Utilizing the very latest in eye care technology, at the Laser Vision Correction Center of New Jersey is dedicated to providing superior care for patients, which means diagnosis and treatment modalities that are never less than state-of-the-art.
If you are interested in laser eye surgery to correct your vision, weather it be LASIK or Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery, you will find cutting-edge technology you are looking for at our facility. We also use the latest advanced testing tools to diagnose and treat common eye conditions, such as glaucoma and dry eye syndrome.
We use state-of-the-art technology to correct a wide variety of visual impairments.
For LASIK vision correction procedures, our office offers IntraLase® technology. This bladeless laser creates the precision flap that provides access to the cornea, serving as a perfect natural bandage to facilitate healing. Corneal reshaping, which works to sharpen your vision, is guided by wavefront technology -- the latest advancement in laser surgery. The VISX CustomVue™ wavefront system yields the best possible results for LASIK and PRK patients, including both better night vision and contrast sensitivity.
The VISX system features a computerized “WavePrint” function, which creates a custom, 3-D map of the patient’s cornea. Another key feature is the state-of-the-art VISX Star S4 laser, which incorporates the "ActiveTrak" eye-movement tracking function. This function provides the doctor with precision guidance throughout the procedure. In the skilled hands of our surgeons, this multi-featured system ensures optimal results and fewer complications.
When it comes to your precious vision, you should seek the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options available. We provide those options at the Laser Vision Correction Center of New Jersey.
For Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery, Dr. Miller also utilizes the most advanced technology. We use Catalys™ and LenSx® Femtosecond laser systems to safely, precisely and efficiently correct corneal astigmatism and breakup the cataract, which is replaced with a new intraocular lens (IOL). The ultra-precise lasers are safer and gentler and greatly reduce the risk of complications, speed recovery time and improve patient outcomes.
Diagnosing Eye Conditions
Our office has the latest technology available to screen for glaucoma, a serious eye disease that can be managed with medication (and sometimes surgery). Early detection is key. We utilize both the Zeiss Field Analyzer and Cirrus Ocular Coherence Tomography (OCT).
Glaucoma testing is quick and painless with the Zeiss Field Analyzer and enables diagnosis with a high degree of accuracy in just minutes. The Cirrus OCT is exceptionally sensitive and offers unparalleled early detection through optic nerve imaging. The OCT can detect subtle progressive changes in the nerve years before conventional testing.
We use three in-office testing methods to diagnosis dry eye syndrome, a common condition that causes irritation, discomfort and cloudy vision. InflammaDry® analyzes a tear sample, identifying inflammatory proteins commonly seen in dry eye patients. The TearLab® system quantifies the osmolarity lever in tears, with a positive predictive value of 89 percent. Keratography images the eyelid glands and tear film, and assesses the overall health of both.
If dry eye is diagnosed, we offer treatment with topical medications, punctual plugs and omega 3s first, or the patient may consider other treatment options, such as MiBo Thermoflo® system or Intense Pulsed Light (IPL). Utilizing targeted heat therapy or light therapy, these treatment works to improve the function of the eyelid glands.
Trust Your Eyes to Us
When it comes to your precious vision, you should seek out the most advanced diagnosis and treatment options available. We provide those options at the Laser Vision Correction Center. Please contact us today to schedule your exam or LASIK consultation.