CONTOURA® Vision completely redefines vision by bringing more detail to every moment of life
Refractive errors are imperfections in the eye that prevent light from focusing properly. This is what causes blurred vision. Common refractive errors include nearsightedness and astigmatism.
If you have one or both of these, chances are you’ve worn glasses or contacts for as long as you can remember. Griffin Eye Center offers the newest FDA approved technology for Blade-Free LASIK procedures such as WaveLight® 500 Excimer laser technology and CONTOURA® Vision.
The WaveLight ® 500 Excimer laser, offers the newest-FDA approved technology. We know that no two eyes are alike, so why should your treatment be any different? The WaveLight Laser tracks the unique shape of your eye and allows the surgeon to perform individualized Laser Vision Correction just for you.
We also offer the CONTOURA® Vision technology for LASIK patients with imperfections in the curvature and optics of the cornea. CONTOURA® Vision is laser vision that uses corneal topography guided planning software that creates a truly optimized LASIK procedure that can give eyes a better focusing surface.
With CONTOURA® Vision, LASIK is optimized
As impressive as WaveLight® 500 LASIK vision correction system may sound, it’s just the beginning. The surface of your eye is as unique as your fingerprint, and CONTOURA® Vision is revolutionary to LASIK, working with WaveLight® LASIK technology to tailor your laser vision correction procedure to your unique eye, redefining the quality of what you see.2
You can think of CONTOURA® Vision as “optimized LASIK.” Sometimes known as topography-guided LASIK, CONTOURA® Vision personalizes your LASIK procedure by creating a precise map of your eye that includes up to 22,000 unique elevation points.
1. Market Scope. Refractive Quarterly Update, Q3 – 2018. November 2018.
2. Stulting RD, Fant BS; T-CAT Study Group. Results of topography-guided laser in situ keratomileusis custom ablation treatment with a refractive excimer laser. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2016;42(1):11–18.