THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN VISION CORRECTION - ALL ON-SITE
A key component in quality vision care is technology. When you decide to undergo LASIK or IntraLASIK laser vision correction, you want to know that the equipment being used on your eyes is state-of-the-art. Dr. Boothe believes that much of a surgeon’s responsibility to his patients involves using the latest, most technologically advanced equipment available. To stay on the cutting edge of LASIK laser vision correction, Dr. William A. Boothe constantly evaluates emerging technologies that can offer the best treatment options for patients.
Among the latest technology in use daily at Boothe Eye Care & Laser Center is:
Wavefront Mapping and WaveFront Guided Customized IntraLASIK
Now it’s possible to capture, measure and treat both lower and higher-order visual errors with the new and advanced WaveFront Mapping technology. WaveFront Guided Customized IntraLASIK combines the precision and safety of the blade-free IntraLASIK procedure with the improved visual results of the WaveFront Guided treatment.
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Intralase iFS - Computer Controlled Precision
The IntraLase iFS Laser introduces new high precision femtosecond laser technology to ophthalmology. Dr. Boothe can offer his patients a safer, computer controlled alternative to a microkeratome for creating the corneal flap.
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VISX STAR S4 and CustomVue
The VISX STAR™ S4 Excimer Laser System — with the introduction of the NEW WaveScan system — allows for diagnostic information previously unavailable to Dr. Boothe and offers you more treatment options personalized to your vision.
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Allegretto Wavelight Eye-Q
400 Hz excimer laser system. Utilizes Wavefront Optimized ablation profiles even in standard laser vision correction. Featuring PerfectPulse Technology for intelligent laser pulse control, an eye-tracking system adjusted to the high speed of the laser beam and a cross line projector for precise centration.
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Alcon LADARVision 4000 and CustomCornea
Alcon Surgical’s LADARVision excimer laser system with LADARTracker tracks the eye at a rate of 4,000 times per second — tracking the fastest eye movements with 4x safety margin. Only LADARVision has expanded FDA claims for improved accuracy in corneal shaping.
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ReZoom Multifocal Refractive IOL
The ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens is a clear, foldable implant made of a high-refractive-index acrylic material. This new technology multifocal lens is designed to provide a full range of vision – near, distance and intermediate – after cataract treatment.
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AcrySof ReSTOR IOL
The FDA-approved AcrySof ReSTOR is a breakthrough in intraocular lens technology for most people with cataracts, with or without Presbyopia, that may restore the eyesight of youth. The apodized diffractive optic design gives it the ability to focus light correctly on the retina for images at various distances without mechanical movement of the lens.
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Crystalens has the unique ability to focus on objects at varying distances using the eye’s natural muscle. This means the crystalens can provide sharper vision, without corrective lenses, throughout a full range of vision from near to far and everything in between.
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The Verisyse Phakic Intraocular Lens (IOL) implant is recommended for patients who do not qualify for LASIK due to severe nearsightedness, farsightedness, or cases where the cornea is too thin for LASIK.
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Conductive Keratoplasty (CK)
The ViewPoint™ CK system provides a quick, safe, minimally invasive option for eye correction using radio frequency energy instead of a surgical cutting instrument to correct the patient with farsightedness.
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