LENSAR, Inc., a global leader in next generation femtosecond laser technology for refractive cataract surgery, today announced the Sharp Sight Centres now offer the LENSAR® Laser System to its cataract patients in Delhi, representing the company’s continued commitment to the international growth of its femtosecond laser cataract platform.
"We look forward to working with Dr. Kamal Kapur and his team at Sharp Sight Centres in Delhi to offer the precision and performance of the LENSAR Laser System to their refractive cataract patients,” announced Nicholas T. Curtis, LENSAR’s Chief Executive Officer. “I am very confident that the LENSAR Laser System’s advanced technology will support Dr. Kapur and his team’s ability to improve the quality of life for individuals with even the most dense cataracts, of which there is a high incidence in India.”
The LENSAR Laser System is the only femtosecond cataract laser on the market today developed specifically for refractive cataract surgery. Featuring quick and easy patient docking, as well as superior imaging capabilities including LENSAR’s proprietary Augmented Reality™ 3-D reconstruction, this technology allows surgeons to develop individualized treatment plans for enhanced procedure efficiency and visual outcomes. With precision laser delivery and efficient lens fragmentation, the LENSAR Laser System can reduce, and potentially eliminate, the use of phaco energy.
“The concept of laser-assisted cataract surgery is a recent introduction and we are pleased to make it a reality for our patients in Delhi today,” said Dr. Kamal Kapur, M.B.B.S., M.S., co-founder and director of the Sharp Sight Group of Eye Hospitals. “At Sharp Sight we are constantly evaluating the important advances in cataract surgery as part of our commitment to provide the highest quality of care to our patients. With the new LENSAR Laser System, we are confident in the precision, safety and outcomes delivered with laser-assisted cataract surgery. The Sharp Sight Group of Eye Hospitals are committed to deliver the latest in available technology and best surgical skills.”