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Teleon's Virtual Oktoberfest – now on video!

8 October 2020

Teleon's Virtual Oktoberfest during the ESCRS is now available on video.
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Teleon's Virtual Oktoberfest during the ESCRS is now available on video.

In case you missed our 9th Virtual International User Meeting or if you want to enjoy it once more: Get a cold beer and watch our official Teleon Virtual Oktoberfest video here!


Teleon News Autumn 2020

23 September 2020

Out now: the Teleon ESCRS 2020 newsletter!
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Out now: the Teleon ESCRS 2020 newsletter! You can expect exciting content from the brand new ACUNEX Vario Toric to the Teleon eAcademy, an IOL literature highlight and our social media activities to important information on the virtual ESCRS.

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GERSO free digital training

23 September 2020

We are proud to support the Educational Series of #GERSO - the Global #Education and #Research Society of Ophthalmology.
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We are proud to support the Educational Series of #GERSO - the Global #Education and #Research Society of Ophthalmology. This free digital training is provided by a Global faculty of leading #ophthalmologists. The 2-part training will take part on Saturday 26th September and Sunday 27th September between 1.30 & 5.30 pm GMT. 2.30 - 6.30 BST (London).

Find all #Speakers on the following #GERSO posters:

Poster Cataract | Poster Cornea | Poster Glaucoma | Poster Refractive | Launch Poster


Register here, please.


Virtual Get-together during the ESCRS 2020

21 August 2020

Almost every year (2020 is the exception of the rule), more than six million people clad in tight-fitted bodices and H-shaped suspenders visit Munich
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Almost every year (2020 is the exception of the rule), more than six million people clad in tight-fitted bodices and H-shaped suspenders visit Munich for a traditional festivity known as Oktoberfest proudly branded as the world‘s largest fair.

This year, the impact of COVID-19 is undoubtedly dramatic: no Oktoberfest. Furthermore, ESCRS goes virtual.

If you have spent any time on social media in the last few months, you have inevitably seen a host of breathless articles opining on how “Coronavirus Will Change XYZ Forever.” Maybe, maybe not, because it is also human nature to overcome all obstacles and to break new ground.

Our planned “Mini-Oktoberfest” at our brand-new factory site clashed on numerous levels with the stricter travel regulations, BUT it will not be cancelled. We are going virtual as well:

2nd October 2020

10pm-midnight (Sydney) | 9pm-11pm (Tokyo) | 2pm-4pm (Amsterdam/Berlin) | 8am-10am (New York) | 5am-7am (LA)

Register asap for this unique opportunity because as chance would have it, an “Oktoberfest Surprise-Box*” will be delivered prior the event to your home to really Get-Together.

Registration: If you are interested in participating, please write an e-mail using the reference line “Teleon Oktoberfest” to marketing@teleon-surgical.com to receive your personal invitation.

* Stocks limited, first come, first served.


Teleon News Summer 2020

24 June 2020

Out now: the WOC 2020 Teleon newsletter!
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Out now: the WOC 2020 Teleon newsletter! Here you find information about the new Teleon product portfolio as well as recent scientific publications about IOL.

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Teleon at the Virtual WOC 2020

18 June 2020

Today we would like to inform you about our participation at the 2020 VIRTUAL WOC congress from June 26th to 29th.
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Today we would like to inform you about our participation at the 2020 VIRTUAL WOC congress from June 26th to 29th.

Feel free to visit our virtual booth, inform your customers and join our Video Symposium on “Refractive EDoF IOLs - Setting a higher standard for visual performance and quality” on June 27th 12pm CET. Dr. Detlev Breyer and Dr. Patrick Versace will talk about the EDoF concept and how to provide premium care as new standard. See our flyer for more information.

WOC Registration here


Virtual Teleon LENSAR User Meeting

Join us on June 18th at 6:30 PM Berlin (CET) for our Virtual Teleon LENSAR User Meeting
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Join us on June 18th at 6:30 PM Berlin (CET) for our Virtual #Teleon #LENSAR User Meeting to hear insights and tips from experienced surgeons Prof. Burkhard Dick and Dr. Robert Weinstock on how LENSAR can enhance your cataract practice!

The compelling 90 minute webinar focuses on the unique features of the LENSAR Laser System that makes it the optimal tool in today's surgical environment.

Click here to register.


Teleon at DGII trade fair 2020 in Mainz, Germany

12 February 2020

Visit our booth, C5, and learn everything about our broad product portfolio from our team on site.
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Visit our booth, C5, and learn everything about our broad product portfolio from our team on site.

Our parent company, the Dutch company Teleon Surgical BV, combined all of the group's activities under one brand at the beginning of the year. We are thus standardizing our brand and market presence in Germany under our parent company, the independent manufacturer of our own IOL global brands LENTIS®, FEMTIS® and ACUNEX®, as Teleon Surgical. Moreover, we offer commercial products in Germany, like LENSAR®, ZEPTO® and brand new in our range: TIXEL®.

TIXEL® - Radiation-free technology for eyelid and periorbital treatments
TIXEL® is a novel, non-ablative system that is supported by Novoxel's patented titanium tip technology. The handy device works with direct heat and is completely radiation-free. More information here.

We look forward to your visit in Mainz!
DGII, Mainz, February 13-15, booth C5

ACUNEX® VARIOMAX:LAUNCH @ ESCRS 2019 IN PARIS

17 SEPTEMBER 2019

The ACUNEX® VARIOMAX multifocal lenses for presbyopia corrections combine the optical advantages of multifocal segment optics with 3.0 dpt addition (MAX3)
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The ACUNEX® VARIOMAX multifocal lenses for presbyopia corrections combine the optical advantages of multifocal segment optics with 3.0 dpt addition (MAX3) with those of the state-of-the-art, glistening-free hydrophobic IOL material of the ACUNEX® family of lenses (NoGLIS).

