27 Sep

My Role as ASCRS President

The past few months have been incredibly exciting for me as an here in Charleston, South Carolina. I’ve recently begun my role as President of the American Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) for the 2016–2017 year, and this new step has brought a number of wonderful opportunities along with it. I’ve enjoyed traveling to different states, meeting with…

Recently, one of our most popular professional journals, EyeWorld, devoted much of its issue to the benefit of vision correction surgery for military personnel. As a civilian, you may be unaware of the importance placed on vision in military readiness for all branches of service. With the military being a such an important part of our community here in Charleston,…

New study finds LASIK patients who used to wear contact lenses are more satisfied with their vision and remain satisfied over time. When you rely on vision correction to see well, it is important to look into all of your options. Sometimes research can help inform your choice, so we like to share studies we believe have important findings. An…

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