Newsom Eye Wins 2022 Honorable Mention for Patient Safety in Outpatient Surgery Magazines OR Excellence Awards. Read the full article featuring our Newsom Eye team here.
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
Read all about how Dr. Newsom evaluates the quality of Vision and Visual Outcomes for patients with Bilateral Implantation of a Non-Diffractive Extended Vision Intraocular Lens with a Target of Slight Myopia in the Non-Dominant Eye in a published article in the National Medicine Library. Read more here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35115758/
How Much Better Can Cataract Surgery Get? Developing technology helps surgeons meet the growing demand for near-perfect vision. Cataract surgery used to be a straightforward procedure. In a matter of minutes, surgeons eliminated a patient’s blurred or clouded vision by replacing the eye’s natural lens with a standard IOL. Most patients were thrilled just to
T. Hunter Newsom, MD, puts his full support in the Vivity lens. This lens looks and acts like an aspheric monofocal lens, giving patients excellent quality, distance vision, and functional near-vision with a significant decrease in the need for near correction.
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, among others, to
Vivity Press Release 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 eye also received
With face masks now part of daily life, many people are experiencing foggy eyeglasses and sunglasses. WFTS recently spoke with T. Hunter Newsom, MD, who explained how Newsom Eye Custom LASIK can alleviate the fog and the frustration.
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 ophthalmology
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 the