The LENSAR Laser System with Streamline III was designed with strokes of genius for patient safety. Cataract density imaging (now available for density categories 1 to 5) and LENSAR's Cataract Laser with Augmented Reality™ technology, a non-applanating patient interface, and precise laser placement can help you feel secure knowing that you are providing an optimized, custom treatment that will help maximize outcomes while minimizing risk of corneal folds and striae that could affect laser treatment accuracy.
Cataract Density Imaging
Streamline III automatically categorizes cataract on a scale of 1 to 5 based on cataract density and determines density and location of the nucleus.
- LENSAR with Streamline III is the only femtosecond cataract laser that automatically categorizes cataract density, on a scale from 1 to 5
- Determines the location of the nucleus to increase efficiency and potentially decrease the amount of laser energy that is used in the eye
- Made possible by LENSAR’s superior imaging capabilities for identifying lens layers and depth of field advantage
Superior Augmented Reality Imaging
Dr. William Wiley describes LENSAR’s superior imaging and the impact it has on patient safety.
- Now up to 2 times faster scanning and imaging, which reduces time under the laser and contributes to overall surgeon confidence in the patient treatment and subsequent outcomes
- Provides clear visualization of the anterior segment by marrying Scheimpflug tomography with advanced imaging technologies, including a variable-rate scanning and superluminescent diode (SLD) illumination, which gives LENSAR the ability to detect the different layers of the lens by controlling light scatter
- Gives LENSAR a distinct depth of field advantage that allows for a high resolution image from the anterior cornea to the posterior lens capsule for all densities of nuclei
- Only Augmented Reality provides 16 images from multiple angles of the anterior segment, which enables an accurate 3-D reconstruction of the eye
- LENSAR uses biometric data and 3-D modeling in the x-, y-, and z-axes to detect and compensate for even the smallest degree of lens tilt
- Auto surface detection identifies all relevant structures, including the nucleus and epinucleus
Non-Applanating Patient Interface
Dr. William Wiley shares how LENSAR’s liquid interface influences precise laser delivery.
- Fluid-filled interface maintains the integrity of the cornea, allowing for precise laser placement and clean imaging through to the posterior capsule
- Low-pressure suction ring immobilizes the eye with a small increase in IOP and an immediate return to baseline
1. Data on file. LENSAR, Inc.
- LENSAR is the only femtosecond laser with FDA-labeling demonstrating a significant reduction in cumulative dissipated energy (CDE) by specific cataract grade
- In a series of 433 cases, the reduction in endothelial cell count was lower for the LENSAR laser cases compared to the phaco-only cases1 (decreased endothelial cell loss translates directly to increased long-term corneal health)