Dr. Miller uses the Catalys™ and LenSx® lasers to perform cataract surgery safely, precisely, and efficiently. Both laser systems give Dr. Miller greater control over each phase of cataract surgery, including the initial incision and the softening of the crystalline lens. Once the clouded lens is removed, an intraocular lens (IOL) is placed to restore your vision. Using laser technology for cataract surgery reduces the risk of complications and provides immense benefits over traditional methods.
This non-laser vision correction procedure is used to address mild to moderate cases of nearsightedness and farsightedness caused by aging. Conductive keratoplasty (CK) uses radio waves, which transmit mild heat energy, to reshape the cornea. CK is sometimes used to correct residual refractive errors following LASIK or laser cataract surgery. The procedure is non-invasive and does not require any incisions or removal of tissue. Candidacy for CK or another refractive procedure depends on your vision needs and medical history.
Laser Vision Correction Center of New Jersey incorporates the latest technological advancements into every area of our practice. We use wavefront technology to generate detailed topographic maps of the cornea that guide our vision correction procedures. We use the most up-to-date laser systems to reshape the cornea during LASIK and PRK, and to remove the crystalline lens during laser cataract surgery. We also offer advanced treatments for conditions such as glaucoma, dry eye, and complications due to diabetes.