From ZEISS, the IOL Master 700 with SWEPT Source Biometry builds upon almost 20 years of experience in optical biometry. Now with Total Keratometry (TK), the IOL Master continues to be an irreplaceable tool for optimizing refractive outcomes.
The Galilei G4 combines new technologies, such as Placido topography, Dual-Scheimpflug tomography, optical biometry and advanced keratoconus screenings, to vastly improve our diagnostics. This helps to offer advanced refractive surgery planning.
The Oculus Pentacam allows Dr. Iskander to make contact-free Pentacam measurements that provide the basis for precise, reliable diagnostics. This tool is extremely helpful in successful treatment of the anterior segment, including the Belin Ambriosio Display for keratoconus screening.
The Alcon Vario offers a broad range of advanced diagnostic tools for therapeutic procedures. With a complete spectrum of ocular measurement capabilities, this device facilitates a wide range of refractive procedures. Dr. Iskander uses this diagnostic tool for topographically-guided Contoura treatments.
The Zeiss Atlas system delivers the clinical accuracy essential to today’s eye care practice in a compact platform. Corneal data can be displayed in a variety of ways depending on the individual patient requirements, user preferences, and intended procedure.
The OPD-Scan lll is a refractive workstation capable of acting as a wavefront aberrometer, topographer, auto refractometer, auto keratometer, pupillometer, and pupilographer.
Also known as the EX500 excimer laser, the Z500 excimer laser takes LASIK to the next level of speed, precision, and accuracy. The Z500 LASIK technology can correct 1.0 diopter of refractive error in only 1.4 seconds, a remarkably quick process that benefits patients in many ways.
The Contoura Laser Vision Correction technology uses the latest WaveLight® topographic-guided laser system developed by Alcon Pharmaceuticals. This is one of most technologically advanced excimer laser systems available in the U.S., using 22,000 points to map the surface of the cornea. In studies by the FDA, Contoura LASIK produced the best results compared to previous studies for myopia and astigmatism. The outcomes also showed reductions in some of the visual symptoms associated with LASIK surgery, such as glare, light sensitivity, difficulty driving at night, and difficulty when reading.
The LENSAR™ femtosecond system allows Dr. Iskander to perform many of the necessary steps of cataract removal with a Femtosecond laser instead of a manual blade. This technology adds a greater amount of precision, safety and improved visual outcome to the entire cataract procedure. It also allows Dr. Iskander to perform cataract surgery with more ease, convenience, and speed than with traditional methods.
San Antonio Eye Specialists is pleased to offer the ORA intraoperative aberrometer to our cataract patients. With this device, Dr. Iskander can take real-time measurements during cataract surgery allowing him to make more precise adjustments to lens powers, astigmatism correction, and IOL placement. This new level of precision makes cataract outcomes better than ever! With ORA, patients can reduce or even eliminate the need for distance glasses after surgery. Dr. Iskander is also the first ophthalmologist in Texas to combine ORA with LENSAR.
San Antonio Eye Specialists is proud to consistently be among the first in the city to use the latest technology for diagnosis and vision correction procedures. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take advantage of our state-of-the-art technology which can deliver safer and more precise outcomes.