CustomVue Wavefront Technology
Wavefront technology is the foundation for truly ‘Customized’ iLASIK laser vision correction. The VISX Wavescan system is both a diagnostic and treatment approach to vision correction. Originally developed for use in high-powered telescopes to reduce distortions when viewing distant objects in space, wavefront technology is now used to measure imperfections in visual field not formerly detected through conventional vision measurements. Called ‘High Order Aberrations,” these imperfections are the cause of common vision problems such as glare and starbursts at night.
Using these Wavefront technology measurements, the doctors at Singla Eye are able to create a 3D map of your cornea, which is essentially a fingerprint of your vision. No two eyes are alike, and with the help of the Wavefront technology employed in the iLASIK procedure, your doctors can then use this information to truly ‘customize’ a treatment plan for your unique visual imperfections. A plan that often results in dramatic visual improvement, including better vision at nighttime.
CustomVue Clinical Study Results
At one year after the VISX CustomVue procedure;
100% of the clinical study participants could pass a driving test without glasses or contacts.
98% of the clinical study participants could see 20/20 or better without glasses or contacts.
70% of the clinical study participants could see 20/16 or better without glasses or contacts.
Four times as many clinical study participants were very satisfied with their night vision after the VISX CustomVue procedure, compared to their night vision before with glasses or contacts.
At Singla Eye, we are committed to providing you with the most proven, approved technology available today. Our goal is to help you to achieve your best possible vision in a safe, comfortable environment.
Thanks to the development of new iLASIK technology, most people are now eligible candidates for vision correction.
A complimentary consultation will determine if LASIK is the right treatment for your eyes.