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Coming Soon: Australian Vision Convention; 9-10 April 2022

There’s still time to register to attend Australian Vision Convention on the Gold Coast. This year’s program, available to delegates face-to-face or virtually, is jam packed with presentations and interactive workshops, delivered by experts in eye care.

Breakfast: Creating a B.I.G Vision For All with Rodenstock’s New AI Technology

Until recently, almost every spectacle lens manufactured in the world was based on reduced eye models disregarding the eye’s individual biometry. By introducing the Biometric Intelligent Glasses (B.I.G.) concept in 2020, Rodenstock put the individual biometry of the eye into the centre of the lens calculation process.

This year’s program, available to delegates face-to-face or virtually, is jam packed with presentations and interactive workshops, delivered by experts in eye care

Hear more about this at the Saturday breakfast meeting, sponsored by Rodenstock and presented by Dr Dietmar Uttenweiler, Head of Research & Development and Strategic Marketing Lenses Vice President, Rodenstock GmbH München.

IOL technology and the Importance of the Optometrist – Tips and Tricks to Improve Patient Outcomes

This interactive and practical workshop, sponsored by Alcon, will discuss the important role optometrists play in the management and care of cataract surgery patients.

Speakers Simon Allen , Monica Lette, Susan Gaskell, and Jason Holland will review the pre-operative examination and patient selection for PC IOLs, IOL technology, effective post-operative patient management, and counselling as well as establish the importance of managing dry eye at all stages of care.

Patient Experience Through Digital Transformation

Refraction, as a procedure, has remained unchanged for more than 100 years. By removing lens racks and using artificial intelligence, refraction can now be done in a vectorial manner where the sphere, cyl, and axis are modified together and power changes are virtually seamless.

This allows patients to be refracted according to their visual sensitivity which is often <0.25D. The overall distance refractive result is given to 0.01D. Sponsored by Essilor, speakers An Truong and George Amanatidis will explain the process then allow attendees to experience, first-hand, how it works.

Find out more here.

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