Equipment

Allegretto Wave Eye-Q EX 500 (Alcon)

Excimer laser of a new generation, designed for high-precision laser vision correction. It is considered one of the fastest in the world, which contributes to excellent postoperative indicators and a fast rehabilitation period. Simultaneously with the high speed laser exposure, the installation prevents the effect of heating the cornea of ​​the eye, which also has a beneficial effect on the recovery process after the operation.

Topographer Allegro Oculyzer (WaveLight AG, (Alcon)

A unique diagnostic device designed for computerized topography of the anterior and posterior cornea. A special software module provides data transmission from the diagnostic device to the excimer laser of the WaveLight system and provides personalized correction taking into account the cornea topography.

Constellation Vision System

This is a multifunctional surgical instrument designed for use in the eye surgery of the anterior and posterior segments (retinal detachment, hemophthalmus, vitreous opacities, retinal macular edema, macular rupture, lens subluxation, cataracts of varying degrees of density).

LuxOR® LX3

LuxOR® LX3 ophthalmic microscope with Q-VUE system provides excellent visualization throughout the entire intraoperative phase. It has a patented 3 stream parallel lighting, excellent stability of the red reflex.

SOCT Copernicus REVO Optical Coherent Tomograph

OPTOPOL provides high-quality images in the smallest detail, which is important for detecting diseases in the early stages, has functions for a comprehensive analysis of the retina and the diagnosis of glaucoma, and also allows extensive scanning of the anterior segment of the eye.

Verion, Alcon (USA)

This is an operation planning system from Alcon (USA), which was designed to improve the process of preparing and carrying out the operation to remove the lens. For the surgeon who performs the operation, VERION provides higher accuracy, consistency and control of the stages of refractive cataract surgery. For patients with cataracts, VERION helps to realize: minimization of errors in deciphering patient’s eye data, high accuracy in predicting visual acuity after surgery, and an increase in the clinical effectiveness of treating a patient’s eyes.

Tomograph Cirrus Photo 800 (Zeiss)

The compact universal CIRRUS photo system is equipped with a full-featured mydriatic / non-mydriatic fundus camera that uses the proven “CIRRUS HD-OCT” technology. The system provides the possibility of obtaining a variety of images for the diagnosis of pathology of the retina and posterior segment of the eye. The three-dimensional image of the layer-by-layer structure of the retina provides excellent visualization of the pathological focus for subsequent treatment planning and evaluation of its effectiveness.

YAG + SLT system

It offers a combined treatment method that allows the use of a YAG laser for capsulotomy and iridotomy, as well as selective laser trabeculaplasty (SLT), which is based on stimulating the body’s natural regeneration mechanisms to reduce intraocular pressure.

OPMI Lumera, Carl Zeiss Meditec (Germany)

The new OPMI Lumera operating microscope from Carl Zeiss is based on a revolutionary red reflex technology. The OPMI Lumera microscope is equipped with a coaxial lighting stereo system (SCI – Stereo Coaxial Illumination) – a revolutionary technology in the field of lighting quality.

Infinity Vision, Alcon (USA)

We use the most advanced cataract removal device in the world for the Infiniti Vision, Alcon (USA) phacoemulsifier, which allows the most safe operation of the cataract, taking into account the individual characteristics of the patient’s eye, and ensures the most comfortable work of the surgeon.

Keratron Scout, SCHWIND (Germany)

Keratron Scout keratotopograf-aberrometer, SCHWIND, (Germany) – a device for simultaneous measurement of the topography and refractive power of the cornea at each point, as well as for selective aberroscopy (detection of optics defects) of the cornea. The keratotopograph allows you to scan the entire surface of the cornea, assess its topography and refractive power at each point, show a map of the cornea, and reveal keratoconus in the early stages of development.