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Femtosecond Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) - ROBOLAZR
FLACS at Grewal Eye Institute

ROBOLAZR: Revolution in Cataract Surgery

Robolazr has ushered in a paradigm shift in the cataract surgery scenario and promises excellent results for the patients. Robolazr enhances precision and safety compared to handheld instruments. It has shown excellent results for accurate self-sealing corneal incisions, arcuate incisions to reduce incision induced astigmatism, highly circular, strong and well-positioned capsulotomy, and safer and less technically difficult removal of the cataract with almost complete elimination of phaco-emulsification.

Advancement over conventional surgery


play_arrowWith ROBOLAZR the surgeon can make the corneal incisions with exceptional precision and accuracy.
play_arrowThe surgeon can use the ROBOLAZR to break up and soften the hard cataract. Softening the lens with the laser enables the surgeon to remove the cataract more gently and with significantly less ultrasound energy than is used in traditional methods.
play_arrowThe surgery doesn't take more than 70 seconds so the minimal time spent inside the eye reduces the chances of infection or post operative complications.
play_arrowThis is a bladefree and sutureless surgery in which the corneal incisions being multiplanar have the potential to self heal.
play_arrowThe IOL insertion in perfect capsulotomy reduces implant tilt or decentration and as a consequence reduces higher-order aberrations.
FLACS at Grewal Eye Institute

What happens after Laser Cataract Surgery


Cataract surgery with ROBOLAZR is painless with a very quick recovery. You will notice improvement in your vision the next day. Within a couple of days, most people are able to return to work. However, you should observe a few precautions during the first week or so, to make sure you avoid developing an infection or sustaining an injury to your eye while it heals.

To better understand how well your recovery will progress, you should first know that cataract surgery is one of the safest and the most commonly performed surgical procedure in the modern world. To ensure the best possible recovery following your cataract surgery, here are few tips for you:
play_arrowDon't drive on the first day.
play_arrowDon't lift anything heavy for the first few days.
play_arrowImmediately after the procedure, avoid bending over, to avoid putting extra pressure on your eye.
play_arrowBe careful walking around after surgery, and don't bump into doors or objects.
play_arrowAvoid swimming during the first week to reduce infections.
Manual Capsulotomy

Manual Capsulotomies

Manual CCC was performed using capsulorhexis forceps, targeting a diameter of 5 to 5.25 mm. Only a experienced surgeon can achieve a near circular shape of capsulotomy.
Capsulotomy with Femtosecond Laser

Laser Capsulotomies

The Femtosecond Laser takes only few seconds to create a perfect circular capsulorhexis, exactly centered and exactly 5mm in size with better wound architecture and greater precision.
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