Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers was one of the first practices in the nation to offer the Zyoptix™ Diagnostics Workstation for our vision correction surgery patients. This system combines two of the top diagnostic technological advancements, topography and wavefront, into one work area.
The Orbscan IIz Anterior Segment Analysis System creates a new standard in surgical planning, measuring 18,000 data points in only 3 seconds, providing a thorough analysis of the front of the eye including both the front and back surfaces of the cornea. This provides additional critical information not obtainable with traditional topography. Your surgeon can therefore better identify the potential for a satisfactory refractive correction.
The system measures:
- Anterior corneal elevation and curvature
- Posterior corneal elevation and curvature
- Full corneal pachymetry
- Anterior chamber depth
- White-to-white diameter
- Simulated keratometry
- Irregularity index
- Pupil size (mesopic)
- Angle kappa
The Zywave™ Wavefront Aberrometer harnesses astrophysics to clarify options. Astronomers consistently, and accurately, image objects obscured by atmospheric abnormalities. Now, Zywave II Wavefront Aberrometer employs similar wavefront technology to precisely identify errors within the patient’s entire optical system. Your surgeon can correct refraction based on the total optical error, rather than just on sphere (nearsighted or farsighted), astigmatism and axis. Key features of the system include:
- Utilizes trusted wavefront analysis
- Identifies aberrations
- Measures refractive error and abnormal refractive error, identifying those patients who may not be appropriate for refractive procedures