Will Apple's Night Shift Save Our Vision?

Backlit devices such as iPhones and iPads emit high levels of blue-light and it has been shown that increased exposure to blue-light can have harmful affects on our body.  It is commonly accepted that blue-light can affect our sleep pattern making more difficult to fall asleep after use, but blue-light may actually be a key to accelerating cataract formation and macular degeneration.

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No More Reading Glasses? A Look At The KAMRA Inlay

In April 2015 the FDA approved the KAMRA inlay for use in the United States.  Since then, this surgical option for helping to improve a patient's near vision has been gaining popularity by Ophthalmologists and Optometrists looking to offer their patients a safe surgical option to help with their near vision.

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Dropless Cataract Surgery Could Save Medicare Billions

A new study reported by Business Wire shows that as dropless cataract surgery becomes more popular it could save Medicare and Medicaid more than $7 billion over the next ten years.  Patients could save as well.  As much as $1.4 billion by eliminating the need for post-op eye drops that they have to use for the next month.

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