CATALYS Femtosecond Laser
The CATALYS Femtosecond laser uses an image-guidance system to generate a map of the ocular surfaces and mark safety zones in the eye. This information allows our doctors to select and customize treatment according to a patient’s prognosis. It is frequently the preferred method for removing cataracts. The CATALYS ensures our patients are receiving the most accurate and advanced cataract surgery, while at the same time guaranteeing the safety and comfort of our patients throughout the procedure.
Optiwave Refractive Analysis (ORA)
The Optiwave Refractive Analysis (ORA) system is essential for analyzing a patient’s proper and precise strength and measurement for placement of an intraocular lens. Prior to the use of ORA, patients and surgeons had to wait weeks to assess whether the surgical results were accurate. This state-of-the-art device helps patients know that the most ideal implant will be used to custom fit a patient’s vision needs.
CENTURION Vision System
The CENTURION is the latest phacoemulsification technology used in the removal of cataracts and is designed to improve patient outcomes in cataract surgery. The enhanced surgical control and efficiency ensures a smoother procedure. The CENTURION continuously adapts to changing conditions in the eye, provides greater anterior chamber stability during surgery, and optimizes energy technology enabling surgeons to have enhanced fluidic management and surgical precision.
Lumenis Trio Laser
This laser system offers patients safe and effective treatment. The Lumenis has a homogenous laser beam for uniform energy distribution across the laser spot area for precise and safer photocoagulation treatment. Its laser beam guidance system ensures a fine-tuned laser application on targeted tissue. There are Clearview filters with a photopic balanced coating to eliminate color distortion of the treatment site while enhancing white light transmission. The laser has a built-in eye safety filter that protects the user from both the YAG and Photocoagulation laser wavelengths.