Working in laser retinopexy and wondering which type of laser glasses to use?
Which Laser Glasses to Use for Laser Retinopexy?
The laser you’re using to seal the tear in someone’s retina is obviously capable of burning your own retina. To protect your eyes, you’ll want to wear laser safety glasses during the laser retinopexy procedure. If you’re working with an Argon laser, we suggest going with the Argon KTP laser safety glasses (LS-AKP). AKP laser safety glasses will protect your eyes from the Argon laser during laser retinopexy.
Wondering which laser glasses to use for laser retinopexy?
- For laser retinopexy with argon lasers, our Argon KTP laser safety glasses are the ones to use.
- Argon laser safety glasses are which laser glasses to use for laser retinopexy because they will protect your eyes from stray, scattered, or reflected laser beams during the retinopexy procedure.
- Argon lasers are capable of burning a retina, which is why they’re used for laser retinopexy. You don’t want your own retina getting burned accidentally, so proper laser safety glasses are important.
- Our selection of laser safety glasses includes many modern and attractive styles, which will help your patients feel calm and relaxed during the procedure.
- The Argon KTP laser safety glasses block 190-532nm at 5+ OD and 5,000-11,000nm at 6+ OD.
If you’re looking for which laser glasses to use for laser retinopexy, our Argon KTP laser safety glasses (LS-AKP) are the best choice for total eye protection.
It’s important to consider which frame you wear during retinopexy procedures, as they’re often outpatient, and the patient will see you in your laser glasses. You don’t want to wear giant, bulky, scientific glasses during the procedure as they may make the patient nervous. Our selection of modern wraparound frames for Argon KTP will allow you to find a pair that is comfortable on your face, both for yourself and your patient!
If you have any questions about which laser glasses to use for laser retinopexy, give us a call or leave a comment below. Thanks for reading, and stay safe!