Prof. Theo Seiler – one of the grandfathers of refractive surgery – discusses why his latest excimer laser pick is the SCHWIND AMARIS 1050RS. Benefits he has found when using the AMARIS in the clinic include improved flexibility for customizing treatments, good performance in patients with astigmatism, and some promising six month results. With his focus on working to improve the field, Seiler also discusses why he finds working with a small and innovative company to be the ideal way to work towards making excimer lasers faster and more sophisticated. For Seiler, the best part of working with SCHWIND is their enthusiasm for feedback and discussion, allowing for improvements to be made through collaboration.
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