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Laser Floater Removal: On-Axis and Off-Axis

The Ultra Q Reflex incorporates a proprietary slit lamp illumination tower design, which converges the operator’s vision, the target illumination, and the treatment beam along the same optical path and onto the same optical plane. The illumination tower can be used coaxially to enhance the view of the target opacity and more effectively vaporize it. “I think it is vitally important for the surgeon to appreciate spatial context. It is crucial to understand how far behind the lens you can treat. I utilize the on-axis feature first to visualize a floater against the red-glow background (to help visualize floaters in the middle and posterior vitreous), and then I go off-axis to determine how far behind the lens it is. If the floater is hard to see in off-axis mode then I know that it is safe to treat since off-axis setting only allows for visualization 1-2 mm behind the lens.”

Ellex • Floater • Floater • Laser Floater Removal • Laser floater Removal • Laser Vitreolysis • Laser Vitreolysis • LFR • LFR • Vitrectomy • Vitrectomy • Vitreolysis

Ab-Interno Canaloplasty

ABiC™ is a new, comprehensive MIGS procedure that flushes out the natural outflow channels, without damaging tissue, and without leaving behind a stent or shunt. Based on the same dilation principles of traditional Canaloplasty but via a simplified and much faster surgical approach, ABiC™ is the only MIGS procedure that successfully and comprehensively addresses all aspects of potential outflow resistance. ABiC™ is also fast and easy to perform and can be successfully combined with phacoemulsification in order to make the best use of time in the operating room.

Laser Floater Removal

Also known as floater laser treatment or laser floater removal, laser vitreolysis is a highly effective outpatient-based procedure that can eliminate the visual disturbance caused by vitreous strands and opacities, commonly referred to as floaters. Clinical studies have shown laser vitreolysis to be a highly effective and safe treatment in the majority of patients with symptomatic floaters.

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