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Newsom Eye First in Florida to Implant Innovative Multifocal Progressive Lens

First Clearview Multifocal Progressive Lens Implant

SBL-3 ClearView lens from St. Petersburg Lenstec provides significant visual improvements for distance, intermediate, and near TAMPA, Fla. (August 16, 2022) For those suffering from cataracts, a new innovative technology offered by Tampa Bay’s leading eye doctor, can significantly improve their sight. Today, Dr. T. Hunter Newsom and the Newsom Eye team implanted the first…

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Streamlining High-Volume Cataract Centers

Jay Horowitz, CRNA, and Dana Cowart, COT, recently appeared in Outpatient Surgery Magazine’s September issue to discuss the efficiency and accuracy of Newsom Eye’s high-volume cataract surgeries.  In Outpatient Surgery Magazine’s September issue, Joe Paone, the magazine’s senior associate editor, speaks with Newsom Eye’s Jay Horowitz, CRNA, Dana Cowart, COT, and Susan J. Sawyer, RN,

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6 Developments in Cataract Surgery

COVID-19 is not enough to stop surgical innovation. In his latest contribution to Outpatient Surgery Magazine’s July issue, T. Hunter Newsom, MD, discusses 6 innovations to the field of cataract surgery.  From tools that will assist surgeons during the surgical procedure, to devices that will further correct patients’ vision post-surgery, invention in the field of

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Dr. Newsom’s Fresh Approach

fresh before cataract surgery

In Outpatient Surgery Magazine’s July issue, T. Hunter Newsom, MD, gave his surefire trick on avoiding MKO melts’ questionable taste before cataract surgery. It’s no secret among ophthalmologists (or their cataract surgery patients) that MKO melts – a sublingual sedation comprised of idazolam (3 mg), ketamine HCI (25 mg) and ondansetron (2 mg) – aren’t

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Dr. DeAngelis’ study and article published in Ophthalmic Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Journal

We’re thrilled to share the recent publication of our own Kendra DeAngelis, MD’s study researching and analyzing spontaneous eyelid blinking; Eyelid Spontaneous Blink Analysis and Age-Related Changes Through High-Speed Imaging. By studying 122 patients across several age ranges, Dr. DeAngelis and her cohorts were able to determine that horizontal fissure lengths change with eyelid blinks and

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