Multifocal lens implants can help give a full range of vision after cataract surgery from up close to far away. Recently, newer multifocal lenses have been FDA approved, giving more choices for patients to meet their visual goals.
Watch this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD from Porter Ophthalmology to learn about these great new options for patients who may need to have cataracts removed with surgery.
Proper eyelid function is very important to maintain the health of the eye. If the eyelids do not close or blink appropriately, the cornea can be exposed and become irritated.
Watch this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD to learn more about the cause of inadequate eyelid closure and some of the potential treatments.
In keratoconus, the cornea progressively thins and protrudes into a cone shape. If this becomes severe, an inner-layer break in the cornea can occur, causing corneal hydrops. Acute hydrops results in pain, redness, decreased vision, and corneal swelling. In this episode of A State of Sight, Isaac Porter, MD explains corneal hydrops and the treatment options.
A scleral pocket fixation technique may be used to support an intraocular lens implant inside the eye. This operation may be also known as a glued IOL procedure, but the glue does not actually support the lens long term.
Watch this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD to learn more about this innovative procedure that has been popularized by Amar Agarwal, MD from India.
DSEK and DMEK are the two primary types of inner layer corneal transplantation (endothelial keratoplasty) used today. Watch this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD to learn more about the recovery process following surgery with these techniques.