Each year, Medscape conducts a survey designed to measure physician happiness, work-life balance, and healthy habits. What did they find out?
Every year, we take a moment to find the five blogs that resonated with our audience the most. Check out our five most popular blogs of the year!
What could you and your patients have in common? Myopia.
Sending promotional posts into the void will only get you so far. How can you make sure patients pay attention to your social media?
Despite its high success rate, LASIK has been plagued with numerous myths that keep people from pursuing the surgery. What are some common myths associated with LASIK, and how should you debunk them?
We used Answer the Public, a free online tool that aggregates common search inquiries, to determine what cataract patients are searching for. Does your website answer these questions?
In all eyes, laser-assisted cataract surgery was associated with reduced surgical time and less risk of postoperative cystoid macular edema than manual cataract surgery.
Khamar and colleagues chose to examine the corneal biomechanical properties of both the SMILE cap and the LASIK flap to determine whether SMILE results in less corneal weakening. What did they find?
If you want to reach as many patients as possible, you’ll need to make sure your practice website is accessible to people with low vision.
A recent case report found that femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery may be beneficial for patients with zonulopathy.