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Vision 20/20 Protocol Ebook

by Jerome Princy (2020-03-21)

Prior to the routine use of this Vision 20/20 Protocol Ebook Review lens, patients who had no lens replaced in their eye following cataract surgery required the use of very thick glasses, which distorted their vision and cut down significantly on their peripheral (side) field of view. Lastly, perhaps the most important piece of technical equipment is the ultrasound machine, known as phacoemulsification, which allows the surgeon to sculpt the cataract into small fragments, which are then easily and gently vacuumed from the eye using a very small hand piece. This allows for a much smaller surgical incision, eliminating the need for wound sutures in most cases, and provides a very rapid and comfortable postoperative recovery and visual rehabilitation. Modern day cataract surgery enjoys the highest degree of safety ever known before. With exquisitely precise instruments used to measure the eye before surgery, we are able to calculate the specific power of the new lens implant, which is gently placed into the eye following removal of the cataract, often allowing patients the freedom of useful vision without glasses for both distance and near activities. Choose your eye doctor wisely. Many patients already have a comfortable relationship established with an optometrist who can work closely with the surgeon, co-managing the patient's postoperative care. There is no reason to abandon the special relationship and bond between the patient and his or her optometrist, but instead utilize the services of the surgeon to perform the cataract operation, and then return to the established optometric practice which has provided the level of care and quality that the patient has been accustomed to for many years.