Publications & Books

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Published Book Chapters

  • 1.
    Hipsley A, Rocha KM, David M, Hall B. Laser Scleral Microablation Procedure. In The Fifth Wave: Surgical Treatment for Presbyopia: Slack Incorporated New Jersey; 2018:133-142.
  • 2.
    Hipsley A, McDonald M. Laser scleral matrix microexcisions (LaserACE/erbium YAG laser). In: Pallikaris IG, Plainis S, Charman WN, eds. Presbyopia: origins, effects, and treatment. NJ, USA: Slack Incorporated New Jersey; 2012:219-225.
  • 3.
    Hipsley A, Dementiev D. The LaserAce procedure: A revolutionary surgical approach for restoring accommodation in the aging eye. In: Ashok G, ed. Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Ophthalmic Surgery: Jaypee Brothers; 2009.
  • 4.
    Hipsley A, Dementiev D. VisioDynamics Theory: A Biomechanical Application for the Aging Eye and LaserAceTM Natural Vision Restoration. In: Ashok G, K MC, E HJ, Roberto P, eds. Mastering the Techniques of Corneal Refractive Surgery: Jaypee Brothers Pvt Ltd; 2006:490-506.
  • 5.
    Hipsley A, Dementiev D. VisioDynamics Theory: A Biomechanical Application for the Aging Eye and LaserACE Natural Vision Restoration. In: Pinelli Roberto GA, Dementiev Dimitrii, Pallikaris Ioannis G, ed. Step by Step Corneal Refractive Surgery (Techniques and Technology): Jaypee Brothers; 2006:384-424.
  • 6.
    Hipsley A, Dementiev D. VisioDynamics Theory: A Biomechanical Application for the Aging Eye and Laser ACE Natural Vision Restoration. In: Garg Ashok DD, Urzua Guillermo Avalos, Pinelli Roberto, ed. Step by Step Innovations in Presbyopia Management: Jaypee Brothers; 2006:264-309.
  • 7.
    Hipsley A, Dementiev D. VisioDynamics Theory: A Biomechanical Application for the Aging Eye and LaserACE Natural Vision Restoration. In: Garg Ashok HJE, Piovella Matteo, Pinelli Roberto, ed. Mastering the Techniques of Presbyopia Surgery: Jaypee Brothers; 2006:317-333.

Press Coverage

  • 1.

    Laser scleral microporation proposed as accommodation restoration therapy
    Ophthalmology Times - June 1, 2018
    Laird Harrison

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  • 2.

    True Accommodation Ability Persists Over Long Term
    Ophthalmology Times - June 1, 2018
    Shilpa D. Rose, MD

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  • 3.

    Advances in the Surgical Correction of Presbyopia
    International Ophthalmology Update

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    The Final Cut: Surgical Correction of Presbyopia
    Are we close to replicating accommodation without compromise?
    By Andrea Crabb, OD, and Ronald Krueger, MD
    Review of Corneal & Contact Lenses November 2014

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    Surgical Correction of Presbyopia: A Focus on New Techniques
    Ophthalmology Rounds 2014. Volume 10, Issue 6
    Raymond Stein, MD, FRCSC, Rebecca Stein BSc, MBCHB

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    Scleral crosslinking mimics age-related ocular rigidity
    Ophthalmology Times - October 15, 2013
    AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD

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    CSCRS on Presbyopia: An Overview on the “final frontier” June 2013
    Sheri L. Rowen MD

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  • 8.

    Eye World Asia-Pacific
    The pioneer spirit: Unmapped presbyopia correction territories
    Marguerite McDonald, MD, FACS

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  • 9.

    Accommodative laser procedure en route to clinical trials
    The LaserACE procedure to restore accommodation is entering a Canadian trial in December.
    Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, October 25, 2011

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  • 10.

    OPHTHALMOLOGY NEWS: Illuminating LaserACE
    February 2008 By Matt Young Eye World Contributing Editor    
    New procedure holds accommodative promise

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  • 11.

    LaserACE presbyopia procedure shows stable results over time
    February 13, 2008

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Note: LaserACE® is not yet FDA approved or available in the United States. It is currently in clinical trials only in select areas outside of the United States.

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