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Vivity presbyopic implant alcon 2021

Vivity Presbyopia Implant

Vivity is a new offering from Alcon. It is an extended depth of field presbyopic implant. As you may recall, the other implant in this category is the Symfony from Johnson and Johnson. AcrySof™ IQ Vivity Extended Vision Intraocular Lenses (IOLs) Vivty is designed on the acyrsof platform which has been a long standing offering… Read More »Vivity Presbyopia Implant

SURGICAL PROCEDURES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: REMAINING SHARP

In unpredictable times, it is essential to continue to be in touch with fellow doctors in order to continue learning, growing, and developing professionally. “As I educate my residents (as well as) fellows and work with my colleagues, most of us acknowledge both the significance of maintaining surgical skills through periods of inactivity as well… Read More »SURGICAL PROCEDURES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: REMAINING SHARP

Aging with Grace

Aging with Grace For those of us that are reaching our 50’s, we’ve began to notice that the small print is harder to read. Maybe it takes a minute to focus on the object in your hand or you need to hold the newspaper at an arms distance to be able to see it clearly.… Read More »Aging with Grace

Instructions After Cataract Surgery

Specialty Surgery Center (310) 275-2339 Khanna Vision Institute (805) 230-2126 Option #3 Counselor (818) 857-1735 Emergency (Dr. Khanna) (310) 403-7497 Congratulations! At the end of your procedure antibiotic and steroid drops were instilled in your operated eye. It is normal to have the following symptoms: Watering eyes & nose, light sensitivity, redness and swelling of… Read More »Instructions After Cataract Surgery

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Instructions before Cataract Surgery

Specialty Surgery Center 9001 Wilshire Blvd Ste 100 (Ground Floor) Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Parking in garage under building (charge) or free and metered parking on side streets Some important phone numbers Specialty Surgery Center (310) 275-2339 Khanna Vision Institute (805) 230-2126 Option #3 Counselor (818) 857-1735 Emergency (Dr. Khanna) (310) 403-7497 ­­­ Drops to… Read More »Instructions before Cataract Surgery

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Instructions After Lasik Superlasik Eye Surgery

Postoperative Instructions:

At the end of your procedure you will be given a hand out with detailed after care instructions such as what drops to instill and how often, as well as do’s and don’ts during recovery. It is normal to have the following symptoms: Watering eyes & nose, light sensitivity, redness and swelling of eye, or the feeling that something is in your eye. Vision may be foggy, like seeing under water. We recommend going home and relaxing for the duration of the day. Try to rest and sleep immediately following your procedure. Your eyes will feel most comfortable when closed.Read More »Instructions After Lasik Superlasik Eye Surgery

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Visual Outcomes Of Pterygium Surgery

Pterygia as well as pinguecula are appealing as well as some of the oldest pathologies that ophthalmologists take on. Presentations vary in various tissue distributions as well as vascular patterns from small atrophic lesions to huge hostile vision-compromising fibro-vascular growths advanced cases. What began a decade earlier with celebrities, news anchors, as well as models… Read More »Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Visual Outcomes Of Pterygium Surgery