Bausch & Lomb Zyoptix XP

Standard Lasik

  • Precise, Predictable, and Practical

ZYOPTIX® XP is a comprehensive microkeratome system that allows surgeons to perform both stromal and epithelial flaps.

  • Xtra precise – for dependable and repeatable flap thickness
  • Xtra predictable – with microkeratome head labeling that delivers anticipated flap thickness
  • Xtra practical – with precision-engineered, interchangeable components that are easy to use and assemble

Excellent average standard aberration in flap thickness

In standardized porcine eye studies, comparing the ZYOPTIX® XP Microkeratome with competing microkeratomes, the ZYOPTIX XP fashioned an average standard deviation of less than five microns.

  • Head labels reflect true, nominal flap thickness
  • Improved safety profile
  • Easy to use and service
  • Clinical versatility

This unit is fully restored and working to the manufacturer’s specifications, Excellus Power Supply INCLUDED!

Complete Set Includes

  • 120 micron head
  • 140 micron head
  • 20×9.5 Ring
  • 20×8.5 Ring
  • 19×9.5 Ring
  • 19×8.5 Ring
  • Blade insertion Tool
  • Black and blue suction balls
  • Cleaning brush
  • Sterilization trays
  • Motor
  • Manual

Bausch & Lomb Orbscan IIz Topographer

The Bausch & Lomb Orbscan II Topographer sets a new standard for precision measurement of the anterior segment of the eye. It is a fully integrated multidimensional diagnostic system that elevates diagnostics beyond mere topography. Unlike current topography systems which scan the surface of the eye at standard points, the Orbscan II acquires over 9000 data points in 1.5 seconds to meticulously map the entire corneal surface (11 mm). It also analyzes elevation and curvature measurements on both the anterior and posterior surfaces of the cornea.

The Orbscan II is one of the most technologically advanced corneal topography systems available. The output of the Orbscan II, called elevation topography, is a 3D mapping of the contours of the eye. Some diagnostic devices measure only the front surface of the eye. The elevation topography available in the Orbscan II enables clinicians to accurately visualize the shape of abnormal corneas, which leads to more accurate diagnoses and more consistent surgical results.

Orbscan II Features:

  • Capable of detecting and analyzing posterior corneal abnormalities where corneal anomalies first appear
  • Features dynamic, Windows-based platform designed to integrate continuing advances via upgradable software
  • Customizable quad maps show any combination of measurements in one convenient format
  • Slit scanning technology combined with an advanced placido disc system
  • Anterior corneal elevation and curvature
  • Posterior corneal elevation and curvature
  • Full corneal pachymetry
  • Simulated keratometry
  • White-to-white diameter
  • Offers critical information that eventually determines a patient’s candidacy for LASIK.
  • Assists the surgeon in analyzing the shape of the cornea and any irregularities that may exist on its front and back surface

Our systems are sold completely refurbished, calibrated and ready for use. We offer training, service, and installation on all B&L products.

Bausch & Lomb Orbscan II Topographer

ORBSCAN II provides anterior segment data in the form of topographic surfaces. Elevation topography of the anterior cornea enables clinicians to more accurately visualize the shape of abnormal corneas, which leads to more accurate diagnoses and more consistent surgical results, at a much lower cost than most other topographers.

The reason for this is simple but important. When presented with maps of curvature or slope, you must mentally translate these data into elevation, because we visualize shape as topography (hills and valleys). This translation can be very difficult, often counter-intuitive, if the curvature map is of an asymmetric or irregular surface. Curvature alone does not usually provide sufficient useable information for the mind to construct an accurate three-dimensional shape.

Traditionally, power maps (actually surface curvature) have been axis-centered, which are method dependent and only show one selected piece of the complete angle-dependent power. The new mean and toric decomposition of the complete curvature tensor, allow clinicians for the first time to see and quantify local curvature (and paraxial power) variations as well as the fundamental spherocylindrical components. Full corneal pachymetry allows surgeons to use regional blade settings, to measure the laser ablation depth from a fixed surface (the posterior cornea), and to assess the effect of the posterior surface on corneal power. Accurate knowledge of both surfaces will provide researchers with real data for corneal mechanics simulations. The point of minimum corneal thickness is a local center of axisymmetry, which for normal corneas aligns closely to the overall optical axis of the eye.
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Bausch & Lomb 217z Excimer Laser System

Using flying spot technology the Zyoptix® System, the world’s leading wavefront-guided laser for personalized vision correction, allows surgeons in the United States to treat myopia up to -7.00 Diopters and astigmatism up to -3.00 Diopters. The Zyoptix System combines both a 2mm and 1mm truncated Gaussian beam, with an active eye tracker for fast treatment times and a smooth stromal bed.

Product Specifications:

  • Wavelength: 193nm
  • Repetition Rate: 50Hz
  • Pulse Duration: 18ns
  • Fluence @ Eye: 120 mJ/cm2
  • Beam Placement: Two scanner mirrors with active feedback control
  • Treatment Type: Zyoptix®
  • Cooling: Internal
  • Power Requirements: 220 – 230 VAC/16A 50/60 Hz
  • Weight: 600 kg (1,322.77 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 2.6m W x 1.2m D x 1.5m H

Our systems are sold fully refurbished, cleaned and calibrated by our trained engineer.  We also offer service, maintenance and training on most B&L excimer lasers.

Bausch & Lomb Zero Compression Hansatome Microkeratome

All of our systems are hand-picked, inspected, and tested by our technicians and engineers to ensure your order arrives in excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically. Our system is sold complete with a refurbished power supply, heads, rings, carry case, and more accessories.

The Zero Compression Microkeratome does not compress the cut flap as the microkeratome advances across the cornea. As per FDA research, this technology has been shown to be the safest and best way to create a flap. This precise procedure saves corneal tissue by creating a smoother and thinner flap with less swelling. This minimizes any wrinkling of the flap by lid movements. It is gentler on tissues and reduces chances of epithelial erosions (corneal abrasion) and, therefore, it allows for quicker visual rehabilitation. The thinner flap it creates is a benefit for those who have large pupils, high prescriptions, or thin corneas.