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Cover Stories | May 2018

First Steps To Beginning With Premium IOL Surgery

No. 1: Network with other refractive cataract surgeons. (Example: Our center hosts surgeons from around the world who are looking to add premium cataract surgery to their practice.)

No. 2: Understand the various types of IOLs that are available, such as extended depth of focus, low-add multifocals, accommodating, toric, and monofocals.

No. 3: Establish a laser enhancement plan if the patient experiences blur postoperatively.

No. 4: Form a teaching plan to educate your team, your referring doctors, and your community.

No. 5: Obtain the right patient education materials (print and online) for your team to hand out to your patients.

Vance Thompson, MD, FACS
  • Founder, Vance Thompson Vision, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  • CRST Executive Advisor
  • vance.thompson@vancethompsonvision.com
  • Financial disclosure: Consultant (AcuFocus, Alcon, Bausch + Lomb, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Mynosys, RxSight), Equity owner (AcuFocus), Lecture fees (AcuFocus, Alcon, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Mynosys)
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