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Leading Refractive Eye Surgery Experts from Trusted LASIK Surgeons Directory Educate Peers at ASCRS Annual Meeting
Date:4/29/2009

.href );" target="_blank" title="Davidorf Eye Group">Davidorf Eye Group and Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmogy at the Jules Stein Eye Institute, Dr. Jonathan Davidorf, a LASIK eye surgery expert in Los Angeles, California, made several presentations and taught courses concerning vision correction procedures involving lens implants and served as a senior course instructor for "New and Emerging Technologies in Cataract and Refractive Surgery." In his research entitled, "AcrySof Toric IOL Implantation to Correct Post-Penetrating Keratoplasty Astigmatism," Dr. Davidorf found that virtually all corneal transplant patients have significant astigmatism and by implanting a toric intraocular lens to correct the astigmatism the patients have a chance for better uncorrected vision. His second study "Predictability of IOL Calculations in Clinical Practice for Presbyopic IOLs: ReSTOR Aspheric and Crystalens HD IOLs", compared the accuracy of current formulas in detemining the most accurate power for the two most popular presbyopia correcting lenses, ReStor and Crystalens. In another study, Dr. Davidorf reported on the "Synchrony Dual-Optic Accommodating Intraocular Lens," which detailed surgical techniques and results of this promising new presbyopia correcting lens that is still under FDA study. Dr. Davidorf is a FDA clinical investigator for this lens.

Dallas-Fort Worth LASIK eye surgery and vision correction experts James P. McCulley, MD and R. Wayne Bowman, MD, both Professors of Ophthalmology at UT So
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