic, myopic and hyperopic patients with refractive errors between +5.75 and -9.00 D using corneal non-linear aspheric ablation profiles to increase the depth of field in both eyes, in combination with micro-monovision. Patient satisfaction with this approach is high.