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A well-formed anterior chamber is important for obtaining intraoperative aberrometry readings. While viscoelastic is helpful for aphakic measurements, it is cumbersome to use for the pseudophakic measurements. This video describes a simple, reliable method to maintain a nicely formed anterior chamber to allow ease of acquisition of pseudophakic intraoperative aberrometry measurements.