Lens helps bridge gap after surgery

Barrere, Michele
March 1996
Ophthalmology Times;3/25/96, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
Features a new soft lens design that mimics the topography of the post-refractive eye that allows for a better fit than traditional contacts. Comments from ophthalmologists who used the soft lens in their patients; Comparison of the soft lens with its predecessors; Comments from the beneficiaries of the technology.


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