Geuder Pre-Loaded Cannula: Simplify Your DMEK Procedure

Presented by Brandon D. Ayres, M.D.

Join us for our latest free webinar series as Dr. Brandon Ayres demonstrates using the new Geuder Pre-Loaded Glass Cannula and explains why he’s such a fan of the device.

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Watch how the Geuder Pre-Loaded Glass Cannula can improve and simplify your DMEK procedures.

✓ See how using this innovative device saves time in the OR.

 

Meet the Presenter: Brandon D. Ayres, M.D.
Dr. Brandon Ayres has been part of the Cornea Service at the Wills Eye Hospital since 2005, and has been part of Ophthalmic Partners since 2007. He serves as an Assistant Surgeon at Wills Eye Hospital and is an instructor at Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University. He currently has staff privileges at Wills Eye Hospital, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and Virtua Health System in South Jersey.

Dr. Ayres is an active participant in resident and fellow education and in clinical research. In his first year as an Attending on the Cornea Service, he became the youngest recipient of the Golden Apple Award at Wills Eye. He continues to lecture nationally and internationally at numerous academic conferences. One of his publications was selected as a “Best of Session” at the American Academy of Ophthalmology for 2013. Dr. Ayres is a member of the ASCRS Complex Cataract Committee.

Dr. Ayres is board certified in ophthalmology and specializes in all forms of corneal transplantation including full thickness corneal transplants, Descemets’ stripping endothelial keratoplasty (DSEK), deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK), and keratoprosthesis. He was the first person at Wills Eye Hospital to perform Descemets’ membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK). He also has an interest in repair of traumatic eye injuries and anterior segment repair. Dr. Ayres performs all types of refractive and cataract surgery including LASIK, phakic lens surgery for myopia, and multifocal intraocular lenses. As a corneal specialist, Dr. Ayres also treats all forms of infectious diseases of the eye and ocular surface disease (dry eye).