Full-function vitreoretinal system with complete posterior segment (cataract extraction) and anterior segment procedure capabilities (vitrectomies).
The PUREPOINT Laser is indicated for use in photocoagulation of both anterior and posterior segments of the eye including:
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Choroidal Neovascularization (secondary to age –related macular degenerations)
- Leaking Microaneurysms
- Retina Detachments
- Iridotomy/Iridectomy (in glaucoma cases)
- Trabeculoplasty (for chronic/primary open angle and refractory glaucoma)
The ALCON WAVELIGHT BIOGRAPH (LenStar) provides accurate laser measurements and IOL prediction for every section of the eye (from cornea to the retina), for any patient.
In a single measurement LenStar provides:
- Axial length(from all the optical structures, from cornea to the retina)
- Keratometry measurements
- Pachymetry measurements
- Corneal curvature
- White-to-white measurement
In conclusion, LenStar provides us with an accurate IOL prediction necessary in cataract surgeries.
With a number of 70.000 A Scans per second, AngioVue is the fastest and latest SPECTRAL Domain OCT. Also the only device that captures the dynamic motion of the erythrocytes (red blood cells) and allows a 3D visualization of the vasculature of the retina.
AngioVue provides a unique combination of five components:
- A fast spectral-domain OCT (70.000 A Scans /sec)
- A Patented motion correction technology- MCT
- A SSADA technology (Split Spectrum Amplitude Decorrelation Angiography)
- CUDA parallel processing architecture
- Patented enface visualization of 3D OCT data
Unlike other imaging methods AngioVue allows, without blurring or obscuring effects, a visualization of vasculature within specific layers of the retina. Also is a non-invasive and non-mydriatic technique for evaluating physiologic components of the retina.
An automated measurement system, also ideal for progressive lenses, prism and PD lenses’ measurements.
It consists the only diagnostic device in Greece that enables the measuring of light scattering in the eye, individually and reliably.
Cassini offers a full suite of cornea examinations even in cornea cases where abnormality, loss of transparency and scars are presented. It also helps cataract surgeons to improve outcomes through understanding corneal properties required for toric and multifocal IOL implantation. Moreover it includes corneal topography, mesopic and photopic pupillometry as well as full color image for diagnostic purposes.
The SL990 Slit Lamp by CSO is a top diagnostic system ideal for both, anterior and posterior section, examination. It includes a slit lamp with a led light than provides excellent anterior segment images and a HD camera with versatile patient database management software.
This device is used to evaluate the endothelial cells in number and shape whenever this is necessary. It is used mostly prior cataract surgeries, when there is a suspicious change in the cornea thickness and where inheritance cornea diseases appear.
This tonometer is our standard instrument for measuring the intraocular pressure (IOP). It is easy accessible and accurate.
This device is the first optical biometer providing accurate and fast measurements of the axial length, cornea keratometries, Anterior chamber depth calculation and it can be used to provide the intraocular possible lenses that a cataract-surgeon needs in a variety of A-constants.
Intense pulsed light (IPL) is a technology used by cosmetic and medical practitioners to perform various skin treatments for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes. IPL is also used in ophthalmology, to treat evaporative dry eye disease due to meibomian gland dysfunction and lately to treat a variety of retinal conditions including age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy and possibly others. This is also known as low level laser therapy, Photobiomodulation (PBM).
The KXL II System performs a procedure called PiXL™ (Photorefractive Intrastromal Cross-Linking) which has the potential to deliver non-surgical correction of myopia, and improve cataract surgery outcomes. It is designed to deliver specific light patterns with different energy per pattern to the cornea based on the patient's own topography.
The KXL I System performs Accelerated Cross-Linking for patients with keratoconus and post refractive surgery ectasia and LASIK Xtra ® , which enhances the corneal biomechanical integrity after LASIK surgery.
This microscope is considered to be one of the most accurate and HD view field surgical devices.
