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    VIDEO: Ace Vision Group provides update on presbyopia laser development

    SAN FRANCISCO — In this Healio Video Perspective from Eyecelerator@AAO, AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD, and Alex Lopez of Ace Vision Group provide an update on the development of the VisioLite ophthalmic laser for presbyopia. The company is in a Series B2 round of funding.

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    Ace Vision Group Names Rob Kissling, MD, as Chief Medical Officer

    Ace Vision Group announced that it has named Rob Kissling, MD, as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Kissling has more than 20 years of experience integrating clinical development, medical strategy, and business planning to develop and commercialize devices and medicines for ophthalmology. His tenure has included companies such as Pharmacia, Pfizer, and Novartis. Most recently, he …

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    Ace Vision Group Adds Four Ophthalmologists to Medical Advisory Board; Launches New Corporate and Medical Affairs Websites

    Ace Vision Group announced the addition of Cathleen McCabe, MD;  James Katz, MD; Ehsan Sadri, MD; and Dagny Zhu, MD, to its medical advisory board. These prominent ophthalmologists will contribute expertise to advance the development and implementation of novel solutions for eye health, specifically Laser Scleral Microporation (LSM), a laser therapeutic designed to rejuvenate the …

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    Dynamic range of focus recovery in presbyopes after laser scleral microporation

    While considered by many to be a “normal process of aging,” the loss of the dynamic focusing function of the eye, presbyopia, is a progressive disease of ocular aging. Presbyopia affects approximately 1.8 billion people globally.1 Estimated global annual productivity losses are approximately 0.037% of the global gross domesticproduct in presbyopic adults less than 65 years …

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    New-generation software further improves precision of laser scleral microporation

    VIENNA — In this Healio Video Perspective from the ESCRS meeting, Luca Gualdi, MD, speaks about the latest advances in laser scleral microporation. Laser scleral microporation (LSM, Ace Vision Group) is a treatment that restores accommodation in presbyopic patients by uncross-linking the scleral tissue that becomes stiff with age. It does so by performing arrays of micropores in …

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    Laser scleral microporation: Unique method to treat presbyopia goes back to basics

    Laser scleral microporation is a unique therapeutic solution for presbyopia that goes back to basics, rejuvenating the eye and restoring the natural dynamic mechanism of accommodation and disaccommodation. “Nature frequently develops dynamic processes, which work well for most individuals for the first 40 or 50 years of life but then, because of changes in the intrinsic …

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    Ace Vision Group Names Rob Kissling, MD, as Chief Medical Officer

    Ace Vision Group announced that it has named Rob Kissling, MD, as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Kissling has more than 20 years of experience integrating clinical development, medical strategy, and business planning to develop and commercialize devices and medicines for ophthalmology. His tenure has included companies such as Pharmacia, Pfizer, and Novartis. Most recently, he …

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    Ace Vision Group Adds Four Ophthalmologists to Medical Advisory Board; Launches New Corporate and Medical Affairs Websites

    Ace Vision Group announced the addition of Cathleen McCabe, MD;  James Katz, MD; Ehsan Sadri, MD; and Dagny Zhu, MD, to its medical advisory board. These prominent ophthalmologists will contribute expertise to advance the development and implementation of novel solutions for eye health, specifically Laser Scleral Microporation (LSM), a laser therapeutic designed to rejuvenate the …

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    Dynamic range of focus recovery in presbyopes after laser scleral microporation

    While considered by many to be a “normal process of aging,” the loss of the dynamic focusing function of the eye, presbyopia, is a progressive disease of ocular aging. Presbyopia affects approximately 1.8 billion people globally.1 Estimated global annual productivity losses are approximately 0.037% of the global gross domesticproduct in presbyopic adults less than 65 years …

    read more

    Laser scleral microporation: Unique method to treat presbyopia goes back to basics

    Laser scleral microporation is a unique therapeutic solution for presbyopia that goes back to basics, rejuvenating the eye and restoring the natural dynamic mechanism of accommodation and disaccommodation. “Nature frequently develops dynamic processes, which work well for most individuals for the first 40 or 50 years of life but then, because of changes in the intrinsic …

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    Ace Vision Group to Present Nine New Sets of Scientific Data Focused on Laser Scleral Microporation at the ESCRS Annual Meeting

    Ace Vision Group (AVG) announced it will present nine sets of research on the effectiveness of Laser Scleral Microporation (LSM) at the annual congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS).  LSM is an ultra-minimally invasive procedure with a novel therapeutic approach to treating the aging eye. 

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    Dynamic Range of Focus of the Eye: Understanding Biomechanics and Kinematics: Part 1

    A PRIMARY FOCUS IN OPHthalmic health care has been on providing solutions to help our patients “see” more clearly and curtail the effects of uncurable age-related eye diseases, such as presbyopia, cataracts, glau-coma, and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The eye contains more than 2 million working parts and is considered the second most complex organ …

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    VIDEO: Ace Vision Group provides update on presbyopia laser development

    SAN FRANCISCO — In this Healio Video Perspective from Eyecelerator@AAO, AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD, and Alex Lopez of Ace Vision Group provide an update on the development of the VisioLite ophthalmic laser for presbyopia. The company is in a Series B2 round of funding.

    read more

    New-generation software further improves precision of laser scleral microporation

    VIENNA — In this Healio Video Perspective from the ESCRS meeting, Luca Gualdi, MD, speaks about the latest advances in laser scleral microporation. Laser scleral microporation (LSM, Ace Vision Group) is a treatment that restores accommodation in presbyopic patients by uncross-linking the scleral tissue that becomes stiff with age. It does so by performing arrays of micropores in …

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    Laser scleral microporation helps turn back the clock for presbyopic eyes

    VIENNA — In this Healio Video Perspective from the ESCRS meeting, Robert Ang, MD, shares his results with laser scleral microporation for the treatment of presbyopia. He explains the rationale of laser scleral microporation (Ace Vision Group), how it is performed, and the advantages of a treatment that does not interfere with the visual axis and allows the …

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    ESCRS 2023: Presbyopia treatment with microporation therapeutic technology by Ace Vision Group

    AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD, Founder and CEO of Ace Vision Group, met with Ophthalmology Times Europe at the 2023 European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons to discuss Ace Vision Group’s microporation therapeutic technology, used to treat presbyopia.

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    Data show higher patient expectations for presbyopia laser therapy among women

    MARCO ISLAND, Fla. — In this Healio Video Perspective, AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD, discusses data that compared the patient-reported satisfaction levels of women and men with presbyopia after laser scleral microporation therapy. “Interestingly enough, we had more women than men, about twice as many women in the study, and women were more demanding with their satisfaction than men,” …

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    VESA prediction tool could help guide presbyopia treatment

    NEW ORLEANS — In this Healio Video Perspective from the ARVO meeting, AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD, founder and CEO of Ace Vision Group, speaks about the Virtual Eye Simulation Analyzer, a device with predictive diagnostic capabilities. VESA uses ray tracing technology to analyze lens changes and biomechanics related to accommodation and disaccommodation, visualizing them in virtual reality and predicting …

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