LenSx Laser Cataract Surgery

LenSx Laser Cataract Surgery

Taking your vision to the next level

Eye Care Professionals was the first practice in the state of Nevada to offer bladeless LenSx Laser Cataract Surgery. The addition of this advanced surgical option for our patients further demonstrates our continued commitment to leading the way in our region. This exciting technology will allow us to more precisely perform some of the most critical steps in cataract surgery and thereby further refine the visual outcomes.

A new class of cataract procedure

The LenSx Laser Cataract Surgery is putting the future in motion. Although cataract surgery is one of the most widely performed eye surgeries in the world, the current manual techniques are subject to inaccuracy and variability. Because of its computer-controlled capabilities, the LenSx® femtosecond laser is able to customize the surgery to the patient’s ocular anatomy and improve on three of the five critical steps of refractive cataract surgery.



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Technological advantages of LenSx Laser Cataract Surgery

  • Customized solution – The 3D OCT scanning technology takes precise measurements of the eye and maps where the incisions are to be made. Every eye differs in size, depth, thickness, and curvature of its cornea, making this planning stage critical to the success of the surgery. This level of customization is not possible with manual cataract surgery.
  • The nucleus of the damaged lens can be broken down into small enough fragments to aspirate with minimal wear and tear.
  • The laser makes mico-incisions used to access the cataract and for astigmatism correction.
  • Increased accuracy and precision – The computer creates a circular opening in the lens capsule, making the exact placement of the new intraocular lens incredibly precise.

Patient benefits

  • The computer can compensate for small movements made by the patient during the procedure.
  • The femtosecond laser incisions will reliably release less energy than other lasers, preventing an excessive rise in temperature – thus protecting the endothelial cells within the eye.
  • Reduced surgical time.
  • Improve surgical accuracy.
  • Safer and more consistent outcomes.