Yesterday we featured a video (1808) from a highly experienced cataract surgeon (the father) who did a horizontal chop technique without viscoelastic, instead using the anterior chamber maintainer. Our surgeon today is the son who has performed about 500 cataract surgeries and he does it differently than his father. A primary differentiating factor is that the son uses viscoelastic to protect the ocular structures. Both the case today (the son) and the case from yesterday (the father) are about the same duration of 5 minutes. The visual outcomes are also similar. Watch this video today (the son) and then the video from yesterday (the father) and tell me which do you prefer? Leave a comment below please!