The hydrophobic IOL makes use of the functional design and optical principle of the LENTIS® Mplus MIOL*, which has proven itself in more than 500,000 implantations worldwide for more than 10 years.

The main benefits of these modern, multifocal segment optics is the use of much more light energy when compared to MIOL with diffractive optical ring designs. As a result, reflections, glare / halos or other light phenomena that may occur during twilight or backlight are minimised and vision with higher contrast is maximised for all distances.

Further information is available here.

* LENTIS IOL is a registered trademark and brand of Oculentis B.V., The Netherlands.


DONATION CAMPAIGN AT THE DOC 2019

26 MAY 2019

As in the past two years, ice cream - and this year popcorn, too - was diligently distributed for charity at the shared booth of Oculentis & Teleon ...
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As in the past two years, ice cream - and this year popcorn, too - was diligently distributed for charity at the shared booth of Oculentis & Teleon. A total of nearly 1,000 € in donations was collected and, once more, we matched and doubled it to reach 2,000.00 €. On the trade fair’s last day, Mark Lansu, Managing Director of OSD Medical GmbH, handed over the full donations box to Jonathan, who had travelled to Nuremberg with his family specifically for this occasion. Jonathan's family has been volunteering for the BEBSK e.V. (Bundesvereinigung Eltern blinder und sehbehinderter Kinder e.V. - a federal association of blind and visually impaired children) for many years.

Jonathan proudly accepted the full donation box on behalf of BEBSK e.V. from OSD Medical Chief Mark Lansu himself.

Almost every cent still benefits the children directly at the association that was founded in 1995. That has been convincing us to use the DOC forum for two years now to draw attention to the small association of volunteers, which is financed exclusively through donations and grants and a few members’ fees. And so while in the course of this year's donations the funds collected were slightly lower than last year's, we still managed to double the result in 2017. The donations were collected directly at the Oculentis booth in mobile donation boxes as well as the large donation box at the ice cream truck.

The BEBSK e.V. (Bundesvereinigung Eltern blind- und sehbehinderter Kinder e.V.) is an association of parents who have made it their task to share their experiences with other affected persons and to support them in all situations of life. Since 1995, these families have been involving themselves as volunteers to ‘help others to help themselves’ and give affected families hope for a bright future. By now, nearly 900 permanent members are organised in this small association.

The federal association sees itself as an initial point of contact for families and helps those affected individually and as a community. The focus always lies on blind or severely visually impaired children, for whom, among other things, the members organise cross-regional weekends full of sports and musical activities, family excursions to high-ropes courses in forests or farm visits. The aim is to counteract the permanent risk of exclusion and isolation of families and children. Furthermore, the work is directed at strengthening and supporting parents in their knowledge and position by offering seminars on legal matters or special techniques for the blind.

The BEBSK and OSD Medical GmbH would like to take this opportunity to once again thank all donors who helped achieve this great result on site!

 

Contact information for the BEBSK e.V.:
E-mail (office): geschaeftsstelle@bebsk.de

Further information about BEBSK:
www.bebsk.de


EXPERIENCE THE ADVANTAGES ZEPTO® ASSISTED CAPSULUTOMY!

24 MAY 2019

ZEPTO® is an innovative capsulotomy system with a disposable hand component and functional tip that creates a stable and circular capsulotomy in milliseconds …
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ZEPTO® is an innovative capsulotomy system with a disposable hand component and functional tip that creates a stable and circular capsulotomy in milliseconds.

The tip consists of a small, transparent and soft silicone suction ring that contains the round nitinol capsulotomy element. This is manufactured with micrometer precision to achieve a uniform, 360-degree capsule opening.

Nitrinol is a super elastic alloy that can be deformed in such a manner that it can be gently inserted through a small incision in the cornea to then be returned to its original round shape in the anterior chamber.

An how does ZEPTO® work?

Step 1: The capsulotomy tip is stretched and gently inserted into the anterior chamber through the incision.
Step 2: The surgeon retracts the slider on the hand piece, allowing the element in the anterior chamber to return to its original shape. The suction ring then either centres on the pupil’s middle or on the fixation line of the patient.
Step 3: After the desired positioning, the nitinol ring is sucked through the silicone ring to the lens capsule with controlled negative pressure.
Step 4: The capsulotomy process is initiated on the surgeon's order. The suction ring is then released from the anterior capsule and the ZEPTO® tip is retracted from the anterior chamber.


This makes the ZEPTO® capsulotomy system a perfect addition and basis for the FEMTIS® IOL family (mono focal / EDOF / toric). The circular capsulorhexis produced in this manner is ideal to enclave the modern FEMTIS® IOL system.

Further information is available here.


LENTIS® COMFORT – THE RESCUE AFTER MIOL EXPLANTATION

20 May 2019

IOL case study by Patrick Versace, MD

In the last ten years we have witnessed the growing popularity and range of multifocal IOLs …
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IOL case study by Patrick Versace, MD


In the last ten years we have witnessed the growing popularity and range of multifocal IOLs.

Nevertheless, conventional MIOLs in particular, with rotationally symmetrical, diffractive optical systems, are associated with side effects such as reduced contrast sensitivity, increased visual aberrations, halos, glare and negative dysphotopsia. In some cases, patients feel so disturbed by these occurrences that they decide to have an IOL replacement.

Replacing a multifocal IOL with LENTIS® Comfort can help prevent postoperative problems with dysphotopsia and glare. The present case study shows that patients who are dissatisfied with the visual results after the implantation of a conventional multifocal IOL can greatly benefit from an IOL replacement with a LENTIS® Comfort, as the latter virtually guarantees an expanded field of vision without photic phenomena.

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