Laser Cataract Surgery

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Laser Cataract Surgery
The Catalys Precision Laser System features a state-of-the-art laser, advanced 3D imaging, sophisticated software and other unique features that deliver a precise, customized procedure with gentler patient comfort.

This Precision Laser System enables Dr Richard Davis to create a perfectly sized, shaped and centered circular incision to access, break up and remove the cataract. This precise and accurate incision helps place the artificial intraocular lens (IOL) in the exact intended position.

This procedure enables Dr Davis to soften and remove the cataract easily and more gently. Using sophisticated laser pattern scanning technology, he can create grid-like patterns in the cataract to aid in break-up and removal.

Enhanced Safety Features:

The Catalys Precision Laser Systems advanced 3d mapping and image-guidance software ensure that the laser pulses are delivered only to the intended treatment area, protecting surrounding eye anatomy. In addition, the Catalys laser system allows for gentler and easier cataract removal.

Speed and Comfort:
With the Catalys Precision Laser System, each individual treatment is pre-programmed into the system to improve accuracy and reduce the total procedure time. In addition, the Catalys laser system is uniquely designed to maximize patient comfort.

Unmatched Precision:
The Catalys Precision Laser System delivers precision that is unmatched in the industry, producing incisions that are accurate within tens of microns. To put this level of accuracy into perspective, the average width of a single human hair is 85 microns. This precision enables Dr Davis to more accurately place the IOL in the eye.

Click Here to review clinical outcomes of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery versus conventional phacoemulsification surgery for hard nuclear cataracts.