Vivity Press Release from Newsom Eye

Vivity Press Release August 27, 2020 On June 23, 2020, T. Hunter Newsom, MD and the Newsom Eye team implanted the first FDA approved Vivity Intraocular Lens (IOL) in the United States. The Vivity IOL is implanted immediately after cataract removal during cataract surgery. With an excellent outcome from the first surgery the patients second…

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…

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…

Light Adjustable Lens Cataract Surgery at Newsom Eye

With T. Hunter Newsom, MD, being a principal investigator with the FDA for the RxSight™ Light Adjustable Lens, Newsom Eye is the obvious decision when deciding where to have cataract surgery performed. Newsom Eye, already known for amazing outcomes, is now also the home for the most accurate refractive results in the history of cataract…

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…

Dr. Srivastava first doctor in Tampa Bay area to implant Ahmed ClearPath valve

New World Medical has introduced a new, valveless glaucoma drainage device, the Ahmed ClearPath, that simplifies tube shunt procedures for surgeons and offers another treatment option for patients seeking treatment. We are proud to report that Newsom Eye’s own Dr. Vinita Srivastava was the first glaucoma surgeon in the Tampa area to implant the Ahmed…

Newsom Eye Awarded 2019 Business of the Year

Newsom Eye is proud to announce that their South Tampa location has been honored with the 2019 Large Business of the Year Award. This award, presented by the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce, recognizes and honors the members who have demonstrated leadership, positive growth, development, and integrity in operation as a business, as well as…

Newsom Eye Recently Relocated its South Tampa Office to Better Suit the Needs of Patients

Newsom Eye transferred its South Tampa office to a new state-of-the-art facility, located at 113 South Armenia Avenue. This new facility is 17,000 square feet, features multiple examination and diagnostic rooms, has a brand new optical shop, and is well equipped for optimal patient flow and satisfaction. Newsom Eye offers its patients the latest in laser-assisted…

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