The LenSx® femtosecond laser utilizes a beam of laser light to create the necessary incisions for cataract surgery. An advanced computer-guidance system, directs the laser over the eye to provide the most precise and accurate individual results for cornea incisions, lens fragmentation and capsulorhexis. It also be able to better manage astigmatism than other types of cataract surgery. After the LenSx® femtosecond laser procedure is complete and the cataract has been removed, the surgeon will place a refractive lens implant (IOL) inside the eye to improve your vision.
This device also offers surgeons greater flexibility from cataract refractive surgery to customized flap creation. It provides increased surgical options and a blade-free procedure with a flap creation in 15 seconds or less.
Moria Microkeratome LSK-2 is an accurate device that allows the creation of flap during the refractive surgery. It provides us with 83-200um flaps and our team also use it to prepare the cornea tissue during DSAEK surgery.
This device provides ocular disease diagnosis from the anterior segment to the choroid. RTVue is an ultra-high speed, high resolution optical coherence tomography (OCT) retina, optic disc and anterior segment scanner. The ultra-high speed and high resolution features enable the FD-OCT to visualize the retinal tissue with ultra-high clarity in a fraction of seconds, including dense 3D cubes of data that can be dissected to visualize individual retinal layers in an en face view, and thickness maps with normative comparison. It also gives physicians assess to the nerve fiber layer thickness, ganglion cell complex thickness, and a range of parameters on the optic disc. Anterior segment OCT further gives you the ability to visualize cross sections of the cornea, see and measure corneal angles and measure corneal thickness over multiple visits.
Optos is an ultra-widefield retinal imaging that enables eyecare professionals to examine and treat ocular pathology that may first present in the periphery - pathology, which may go undetected using traditional examination techniques and equipment.
It provides high-resolution retinal imaging with more than 80% or 200˚ of the retina in a single capture. Optos imaging modalities are color, red-free, choroidal and autofluorescence.
This is an instrument for measuring the retinal visual acuity behind a cataract or other opacity. PAM projects a Snellen visual acuity chart or number chart into the eye via a narrow beam of light bypassing the scattering caused by the rest of the cataract, which allows us to have an accurate measurement of the retinal acuity.
This device provides us with a good view of the fundus in order to make a sufficient assessment, offering a 25º field of view, resulting in a view of the fundus that's 5X greater than you see with a standard ophthalmoscope in an undilated eye.
Pentacam analyzes the entire anterior segment of the eye, measuring mostly the thickness and the curvature both of anterior and posterior cornea. It uses the Scheimpflug principle as it rotates the surface of the eye, taking up to 50 scans in 2 seconds. Reports of cornea pachymetry, maps front and back cornea, corneal power for normal, post refractive and abnormal surfaces. Moreover, it offers a sensitive detection of thinning disorders (IHA, IHD, Fourier Analysis Display, Corneal Wavefront and Zernike analysis of the total cornea etc.) It is used also to detect early keratoconus and it is applied in nearly all of our patients.
Pentacam HD analyzes the entire anterior segment of the eye, measuring mostly the thickness and the curvature both of anterior and posterior cornea. It uses the Scheimpflug principle as it rotates the surface of the eye, taking up to 50 scans in 2 seconds. Reports of cornea pachymetry, maps front and back cornea, corneal power for normal, post refractive and abnormal surfaces. Moreover, it offers a sensitive detection of thinning disorders (IHA, IHD, Fourier Analysis Display, Corneal Wavefront and Zernike analysis of the total cornea etc.) It is used also to detect early keratoconus and it is applied in nearly all of our patients.
This device is also connected to the Wavelight® laser system-Wavenet, which enables us to transfer automatically data from the Pentacam device to the Wavelight Refractive Suite database.
This phoropter is a reliable device to investigate refractive errors. It is simple to use and its best quality single parts make the examination even easier.
The CV-5000 Automated Vision Tester has fast lens rotation, which provides comfort for both user and patient. Its small optical head enhances patient communication and comfort. It is simple to use and its best quality single parts make the examination even easier.
