Publications & Articles
The 7th edition of the Ocular Emergencies book, written by Dr.’s Raymond Stein and Rebecca Stein has just been released.
Designed to be a practical guide to the management of ocular emergencies, it presents the clinical principles used at the Bochner Eye Institute’s everyday ophthalmic practice.
The 7th edition has been completely updated, reflecting the advances in diagnostic techniques and therapeutics.
As refractive surgery for the correction of myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia advances, more patients are considering their options to get rid of glasses or contact lenses. In this article Dr. Raymond Stein and Dr. Rebecca Stein provide an overview of the latest options available.
They also provide a detailed discussion of the considerable progress that’s happening in this exciting area of eye care, including clinical advancements and ongoing research.
Dr. Raymond Stein co-authoured this article about a revolutionary new laser procedure to improve vision for patients with late-stage dry advanced macular degeneration.
In this article, Dr. Raymond Stein, Dr. Rebecca Stein and Dr. Ghani Salim provide important updates on procedures and techniques to help patients with keratoconus and other related conditions.
Written by Dr. Raymond Stein and Dr. Rebecca Stein, this detailed article examines the indications, considerations, contraindications, and post-operative complications associated with ICL surgery, as well as new ICLs available in the market such as the EVO ICL and the examination factors that should be taken into consideration when electing for refractive surgery.
At the Bochner Eye Institute, we believe that a surgical procedure is only complete when the patient has achieved the result they’re looking for. That’s why we’ve developed this set of post-operative management guidelines.
Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) is becoming an increasingly popular choice among patients looking to enhance both their distance and near vision. This document covers key patient selection criteria as a guideline for eye doctors.
Part of our surgical philosophy is to track patient outcomes and satisfaction levels. In our latest report on cataract procedures using a trifocal lens, we see satisfaction levels as high as 98.5%.