Category Archives: Cataract Surgery

Customizing Lens Implants in Cataract Surgery

There have been so many exciting new developments in the technology of lens implants over the last 15 years, from implants that correct astigmatism to advances in multifocal implants that offer a range of vision from distance to near. One … Continue reading

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Cataract Surgery and Mortality in Older Women

Winter has always been my least favorite season, despite my Canadian heritage! This month I will share the results of study that examined whether having cataract surgery affects the mortality of older women. This large scale longitudinal study was designed … Continue reading

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Could Eye Drops Reverse Cataract Formation?

Dear Patients, Friends and Family, This is a very special edition of Akler Eye Center news.  We are celebrating our 5th anniversary this month.  It is hard to believe how quickly the years have flown by!  I want to think … Continue reading

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Simplifying Postoperative Cataract Surgery Procedures

Simplifying our patient’s postoperative cataract regimen with “Near Dropless” cataract surgery   When discussing cataract surgery with patients, I used to counsel that taking all of the eyedrops afterwards was the hardest part of the procedure. The eye drop regimen … Continue reading

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A New Year…Looking Into 2015

As any frequent reader of my blog knows, I love to start with a quote.  This year I’ve chosen to go simple with a quote from Charles Kettering – “Every time you tear a leaf off a calendar, you present … Continue reading

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