Creating the premium practice means staying “ahead of the pack” in a number of areas, not the least of which being the technology aspect of ophthalmology.
Anterior Segment OCT Gallery
Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography is one of the most powerful tools for the Corneal Surgeon.
TrueVision brought their 3D video system to the Wills Eye Operating Room. Dr. Lewis performed this DSEK surgery (corneal transplant for Fuchs/Endothelial Dystrophy).
Bilateral Staar Vision ICL's in HD
LASIK no longer has an advantage over Staar's Visian ICL (Intraocular Contact Lens). Nearly half of the ICL's inserted in the US are now being done bilaterally.
LipiFlow for Meibomian gland dysfunction
James S. Lewis, MD, a pioneer in the use of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) for treatment of dry eye in the philadelphia area is now the first practice to receive the Lipiflow System. LipiFlow is a FDA-Approved Dry Eye Treatment Read More
Cataract Surgery without drops.
James S. Lewis, MD of James S. Lewis, MD PC in Elkins Park, PA Dr. Lewis patients are no longer required to purchase or use post-operative eye drops*. This eliminates costly co-pays and a visit to the pharmacy. In addition to cost, patients do not have to worry about timely and sterile instillation of these medications. Read More
Drip: RED EPIC 300 FPS test shoot
by Philip Bloom
The EPIC is a 5K camera, and can shoot a lovely 120 FPS at that, but to get 300 FPS
It’s actually very easy to use. Touch screen menu make everything from frame rate to ISO to shutter speed and much much more all easily accessible via the very intuitive menu but more on that in my next RED post once that shoot it done.