Dr. Robert Weinstock, Director of Cataract and Refractive Surgery at The Eye Institute of West Florida, is the first surgeon to offer laser cataract surgery with the new ALLY System from LENSAR. The ALLY System, recently FDA cleared, is now available and the first installed unit is at The Eye Institute of West Florida. As head of LENSAR’s Medical Advisory Board, Dr. Weinstock has been an integral part of the design and development of ALLY, collaborating with the team at LENSAR and providing surgeon-centric guidance throughout the development process.
ALLY is the first platform to combine advanced imaging and optimized femtosecond laser technologies into one compact system for cataract surgery. ALLY is designed to complete the entire cataract surgery procedure in a single, sterile setting, reducing the overall time and experience for the patient and surgeon. In addition to improved efficiencies, ALLY’s proprietary features are enabling surgeons to deliver improved clinical outcomes. ALLY’s state-of-the-art Augmented Reality™ and Cataract Density Imaging provides surgeons with a new level of guidance and confidence while performing surgery.
“We are proud to be the first ophthalmic surgery center to offer this advanced cataract treatment to our patients. ALLY provides a premium experience, reducing overall surgery time, and enables our team to consistently achieve optimum visual outcomes.” Said Robert Weinstock, MD. “I have worked closely with the LENSAR development team and believe that ALLY will change the way surgeons approach cataract surgery. We now have a platform that elevates the patient experience and surgical outcomes.”