Modern equipment

We focus on constant development of our offer, providing the most innovative ophthalmological solutions. Therefore, in Delavi we keep up with the latest technological solutions. In our Centre, we use modern equipment ensuring precise diagnostics, effective treatment and the highest level of safety. We have access to the latest medical technologies, whose potential is fully used thanks to high qualifications of our personnel. Such combination assures all our patients that entrusting us with their health is a good choice based on reasonable arguments.

Amaris 750S laser

Laser vision correction is performed with one of the fastest and most technologically advanced lasers: Amaris 750S from a German company – Schwind. One of its key advantages is speed of action, which allows correction of 1 dioptre in one and a half second. Amaris 750S has a unique system of eye tracking in 6 dimensions, which translates into high precision of action. Moreover, it enables performing non touch TRANS PRK, i.e. only with the use of the laser without the necessity to remove the corneal epithelium.

Angio OCT (Topcon DRI OCT Triton PLUS)

A new generation device, which enables non-contact observation, photography and recording of images of the anterior segment and fundus of the eye during examination.
The scanner helps in detecting cystic macular oedema, diabetic retinopathy, macular foramina and degeneration, and glaucoma.
Thanks to the device, it is possible to perform OCT angiography without administration of a contrast agent to the patient.

SIRIUS Schwind

The device combines the function of topograph and Scheimpflug camera, which ensures quick three-dimensional analysis of the whole cornea and the anterior eye segment. It is the perfect solution for refractive and therapeutic corneal surgery, and is also suitable for keratoconus screening.

An integrated pupillometry function aids in the treatment planning. It registers the pupil diameter depending on the defined light conditions.

Placido technology detects the smallest irregularities of the cornea and gives very high 1 micrometre resolution. This ensures a very precise diagnosis based on topographic data.