Laser Vitreolysis for Safe and Effective Treatment of Vitreous Floaters

According to data from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), vitreous floaters affect up to 4% of the global population, which equates to over 300 million people worldwide. “Floaters” are due to opacities in the vitreous gel in the posterior section of the eye. They are uncommon in youth, but occur with aging of the […]…

[Webinar Recording] OCT Fundus Camera: Your Questions Answered!

Back by popular demand… Industry leaders Dr. Justin Bazan, Greg Hoffmeyer, and Josh Olberding answer your burning questions about OCT imaging. They present useful tips, tricks, and resources for getting the most out of your Maestro2 OCT fundus camera and case studies to demonstrate its functionality. Topics include: Anterior imaging simplified Recognizing and minimizing fundus […]…

Incidence of Referable Retinal Disease in Diabetic Patients at a Primary Care Practice

The Journal of VitreoRetinal Diseases used Topcon’s Maestro OCT to test whether CFP or OCT would provide more interpretable images for retinal abnormalities related to diabetes. This work tests the feasibility of remote ophthalmic imaging to identify referable retinal abnormalities and assesses the effectiveness of color fundus photography (CFP) vs optical coherence tomography (OCT) for […]…

USC’s Keck School of Medicine Roski Eye Institute partners with Advancing Eyecare™

Los Angeles, CA The University of Southern California’s renowned Roski Eye Institute has enlisted Advancing Eyecare, the nation’s largest network of service and support for ophthalmic instrumentation, to provide preventive maintenance and care support for their world class facility. Widely recognized as a leader in patient care, vision research, and physician education, USC’s Department of […]…

The Effectiveness of Multiple Wavelengths in Laser Technology

Emerging technologies such as multi-wavelength lasers provide safe treatments and optimal therapeutic impact. The most effective wavelengths for laser treatments are those that present the most favorable tissue absorption properties, depending on the disease.  LIGHTMED offers the widest portfolio of laser products for the ophthalmic market with a wide range of wavelength configurations that include […]…

[Webinar Recording] OCT Can Do That?

Brought to you by Advancing Eyecare This webinar will explore how to get the most out of your OCT technology. Screening – what you miss when you don’t look! Color, grayscale, and reverse grayscale – highlighting the subtleties and nuances that improve images and highlight pathology Scans rarely used but oh so valuable and necessary […]…

2020 Major Rob Soltes Memorial Golf Tournament

Advancing Eyecare (AEC) is proud to be a sponsor for the 2020 Major Rob Soltes Memorial Golf Tournament. Proceeds for the tournament go to Operation Peer Support which is part of the Blinded Veterans Association (BVA). BVA’s focus is to support the hundreds of men and women who return to the United States blinded or […]…

Clinical Case Report: Treatment of Central Serous Chorioretinopathy – from LIGHTMED

Brought to you by Lightmed Lightmed’s clinical team shares this educational case report, including success stories from patients. Click here to read the full report. Key Points: The LIGHTMED TruScan 577nm with SP-Mode® Microsecond Laser Technology is a safe and effective technology to treat central serous retinopathy. Early diagnosis and treatment is important in CSC […]…

Classical Equipment Buying Tips: Is a Chair Really Just a Chair?!

Classical lane equipment is the critical foundation of any practice and your chairs, stands, slit lamps, phoropters, and acuity charts are the lifeblood of your office.  Whether you’re starting a new practice, expanding your office, or upgrading your equipment, there are a lot of options on the market these days.  We spoke with one of […]…