Cataract Surgery Technology

Our Advanced Cataract Surgery Tools

Serving Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Westlake Village, California

Santa Barbara Cataract Surgery

INFINITI® Vision System

The success of a surgery depends not only on the skill of the surgeon, but also on the quality of the surgical tools. Behind the success of Dr. Khanna’s microincision, no-stitch, no-patch, no-pain cataract surgery is the sleek, advanced INFINITI® Vision System.

This innovative technology allows Dr. Khanna to provide patients with uniquely tailored cataract surgery. During surgery, the eye’s natural lens is dissolved via a process known as phacoemulsification, then suctioned out of the eye. The Infiniti® Vision System combines unparalleled fluidics (i.e. control of the emulsified lens and other fluids) with two unique energy delivery systems, providing increased efficiency and the ability to customize cataract lens removal for each patient.

The safety of cataract surgery is increased by having built-in battery support, along with a backup battery in our accredited ambulatory surgical center (ASC). The computer and GUI on board allow Dr. Khanna to control different aspects of the surgery, making it safer and more predictable. The computer also remembers the surgeon’s preferred settings.

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OZil® Torsional Handpiece

Only the proprietary OZil® Torsional handpiece delivers side-to-side oscillating ultrasonic movement. Thus, instead of using lasers, we can now accomplish the same result with sound waves. This approach is safer, avoiding unnecessary energy or mechanical motions.

Torsional phacoemulsification uses ultrasonic oscillatory movement. This, combined with the many surgical techniques in Dr. Khanna’s repertoire, can benefit lens removal for all lens densities. The unique movement of “torsional phaco” shears the lens material, providing decreased repulsion while improving the thermal safety profile over traditional ultrasound or lasers. Reduced repulsion yields multiple benefits, including:

  • Increased flowability of lens material into the suction port
  • Less potential for turbulence
  • Superb efficiency

To learn more about the advanced technology and techniques Dr. Khanna uses during cataract and PRELEX surgery, please contact The Khanna Institute today to schedule a free initial consultation. Our friendly staff is standing by to answer any questions you may have.

We serve patients throughout the Los Angeles area, with offices in Beverly Hills and Westlake Village, California.