Speaking | Hawaiian Eye 2012

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in Engagements

January 20, 2012 (Maui, HI)   Speaking | Hawaiian Eye 2012 Shareef’s Topic: “Marketing of Premium Cataract Surgery”   “As the field of ophthalmology constantly changes, so will Hawaiian Eye’s program content. In 2012, we’ll take your skills to the next level and explain how to incorporate cutting-edge procedures into your practice, such as femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery and combined cataract and glaucoma procedures. In addition to today’s hot topics, you’ll receive a comprehensive update on every aspect of your practice, including...

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Future Growth in LASIK: Understanding and Reaching Generation Y

Posted by on Mar 7, 2008 in Article, Published Works

Future Growth in LASIK: Understanding and Reaching Generation Y

Since its commercial introduction to the US in 1995, Laser Vision Correction has evolved significantly in terms of technology and technique. Today, refractive surgeons agree that the procedure now available to consumers, called the iLASIK™ procedure(the combination of the Advanced CustomVue® Procedure and the IntraLase® Method of flap creation), is far superior to the technology and technique used in the first years following the initial FDA approval… Tags: surgeons, Technology, Vision Correction, Vision, Laser Vision Correction, Refractive Surgeons, Procedure, LASIK, surgery,...

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Putting the “ing” in Refractive Surgery

Posted by on Sep 21, 2007 in Article, Published Works

Putting the “ing” in Refractive Surgery

A technique for enhancing the patient experience. Tornado chasing. Race car driving. Hot-air ballooning. Spelunking. Cattle driving. Heli-hiking. Puffin birding. White-water rafting. What these activities have in common is that they are all adventures available to you (for a fee)… Tags: surgery, Technique, Experiences, consumers, Refractive surgery, patient Download the full article   ...

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CK: Worth a Second Look?

Posted by on Nov 4, 2005 in Article, Published Works

CK: Worth a Second Look?

Conductive keratoplasty and its role as a primary and a rescue procedure. This is the second in a series of articles that highlights results from market studies on topics of interest to refractive surgeons. These studies comprise original research conducted by SM2 Consulting of Pleasanton, California. refractive surgery has evolved beyond the era when it was defined by a single procedure such as RK and then LASIK. Today, there are laser and non laser corneal treatments and the first of many IOLs for lenticular treatments… Tags: surgeons, Refractive Surgeons, patient, Technique,...

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