Better Quality

Detailed Precision Beyond Glasses or Contacts

With a more detailed analysis of your eye, visual imperfections are corrected more accurately. The laser is able to analyze nearly 800 points in a 7mm pupillary area of the cornea. Compare that to eyeglass tests that analyze 78 points of the whole cornea.

Safe & Effective

Precision Without Being Time Consuming

Despite the process being extremely accurate, it doesn’t take a long time. You are in the laser room for only 10 to 15 minutes. Following the procedure, you are escorted to the recovery room where you can relax until you’re ready to go home.

About Presbyond Laser Blended Vision (PBV)

PRESBYOND Laser Blended Vision
A clear choice for presbyopic patients wearing progressives, bifocals, or just readers

PRESBYOND® Laser Blended Vision from ZEISS is an advanced method for treating patients with age-related loss of accommodation, also known as presbyopia. It offers the opportunity to achieve freedom from glasses by combining the simplicity and accuracy of corneal refractive surgery with the benefits of increased depth of field in retaining visual quality. As a surgical solution based on the naturally occurring spherical aberrations of the eye, PRESBYOND Laser Blended Vision extends the scope of customized ablation beyond the limits of conventional monovision laser methods in several ways.

Whether for its customized treatment profiles, its visual acuity at all distances, its indications range or its immediate impact, PRESBYOND Laser Blended Vision is a clear treatment choice for the fast growing demographic of presbyopic patients.

Discover the benefits of the unique customized 
  • Customized – PRESBYOND Laser Blended Vision factors in the preoperative wavefront data and the functional age of the patient´s eye.
  • All distances – PRESBYOND Laser Blended Vision is the way of treating presbyopic patients that aims to achieve clear sight at all distances: near, intermediate and far – with virtually no compromises.
  • Immediate – The new laser vision correction method allows refractive surgeons to immediately expand their LASIK repertoire and increase their patient base. Most patients can read the very same day.

PRESBYOND Laser Blended Vision is effective for treating a wide indication range

  • myopic,
  • hyperopic,
  • astigmatic and even
  • emmetropic presbyopic

Presbyond Laser Blended Vision (PBV)

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WASCA analysis

WASCA with CRS master software analyze your eye to get the best correction profile for your LBV correction. The WASCA analyses your eyes to get a detailed data for your precise correction. This gives the data to the computer delivering the laser the detailed blueprint for your correction.

Creating the Flap with XP Microkeratome

The creation of the corneal flap with the most advanced XP Microkeratome. XP stands for Xtra Precise. A drop of anaesthetic is used to numb the eye. A suction ring is placed to steady your eye. The creation of the flap takes only a few seconds. You feel a sense of pressure in your eye for very short period. It takes about 10 seconds to create the flap.

Presbyond Correction with Ziess Mel80 Excimer Laser

The flap is lifted and the laser is focused to the exposed cornea and the tracking is engaged. Even if you move your eye 250 times a second, the eye tracker will make sure the laser is precisely positioned to correct your prescription as determined by the WASCA analysis.

After we finish the correction the flap is re-positioned and anti-biotic drops are added. These steps are repeated for the other eye.

More of our Procedures
Presbyond Laser Blended Vision (PBV)

Laser Blended Vision (LBV) can be done on those who had LASIK done before and also on those using readers only to reduce or eliminate the need to wear reading glasses.

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XP Microkeratome and Zeiss MEL 80

A very quick procedure that great visual improvements the next day.

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Custom Wavefront LASIK

Here the correction is customized to correct visual imperfections beyond the traditional way used to order your eyeglasses or contact lenses.

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