The Hawaiian Ophthalmological Society recently featured Dr. Jonathan Davidorf as a guest speaker at their annual summer meeting. Dr. Davidorf presented advancements in cataract surgery and intraocular lens implants (IOLs). Multifocal and accommodative IOLs, specifically ReSTOR, Crystalens and TECNIS have proven to be excellent options for cataract patients seeking to reduce or eliminate dependence on glasses. Dr. Davidorf also discussed the astigmatism correcting Toric lens implant. Following his presentation, he participated in a panel discussion with three other leading ophthalmologists from around the United States.
The Hawaiian Ophthalmological Society is dedicated to continuing medical education of its members and promoting fellowship among ophthalmologists in the State of Hawaii. The Society participates in several community outreach programs including the National Eye Care Project and Diabetes 2000.
A frequent guest speaker at local, national and international meetings, Dr. Davidorf is a recognized contributor to the advancements in eye care.