Better vision starts with outstanding diagnostics. That's why ZEISS offers opticians and ophthalmologists professional optical instruments that can be seamlessly integrated into their workflow. These systems measure with the greatest possible precision all the factors necessary for a comprehensive vision analysis and the production of an optimum visual aid. From needs analysis to the final pair of glasses, optometric diagnostic equipment and instruments from ZEISS make the entire process comprehensible and transparent – ensuring a great patient experience with excellent results.
No two eyes are alike – and no eye is perfect. You require a lot of information about a patient's visual acuity to offer them an optimum spectacle lens. The ZEISS i.Profilerplus assists you with taking the patient's case history. The innovative instrument analyses the retina, measures the patient's vision with a dilated pupil and creates a comprehensive vision profile using a high-resolution wavefront measurement, including corneal topography analysis – all as detailed as a fingerprint.
The more precise the refraction, the better the pair of glasses. Cutting-edge instruments for subjective refraction from ZEISS not only ensure a completely new consultation experience, but also provide ultra precise results, such as with the ZEISS VISUPHOR 500 digital phoropter with the ZEISS VISUSCREEN 100 acuity chart. Thanks to a large number of additional tests (von Graefe, Schober), the system makes it possible to diagnose phoria and to check a patient's monocular or binocular vision, ultimately providing them with the best spectacle lens prescription for their vision needs.
In addition to the prescription and type of lens, there's another factor that determines how well a spectacle lens wearer sees with their glasses: centration. The ZEISS i.Terminal 2 creates a frontal and side image of the spectacle lens wearer at the push of a button, and provides you with all the patient's particular parameters (e.g. interpupillary distance) for the precise positioning of the spectacle lenses in the frames. This way you recommend exactly those ZEISS lenses that are optimally suited to the wearer's needs.
The easiest way to measure spectacle lenses and contact lenses. The ZEISS VISULENS 500 automated lensmaster makes it possible to determine the spectacle lens prescription independently of the material, refractive index and Abbe number – conveniently, precisely and fast. The ZEISS VISULENS 500 also offers an advanced UV transmission measurement system: thanks to the simultaneous analysis of four different wavelengths between 365 and 405 nm, spectacle lenses can be reliably inspected to determine the level of UV protection.
To improve the workflow as well as the convenient operation of all ZEISS systems, we offer ophthalmologists a digital management ecosystem: ZEISS VISUCONSULT 500 and ZEISS i.com mobile are iPad apps that allow the optician to control all their processes centrally and conveniently – from vision analysis and the consultation all the way to the ordering process. For example: you can operate all ZEISS instruments remotely, and you can view spectacle lenses, coats or tints directly on the tablet to ensure successful patient consultation.
Modern eyeglass lenses really are a miracle of technology. There are many different ways of tailoring them exactly to the needs of the wearer. This is all enabled by a countless number of lens types and order parameters. The technologies used to produce modern individualized ZEISS lenses are highly complex – but now ordering them couldn’t be easier. With the new VISUSTORE® online ordering system by ZEISS.
ZEISS Vision Care has developed ZEISS VISUCONSULT 100 to help you transform your consultation process into an unforgettable experience: Download the free ZEISS VISUCONSULT 100 App today to access your digital assistant for individual consultation.
ZEISS is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of spectacle lenses, and is committed to delivering maximum precision and comfort. ZEISS designs and produces lenses, instruments and measurement systems, as well as retail concepts and technology services that continue to raise the bar in vision care.