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The Lenstar LS 900 helps to improve outcomes by eliminating risk and liability of transcription errors. There is no longer a need for separate ultrasound measurements, as the system is able to scan quickly. Lenstar is the first optical biometer that uses Optical Low-Coherence Reflectometry, and is able to provide superior consistency in measurements.
When you work with us, you'll get the support of a team that truly cares about your vision. Lenstar's detection system ensures clarity. If you blink or the fixation is lost, the Lenstar system is able to pick this up. Give us a call and learn how our advanced Lenstar system will help you maintain excellent vision.
Laurel, Bay Springs,
Waynesboro, Ellisville, Collins, Taylorsville and surrounding areas
As a patient with us, you'll enjoy the benefits of Lenstar technology, an advanced system that accurately measures the axial length and depth of your eyes. This device makes for the best possible diagnosis.
One scan captures seven measurements, in a matter of seconds. The Lenstar LS 900 picks up pachymetry, keratometry, ACD, lens thickness, axial length, white-to-white, and pupillometry.
"Accurate, and reproducible measurements are obtained including axial length, keratometry, anterior chamber depth, and lens thickness. The precision of these measurements are critical in predicting the most accurate IOL power and is why LENSTAR is my biometric instrument of choice."
Stephen Lane MD
Adjunct Clinical Professor, University of Minnesota
Medical Director, Associated Eye Care
"With the development and FDA clearance of LENSTAR, Haag Streit has demonstrated its commitment to advancing the art and science of ophthalmology. Surgeons and patients will benefit from LENSTAR's outstanding ease of use, full complement of measurements and unsurpassed accuracy.”
Mark Packer, MD, FACS
Clinical Associate Professor Department of Ophthalmology
Oregon Health & Science University
"I have used the LENSTAR for IOL power calculation on hundreds of cases. Axial length measurements and K readings are extremely precise. The LENSTAR also measures the anterior chamber depth by optical biometry for high accuracy. It is the only optical biometer that also measures the lens thickness, a required measurement for using the more accurate fourth generation IOL power formulas."
H. John Shammas, M.D.
Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology
The Keck School of Medicine
University of Southern California