At LASIK Surgery Clinic AUFMC, we use several advanced technologies to ensure that your LASIK surgery is safe, effective, and precise. We trust the WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser for its fast and accurate refractive laser treatments.

Additionally, we use the Oculyzer, which is a diagnostic test that analyzes and measures the cornea to determine your candidacy for LASIK. With these technologies, we can provide you with the best possible outcomes for your LASIK procedure.

Wavelight Excimer Laser Technology at Lasik AUFMC

WAVELIGHT EX500 EXCIMER LASER

Accelerated Excimer Performance Built on trusted WaveLight® excimer technology, the WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser is the next leap forward in fast, accurate refractive laser treatments. 

The WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser is a true masterpiece of modern technology, and the next leap forward in fast, accurate refractive laser treatments. This laser is built on trusted WaveLight® excimer technology, which has been used in millions of successful procedures worldwide.

What makes the WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser so special? For starters, it’s incredibly fast and accurate. Thanks to its advanced technology, this laser can perform refractive treatments with remarkable precision and speed. Patients can expect a comfortable, efficient treatment experience, with minimal downtime and a rapid recovery period.

But that’s not all. The WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser is also incredibly versatile, with the ability to perform a wide range of refractive treatments, including LASIK, PRK, and more. And with its advanced eye-tracking technology, we can ensure optimal treatment accuracy and safety by tracking eye movements in real time.

Oculyzer Lasik surgery procedure

OCULYZER: The Advancement of Corneal Diagnostics

The Oculyzer is a revolutionary diagnostic tool that has changed the game for eye care professionals. The device provides a quick and painless diagnostic test that analyzes and measures the cornea, which is the clear front surface of the eye where light rays enter. This advanced diagnostic device is a real advantage over most other corneal diagnostic equipment available today, especially when considering laser vision correction or cataract surgery.

The Oculyzer offers critical information that ultimately determines a patient’s candidacy for LASIK. It assists the surgeon in analyzing the shape of the cornea and any irregularities that may exist on its front and back surface. Additionally, it measures the thickness of the cornea. In order to have LASIK, the cornea must have enough tissue to allow for the flap and still have enough tissue to remove to compensate for the amount of your refractive error. The Oculyzer provides surgeons with the necessary information to make informed decisions about a patient’s eligibility for LASIK.

Thanks to the Oculyzer, patients can rest assured that they are receiving the best possible care. The device’s accuracy and efficiency make it an invaluable tool for eye care professionals. If you’re considering LASIK or cataract surgery, be sure to ask your eye doctor about the Oculyzer.

When considering laser vision correction or cataract surgery, this advanced diagnostic device is a real advantage over most other corneal diagnostic equipment available today. This evaluation offers critical information that ultimately determines a patient’s candidacy for LASIK. It assists the surgeon in analyzing the shape of the cornea and any irregularities that may exist on its front and back surface. It also measures the thickness of the cornea. In order to have LASIK, the cornea must have enough tissue to allow for the flap and still have enough tissue to remove to compensate for the amount of your refractive error.

If the cornea is too thin or shows the early signs of a progressive thinning of the cornea called, keratoconus, you may possibly be a candidate for LASEK or PRK instead of LASIK. The output of this test, called elevation topography, is a three-dimensional mapping of the contours of the eye. Some diagnostic devices measure only the front surface of the eye. Elevation topography enables clinicians to more accurately visualize the shape of abnormal corneas, which leads to more accurate diagnoses and more consistent surgical results.