Cassini: Advance in Treating Astigmatism in Cataract Patients
Clemson Eye is proud to be one of the first ophthalmology practices in the world to offer this revolutionary new technology to our patients.
The Cassini is a first‑of‑its‑kind Corneal Shape Analyzer. It provides more accurate measurements of a patient’s cornea, which help the eye surgeon to correct astigmatism during cataract surgery.
The Cassini measures the true axis and magnitude of corneal astigmatism. These measurements improve the eye surgeon's ability to plan for the intraocular lens replacement. The result is better visual outcomes for cataract patients.
Through this total cornea measurement capability, we have critical information to properly select the power and position of an astigmatism‑correcting lens implant, and plan for arcuate and limbal relaxing incisions with our LenSx laser system.