Get the LASIK treatments with the best LASIK technologies
Studies submitted to the FDA have revealed that almost every patient that underwent laser eye treatment with this technology experienced tremendous vision improvement. This technology utilizes several inherent technologies used by NASA. One of them is the WaveScan. This guided technology which is utilized by powerful telescopes such as the Hubble is now used for LASIK eye treatment.
Advanced Customvue Technology – a step in the right direction
A WaveScan captures the unique eye details of the patient, every minute imperfection. The laser technology uses this information and completes a patient-specific treatment to correct the imperfections. The allows the patient to achieve their personal best vision, usually 20/20 or better!
- Advance Customvue Technology treatment takes individualized wave scans and therefore is s truly customized treatment for your unique visual system. This is called a wavefront-guided treatment, true individual customization compared with the wave scan optimized treatment of other lasers which do not consider your wavefront.
- Your night vision is significantly improved. As per reports submitted to the FDA, most patients were very satisfied with the treatment. More patients reported they were very satisfied with their night vision after Advance Customvue treatment compared to before with glasses or contact lenses when treated for mixed astigmatism (CustomVue™ Patient Information Booklet 0030-4671A)
The WaveScan Wavefront System
Given that each person’s vision is unique, the WaveScan Wavefront System is one such technology that detects such attributes in a patient’s eye. The data derived is used to make a wavefront – which is akin to a fingerprint. The WaveScan Wavefront System complements the Advanced CustomVue LASIK treatment. You have an accurate wave scan report that captures your eye details comprehensively.
Iris Registration Technology
There are significant changes to the measurement of the eyes when the patient is sitting up and lying down. When sitting up, the patient’s eye may rotate as opposed to a more stable eye position when lying down. The Iris Registration technology calculates this difference. It determines the measurement taken when the patient is sitting up and lying down and bridges the gap with an accurate analysis. It helps doctors obtain the correct measurement of the eye.