This device is extremely flexible, allowing the examiner to elicit and measure both the pupil-light and pupil-accommodation reflexes in a single capture. It has 3 illumination levels: Scotopic (0.04 lux), Mesopic Low (0.4 lux) Mesopic high (4.0 lux) + Off. It is also included as a major examination test in our pre operation routine.
This portable device is used to assess macular function behind the media opacities caused by cataract or posterior capsular opacification, which may help eye specialists to give a more accurate estimate of postoperative acuity results. It combines three basic optical principles : small aperture pinhole, correct visual angle and bright illumination.
Heidelberg Retinal Tomography is a diagnostic device (confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope) that provides us with a precise observation and documentation of the optic nerve head, essential for the diagnosis and management of glaucoma. The HRT image (3-D) can be used to compute things such as the area of the optic disc, the volume of the cup, and the area of the rim around the cup and gives us the ability to compare each scan with a similar one in past and future. All of the above can also be used in retina examination.
Lensmeter SLM 4000 has easy lens plate that allows you to automatically check whether the lens is a progressive lens or not. FAR POINT and NEAR POINT prescription can be easily measured by directions and a graph display on a LCD screen appears.
This slit lamp biomicroscope is intended for use in eye examination. It is used to aid in the diagnosis and documentation of diseases or trauma, which affect the structural properties of the eye. The high light transmission and optical quality, together with the large ocular field of view, ensure a superb clinical view and allow for a more comfortable examination, even under difficult light conditions.
The Speedy iK model combines both keratometer and autorefractometer measurements and we widely use it in our daily exam routine. Its measurement range for sphere is from -20.0D to +23.0D and for cylinder +/- 12.0D axis 1-180 degrees.
This model combines both keratometer and autorefractometer measurements and we widely use it in our daily exam routine. Due to its more accurate and fast readings there is less chance of eye movement and accommodation.
An Ideal for pre- and post-op cataract, refractive surgery and clinical trials screening device. It includes contrast sensitivity tests in 4 lighting conditions (day & night, with & without glare) with an optional software that illustrates real-world image of patients’ results.
This tonometer is a fully ergonomic, ready-to-use and calibration free device that provides fast, accurate, and reliable IOP measurements.
The CV-3000 Phoropter has fast lens rotation, which provides comfort for both user and patient. Its small optical head enhances patient communication and comfort. It is simple to use and its best quality single parts make the examination even easier.
The B-scan Ultrasonography technology allows the operator to obtain ultrasound images of the patient's eye, applied on the outside of the closed eyelid, offers two-dimensional cross-sectional view of the eye as well as the orbit. It can offers accurately view of the lens, choroid, sclera, vitreous and retina, which helps in diagnosing retinal detachment. The optional A-scan Biometry and B-Biometry features are used to perform axial length measurements, and with the data it can calculate the patient's IOL power requirements.
This is an exceptional corneal toporaphywhich provides us with a complete spectrum of optical measurements, data analysis and image representations. It gives us automatic keratoconus recognition, Zernike and Fourier analysis, automatic eye recognition OD/OS and Pupil center shift function over multiple lighting conditions. Due to its special reports on decentrations, keratoconus, astigmatism and tilt it is used in topography-guided procedures.
This device is also connected to the Wavelight® laser system-Wavenet, which enables us to transfer automatically data from the VARIO device to the Wavelight Refractive Suite database.
The Analyser can be used for screening, monitoring and assisting in the diagnosis of certain eye conditions mostly affect the visual field. There are numerous testing protocols to select (10-2, 24-2, 30-2, SITA-Standard or Fast), based on the purpose and the condition (neuro-ophthalmic conditions, retinal, macula and glaucoma). Before putting the patient onto the machine, the requirements of the test itself are clearly explained. The patient is instructed to maintain fixation on the central target and is given a buzzer to only press when they see a light stimulus. It is important for the patient to blink normally, relax and maintain concentration throughout the test. This will increase the reliability of results
This device measures the complete optics of the eye and calculates the individual wavefront aberrations. The successful treatment of vision disorders requires accurate diagnosis and despite the difficulty to take reliable results in cases like lens opacity, haze, floaters or keratoconus it delivers correct data for such eyes.
