OCULUS Pentacam AXL Wave – 5 Parameters Combined for the First Time
HIGH FIVE FOR HIGH -END QUALITY
The next generation is here! The new Pentacam ® AXL Wave is the first device to combine Scheimpflug tomography with axial length, total wavefront, refraction and retroillumination. With high-end hardware and software for optimum treatment and satisfied patients, the new Pentacam ® AXL Wave makes no compromises on quality!
Wavefront Aberrometry of the Entire Eye
Low and high order aberrations of the whole eye are measured using Hartman-Shack technology. Internal and total corneal wavefront aberrometry is also displayed for detailed crystalline lens or IOL assessment. Objective Refraction The most crucial parameter, based on wavefront aberrometry – pre and post op!
For pre-op assessment of crystalline lens opacities and post-op check of IOL position.
Contact-free axial length measurements with proven precision.
Pentacam ® technology is the established gold standard, proven over many years. It measures, displays and analyzes the anterior eye segment, and is non-contact and tear-film-independent.
A MUST-HAVE FOR CATARACT AND REFRACTIVE SURGEONS
Provide Unrivalled Pre-op Care for Your Patients
The Pentacam® AXL Wave saves time and space, while assuring a comprehensive pre-op assessment of the patient’s eye.
It is a must-have device and reliable partner for your refractive and cataract practice. All data are available for selecting
anything from spherical to toric multifocal IOLs.
INSIGHTS AFTER SURGERY
Comprehensive Post-op Evaluation
The integrated retroillumination, tomography and wavefront aberrometry display most changes in corneal shape after refractive surgery (i.e. crosslinking or corneal ring implantation), as well as improvements in vision. Easy-to-understand images and graphics simplify patient education.
Optimizing Daily Clinical Practice, Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Outcome
Inbuilt Scheimpflug technology allows an automatic, non-contact and tear-film-independent measuring process. All single Scheimpflug images are recorded with one snapshot. The measuring process is straightforward, user-independent, fast and patient-friendly.