VMAX VISION’S MAXIMIZES PATIENT FLOW. With the Perfectusâ„¢, practitioners can maximize time and space in the office. It combines the clinical features of the PSF Refractorâ„¢ and the space-efficiency of the PSF Integroâ„¢, as well as the addition of built-in wavefront aberrometry, allowing for increased patient flow throughout the day. The PSF subjective shoots for 20/12, whereas the phoropter goes for 20/20. In addition to precise daytime prescriptions, the point-spread function technology allows for subjective nighttime refraction. For more information, contact Vmax Vision at 321-972-1823 or vmaxvision.com.
JOHNSON & JOHNSON VISION CARE SIZES PUPILS UP. Taking into consideration the natural variations in pupil size according to age as well as refractive power, 1-DAY ACUVUE‘ MOIST Brand MULTIFOCAL contact lenses, with EYE-INSPIREDâ„¢ design, are now available. The lens’ optical design closely match that of the pupil size, and offers 61 distance powers in quarter-diopter increments from +6.00D to -9.00D, as well as three add powers. Centration of the optics over the pupil is ensured by the hybrid back-curve design, while the integrity of the front-surface optics are maintained as well. For more information, contact VISTAKON, Division of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. at 800-843-2020 or ACUVUEProfessional.com.
VISIONEERING TECHNOLOGIES MAKES A DIFFERENCE FOR PRESBYOPES. Scheduled for wide release later this year, NaturalVueâ„¢ 1 Day Multifocal daily disposable contact lenses use Neurofocus Opticsâ„¢ technology, wherein the lens works with the brain to garner optimal results. Offering visual acuity at a distance, intermediate, and near, NaturalVue 1 Day Multifocals have a high fitting success rate and can decrease the number of necessary office visits for a patient, according to the company. For more information, contact Visioneering Technologies, Inc. at 844-884-5367 or vtivision.com.
CANON MAKES A NEW RESOLUTION. Delivering 20.2 megapixel images, the Canon CR-2 AF digital non-mydriatic retinal camera offers practitioners the highest resolution available from a digital retinal camera, according to the company. Pupil constriction is minimized by the camera’s low-flash intensity, a feature that also speeds up the process of taking multiple pictures. Lightweight and compact, this camera is portable, and its optical pathway is virtually free of aberration. The filter is set to offer consistently accurate views of the retina’s layers. Automatic features include auto-focus with manual alignment, auto-exposure, auto-capture, and auto-fundus. For more information, contact Canon at 800-970-7227 or usa.canon.com/eye-care.