This interactive course will discuss the recent intraocular lenses and drops that have been approved. We will discuss how Optometrists can use and educate patients on these new technologies that extend the depth of focus for patients. By simplifying defocus curves, we will be able to fully understand the visual results of these lenses and drops, which will allow us to better set expectations for our patients. Interactive cases, through electronic polling, will provide instantaneous feedback to optometrists, as they are involved in vision correction decision planning.

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Bobby Saenz, O.D.



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