Our Technology

Carl Zeiss VisuMax® Femtosecond Laser

The Carl VisuMax uses advanced femtosecond laser for therapeutic and refractive applications of cutting-edge corneal surgery, including flap creation for lasik and SMILE surgery for minimal invasive refractive procedure


IntraLase is the first blade-free laser technology to perform the first step of the LASIK procedure: creating the corneal flap. Prior to IntraLase, this first step was done manually using a hand-held device with an oscillating metal razor blade, called a microkeratome. IntraLase makes LASIK safer by replacing the hand-held microkeratome blade with the silent computer-guided precision of a laser. The size and thickness of the flap can be manually adjusted.

The latest version of IntraLase (FS150) device decreases the average flap creation time from 20 seconds to approximately 10-12 seconds per eye, improving speed, precision and with greater safety.

Wavelight Allegretto Wave Eye-Q Excimer Laser System

Efficient treatment with fast pulse repetition minimizes the effects of dehydration of the cornea as well as external influences during surgery.In order to further optimize the refractive procedure itself, the repetition rate has been increased to 400 Hz in Allegretto Wave Eye-Q. This allows the physician to perform a 6-diotper short-sightedness correction on a fully corrected optical zone of 6.5 mm within 15 seconds.

SCHWIND AMARIS 750S Excimar Laser System

The SCHWIND AMARIS 750S very high speed with extremely high precision, it takes just 1.5 second to correct -1.00D of myopia, patients only need to focus on the fixation light for a shorter time, relieving their stress in result is maximum surgical comfort. With 1,050 measurements per second, the six dimensional active eye tracker monitors, the exact position of the eye, and whilst doing so compensates for every tiny deviation, patients feel more secure during surgery.

Zeiss-Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer

The gold standard in perimetry to aid in glaucoma diagnosis and management, which provide our doctors and optometrist the most comprehensive information for glaucoma screening and patient management.

YAG Laser Capsulotomy

Approximately 20% of cataract patients will develop haze on the membrane behind the intraocular lens implant following cataract surgery, which results in diminished vision. YAG Laser Capsulotomy, a laser is used to create an opening in the hazy capsule situated behind the IOL implant to allow patients to see more clearly 

Argon Laser

Laser treatment use to prevent retinal detachment

High resolution OCT scanners

OCT medical imaging devices: (Optovue and Carl Zeiss visante): different models of OCT (Optical coherence tomography) help our doctors diagnose different eye conditions from glaucoma to age related macular degeneration. As well evaluation the eligibility of having refractive surgery.