Dr Andrea Ang, Dr Tanya Trinh, Dr Nicholas Toalster, Dr Chameen Samarawickrama, Dr Elaine Chong and Dr Ben La Hood, Dr John Hogden
Synopsis: Ophthalmologists are widely trained in an environment where monofocal intraocular lenses (IOL) are the standard of care. However, in private practice, knowledge and expertise in multifocal/extended depth of focus IOLs are increasingly expected by our patients. But where do we go to bridge this gap? Look no further! This session, run by the Younger Fellows Group, aims to cover the basics of understanding multifocal and extended depth of focus IOLs, which eyes are suitable for implantation and which patients would be happy with the outcomes. It is an interactive session featuring presenters who can share their fellowship gained knowledge and experience, in a relaxed, fun environment, designed to engage the audience and allow an open forum
where any question can be asked.
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