Creating vision correction as unique as you!
OUR FOCUS. YOUR VISION.
The most personalized laser vision correction available.
CHOOSE THE iDESIGN® REFRACTIVE STUDIO FOR:
THIS PERSONALIZATION SYSTEM MEASURES BOTH THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF YOUR EYE:
Wavefront analysis measures how light travels inside your eye and details the imperfections in your vision
Corneal topography scans the outside surface of your eye, measuring every tiny variation to help guide the laser during your treatment
These 2 measurements together create a completely personalized treatment plan
AT 6 MONTHS AFTER SURGERY, 323 NEARSIGHTED CLINICAL STUDY PATIENTS REPORTED SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS IN ALL MEASURES OF VISION QUALITY, INCLUDING1,**†:
*Based on mathematical calculation: wavefront aberrometer = 0.01 D. Manifest refraction = 0.25 D.
Manifest 0.25 ÷ wavefront aberrometer 0.01 = 25. 25X more precise.
**Results are from a prior clinical study (P930016 S025 SSED) performed with the iDESIGN® Advanced WaveScan Studio System, which supports the safety and effectiveness of the iDESIGN® Refractive Studio System.
† Excellent patient-reported results seen in the clinical trial for mixed astigmatism and hyperopia.
A difference you can truly see
YOUR PERSONALIZED MEASUREMENTS
- Over 1,200 measurements of your eye are mapped as data points
YOUR ONE-OF-A-KIND TREATMENT PLAN
- Using your unique measurements, the laser corrects your vision based on the precise measurements of your eye. No one in the world will receive the same procedure
ONCE THE PROCEDURE IS OVER, IN MOST CASES, YOU'LL IMMEDIATELY SEE THE DIFFERENCE
- After 1 hour you'll begin to see more clearly, in most cases
- After 1 day you can return to your normal routine, in most cases
Ask us how you can get clear vision with the iDESIGN® Refractive Studio today!
1. FDA PMA Approval P930016 S044, S045, S048.
For Monovision Treatment of Presbyopia Patients with Low to Moderate Nearsightedness (Myopia) with and without Astigmatism; myopia (nearsightedness) up to -11.00 D, with astigmatism up to -5.00 D; mixed astigmatism from 1 to 5 diopters; Hyperopia (Farsightedness) up to 4 Diopters (D) with Astigmatism, between 0 and 2 D. iDESIGN® System driven LASIK Treatments is a permanent operation to the cornea and is irreversible.
iDESIGN® System driven LASIK Treatments may not eliminate the need for reading glasses. Your vision must be stable for at least one year before iDESIGN® System driven LASIK Treatments. You will need written evidence of a change in manifest refraction of no more than +0.5 D (in both cylinder and sphere components) for at least one year prior to the date of pre-operative examination for Monovision LASIK; near sightedness, mixed astigmatism and farsightedness has not changed less than 1.0 diopter for respective indication. Pregnant and nursing women should wait until they are not nursing and not pregnant to have the surgery. You are not a good candidate if you have degenerative or autoimmune diseases or have a condition that makes wound healing difficult. The iDESIGN® System driven LASIK Treatments may result in some discomfort. The surgery is not risk-free. Please read patient information booklet, especially the sections on Benefits and Risks before you agree to the surgery. Alternatives to iDESIGN® System driven LASIK Treatments, but are not limited to, glasses, contact lenses, RK, and ALK. iDESIGN® System driven LASIK Treatments cannot meet the job-related vision requirements for some people such as pilots. You should be willing to undergo a one-week contact lens trial with your individualized monovision prescription and evaluate your vision over a range of tasks during this trial period; this will help you find out if you can tolerate Monovision LASIK.
It may take several weeks for your eyes to adjust to monovision. You may want to avoid or decrease your participation in visually demanding situations such as driving until you have adjusted to your monovision. It is very important to stop wearing contact lenses before the pre-surgical eye exam. Before considering laser vision correction you should: a.) Have a complete eye exam. b.) Talk with one or more eye care professionals about the potential benefits of laser refractive surgery, and the complications, risks, and time required for healing.
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