This device measures the complete optics of the eye and calculates the individual wavefront aberrations. The successful treatment of vision disorders requires accurate diagnosis and despite the difficulty to take reliable results in cases like lens opacity, haze, floaters or keratoconus it delivers correct data for such eyes. Moreover, it takes vessel images of the sclera through additional green light illumination.
This device is also connected to the Wavelight® laser system-Wavenet, which enables us to transfer automatically data from the Wavefront Analyzer II device to the Wavelight Refractive Suite database
This device is Wavelight’s newest edition and the upgraded version of Allegretto Wave IQ400 Hz, which runs at a speed of 500 Hz with an average treatment time of approximately 1.4 seconds/diopter. The most interesting aspect of EX500 are its wireless connectivity features with the Wavelight’s refractive suite and the diagnostic devices such as VARIO, Wavefront Analyzer and Pentacam HD.
EX500 excimer laser is the fastest refractive surgery platform available worldwide. Features such as Wavefront Optimized®, Wavefront-Guided® and the innovative StreamLight® treatment combined with customized pupil-center and apex centration options allows surgeons to expand their refractive treatment capabilities. It offers safety and exceptional precision through its hypersensitive eye tracking system (2milliseonds of latency and dynamic pupil tracking 1,5-8,0 mm)
This device is also connected to the Wavelight® laser system-Wavenet, which enables us to transfer automatically data from the Wavelight EX500 device to the Wavelight Refractive Suite database
Laservision team was the first recognized team that used this innovative technology worldwide.
Ergonomically optimized to combine with the WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser within the WaveLight® Refractive Suite, the WaveLight® FS200 Femtosecond Laser is designed to provide both the surgeon’s practice and patients with an impressive standard of precision and reliability. With a short “suction on” to “suction off” time, the system enables standard flap creation in approximately 6.0 seconds. Additionally to circular and custom-shape flap parameters it includes intracorneal ring segments, lamellar and penetrating keratoplasties.
The applanation cone enables a flat applanation, leading to consistent, stable energy, a reduced standard deviation, planar flaps and a minimization of decentered flap creation, which results in a high, reproducible flap creation quality.
This device is also connected to the Wavelight® laser system-Wavenet, which enables us to transfer automatically data from the Wavelight FS200 device to the Wavelight Refractive Suite database.
Laservision's team was the first recognized team that used this innovative technology worldwide.
The WHITESTAR Signature System is a modular ophthalmic microsurgical system that facilitates anterior segment (cataract) surgery and is the only high-performance system that combines elliptical energy with dual-pump capability. Its Technology takes lens extraction to a higher level by simultaneously blending longitudinal and transversal modalities for smoother cutting and excellent efficiency.
The VISULAS® YAG III from Carl Zeiss is a photodisruption laser system, a combination of latest generation optical experience and technological excellence, which provides maximum ease of use with the lowest possible amount of patient stress. It is is used for applications like posterior capsulotomy and iridotomy as well as IOL polishing.
The VISULAS® 532s is a powerful, diode-pumped solid-state laser. Its built-in thermoelectric cooling system ensures excellent temporal stability of the laser power and is designed in particular for retinal photocoagulation, trabeculoplasty and iridotomy for treatment of glaucoma.
The Q-LAS gives you the possibility to treat secondary cataracts and the wide-angle-glaucoma. It has outstanding focusing with the three part laser beam and it is used for both capsulotomy and iridotomy.
VISUCAM® 200 feature legendary ZEISS optics enabling eye specialists to photograph fundus autofluorescence, non-mydriatic Color, Red free, Red, Blue fundus images with a non-mydriatic procedure through pupils as small as 3.3mm. The advantages of this device are the superior patient comfort, the more efficient workflow and the improved eye care. The high-quality system provides the basic for detailed diagnoses of typical eye diseases like diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and AMD in a single workstation.