WaveLight EX500 Excimer Laser
WaveLight EX500 is the most advanced and the latest excimer laser approved by the FDA for performing Custom Wavefront LASIK and Topography-guided Custom Ablation Treatment (T-CAT). It is the fastest excimer laser at a speed of 500 Hz. The fastest speed, the highest precision eye tracking system that incorporates iris recognition, and capability to perform Topography-guided LASIK are all distinctive features of WaveLight EX500 that enable perfect laser sculpting of the cornea during LASIK surgery.
The above features significantly reduce fixation fatigue, minimize corneal dehydration, and enable perfect centration during laser ablation.
Excel Laser Vision Institute is always on top of the latest technology when it comes to corrective eye surgery in Orange County and Los Angeles. The new VisuMax® laser is a ground-breaking laser system that utilizes outstanding precision. It will get you done with your Lasik eye surgery before you know it.
The VisuMax® laser is characterized by its speed, gentle technique, and outstanding precision. It is an ideal platform for cutting-edge corrective eye surgery in Orange County and other areas within Southern California.
In areas within California, such as Los Angeles, Lasik vision correction makes up a high percentage of refractive procedures. Excel Laser Vision Institute is your laser eye surgery authority. We cover everything you need to know about Lasik surgery –i.e., cost, safety before and after surgery, among others.
SMILE uses a laser to create a thin contact-lens-shape layer just beneath the surface of the eye and then a small opening through which that layer is removed, correcting your vision.
What makes SMILE different from LASIK?
Laser vision correction helps correct vision that is farsighted, nearsighted or has astgmatism. During the procedure, a laser gently reshapes the cornea so that light focuses better. Millions have been helped by PRK and LASIK. Now we’re offering patients SMILE, a minimally-invasive procedure with little downtime. Our surgeons and staff will help you determine which option is best for your eyes.