Ahmed El-Massry talks with us about the advantages of extended depth of focus (EDOF) and trifocal IOLs, and how they are making progress to meet the expectations of patients. There are numerous factors that determine the most suitable lens including age, clarity of the lens and presence of cataract, and patient counselling and understanding are important in decision making. There are several ways in which these lenses can be improved in the future, such as suitability for different pupil sizes.
1. What advantages do extended depth of focus (EDOF) IOLs offer over standard monofocal and multifocal options? (0:21)
2. How do visual outcomes compare between EDOF and trifocal IOLs? (0:56)
3. What factors do you take into account when choosing between these options for a cataract patient? (1:52)
4. How can EDOF and trifocal lenses be further improved? (2:49)
5. What were the key highlights from this year’s meeting?
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