With Bausch & Lomb Technolas 217z Zyoptix System for Personalized Laser Vision Correction, your doctor can advance your vision to a new level of precision and clarity. In a clinical study, 91.5% of subjects achieved 20/20 or better vision.
Your eye is as unique as your own fingerprint, with its own special shape and complex characteristics that make it unlike any other. The best treatment is one that is unique to you. To better understand your particular vision and any impairments you may have, the Zyoptix system maps thousands of data points giving a fully detailed three dimensional picture of your cornea's shape and characteristics. Dr. Hanuch can then provide a unique treatment for each eye, resulting in personalized vision correction that is as individual as your eye.
Small imperfections in the shape of the eye can cause a scattering of light, which in turn can contribute to vision impairment. This scattering of light forms distinct patterns within the eye known as aberrations. The innovative design of the Zyoptix personalized laser vision correction system allows your doctor to measure these aberrations, then plan a treatment that exactly matches the eye's individual vision errors.
Using flying spot technology the Technolas 217z Zyoptix System, the world's leading wavefront-guided laser for personalized vision correction, allows Dr. Hanuch to treat myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. The Technolas 217z Zyoptix System combines both a 2mm and 1mm truncated Gaussian beam, with an active eye tracker for fast treatment times and a smooth stromal bed. Providing outstanding clinical outcomes in U.S. FDA clinical trials, the Technolas 217z Zyoptix System features a proven custom ablation algorithm with over 100,000 procedures performed worldwide.
Absolute precision demands absolute knowledge. Access it with the Bausch & Lomb Zyoptix Diagnostic Workstation which utilizes the Technolas 217z Zyoptix System for Personalized Vision Correction. The workstation unites two trusted technologies: Zywave II Wavefront Aberrometer and Orbscan IIz Anterior Segment Analysis System. Individually they supply critically important data; together they transform the science of preoperative refractive planning, The Orbscan llz Anterior Segment Analysis system provides a thorough analysis of the anterior segment of the eye, for instance both surfaces of the cornea, full corneal pachymetry and anterior chamber depth. The Zywave II Wavefront Aberrometer offers precision diagnostics, measuring refractive error by identifying the most aberrations of the eye. The Zyoptix Diagnostic Workstation combines total refractive error with total corneal architecture, allowing Dr. Hanuch to approach refractive surgery with the most comprehensive analysis of your optical system.
What is important when considering an Eye Tracker?
- Does the Eye Tracker function on an undilated pupil?
- What is the overall reaction time?
- Is it synchronized to the laser trigger?
- What are the tracking dimensions and range?
- Active Eye Tracker
- Laser beam follows the eye movement.
- Passive Eye Tracker
- Laser beam is blocked when the eye moves away from pre-defined range.
Bausch & Lomb Technolas 217A Excimer Laser Active Eye Tracking System
- Active scanner feedback control
- Reaction time is 10.7 milliseconds
- Infrared illumination
- No pupil dilation required
- Active and passive eye tracking capabilities
- Predefined tracking range of 3.0 mm
Contact our Rochester offices to setup a consultation. We will review your visual goals and discuss whether LASIK is right for you. (877) 470-EYES