• The WOW Factor is that moment when your patient
    lifts their head up and is overwhelmed with emotion
    because they can actually see the detail on the clock
    across the surgery room.

    It is a moment that your patients never forget. We at
    MED-LOGICS want to work with you to achieve that
    WOW Factor with every single one of your patients.
  • Thin PLANAR Flaps

    • Maximizes the WOW factor
    • Helps preserve corneal structure
    • Contours to the ablated surface
    • Prevents buttonholes
  • Smooth Stromal Beds

    • Critical to creating the WOW factor
    • Reduces light sensitivity type complications
    • None of the roughness associated with FS lasers
  • 7 Second Flaps

    • Convenient automatic reverse
    • Less patient discomfort
    • Quicker for the surgeon
  • 360° Hinge Positioning

    • Match the hinge to the patient
    • Use temporal hinges for a larger treatment area.
    • Each blade calibrated to ±5 microns in the projected depth of cut
    • Plus and Minus CLB® versions available to optimize the flap for each patient
  • Convenient Blade Shuttle

    • Easily load the blade into the head
    • Prevents cutting edge damage
    • Only for the ML7100 CLB®
  • Craig Helm, MD, Helm Vision Group (Valencia, CA, USA) “Coming from a Hansatome® microkeratome I understood the issues related with microkeratomes. I even looked into the femtosecond laser systems as a viable option in creating the flap. After using the ML7, I feel confident that I’m using the best flap making device on the market.”
    Craig Helm, MD, Helm Vision Group (Valencia, CA, USA)
  • Dr. Suhaib Al Samady, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon (Amman, Jordan “The ML7 microkeratome is very fast, accurate, and gives you a prefect flap with a smooth stromal bed. I like that I can also vary the hinge position (Temporal, Nasal, and Superior).”
    Dr. Suhaib Al Samady, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon (Amman, Jordan)
  • L. Shawn Wong, MD, Eyes of Texas Laser Center (Austin, TX, USA) “There is no need to buy into the femtosecond hype. The ML7 gives world-class results and value.”
    L. Shawn Wong, MD, Eyes of Texas Laser Center (Austin, TX, USA)
  • Dr. Sallam Takruri, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon (Amman, Jordan) “I personally use the ML7 microkeratome on most of my LASIK patients. So far, it has giving me many options to manipulate the flap thickness for thin corneas (up to 90µm flaps). Also it provided me with the advantage of localizing the hinge according to my desire.”
    Dr. Sallam Takruri, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon (Amman, Jordan)
  • Reslan Alajak, MD, Saiida Zainab Hospital (Damascus, Syria) “For a year now, I have used the ML7 on more than 500 patients and seen excellent flaps with smooth stromal beds. I also like that the patients are more comfortable due to lower vacuum and a fast cutting speed. I have yet to experience any complication with this device, like free-flaps or buttonholes. What I like the most about the ML7 is the ability to customize the flap thickness for each patient with predictable and reliable results.”
    Reslan Alajak, MD, Saiida Zainab Hospital (Damascus, Syria)
  • Gilles Coursaux, MD, Centre LASIK Paris (Paris, France) “The ML7 is very fast and comfortable for a surgeon to use. Patients enjoy the quick visual recovery, also known as the WOW factor!”
    Gilles Coursaux, MD, Centre LASIK Paris (Paris, France)
  • Ricardo Guimaraes, MD, Hospital del Olhos de Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte, Brazil) “The ML7 is a consistent and reliable platform giving the surgeon the comfort and confidence to achieve an accurate flap thickness each and every time. Ultimate control is placed upon the surgeon for safety sake and the patients are experiencing faster vision recovery, which is not only a gift for the patient but the surgeon as well.”
    Ricardo Guimaraes, MD, Hospital del Olhos de Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
  • Moemen ElNawawy, MD, Modern Eye Center (Alexandria, Egypt) “It's a good, highly competitive microkeratome. It would please every refractive surgery center to have the ML7.”
    Moemen ElNawawy, MD, Modern Eye Center (Alexandria, Egypt)
  • Sergey Krutov, MD, Tozhka Zrenia Clinic (Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia) “This is a first microkeratome in my practice. And there have not been any problems. The process of flap forming is controlled visually, the rings fit any eyes. The high superciliary arch does not hinder due to the vertical handpiece. The flap thickness of 100 microns is quite sufficient. The device is reliable and you get used to it quickly. Nothing else is needed. Now my experience is already 3 years.”
    Sergey Krutov, MD, Tozhka Zrenia Clinic (Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia)
  • Stephen Hollis, MD, Hollis LASIK Center (Auburn, AL, USA) “I have used the ML7 for over 3 years and have achieved a single digit standard deviation in the flap thickness. I’m very happy with the ML7’s performance and accuracy. With this device I can create a LASIK flap in under 10 seconds. Patients appreciate the short amount of time the device is required to be on the eye.”
    Stephen Hollis, MD, Hollis LASIK Center (Auburn, AL, USA)
  • Ahmad Darwish, MD, Saiida Zainab Hospital (Damascus, Syria) “The ML7 microkeratome is very simple to use and gives a very smooth corneal bed. I have yet to experience a complication with the device. Having done over 250 eyes, I can tell you that I’m completely satisfied with its accuracy.”
    Ahmad Darwish, MD, Saiida Zainab Hospital (Damascus, Syria)
  • Dr. Nadia Mwas, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon (Amman, Jordan) “With the ML7 microkeratome I finally can see the most beautiful corneal stromal bed and perfect flaps.”
    Dr. Nadia Mwas, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon (Amman, Jordan)
  • Dr. Ashraf Fikry, South Sinai Hospital (South Sinai, Egypt) “Using the ML7, you will have no boundaries for perfect flap making and the best quality of vision for your patients.”
    Dr. Ashraf Fikry, South Sinai Hospital (South Sinai, Egypt)
  • Dr. Antonio Mendez, Mendez Vision, Tijuana, MEXICO “The ML7 has all the best features of the different microkeratomes and together with the calibrated blade adds up to giving the most constant predictable thickness flaps. Its compact size permits its use in any type of eye. This is very important especially in hyperopic eyes where the best option is to leave a temporal hinge. It is so comfortable to have a temporal hinge that I routinely use it even for my myopic cases. Now with all the promotion of a femtosecond laser to create a flap, the ML7 mirokeratome still creates a superior quality flap.”
    Dr. Antonio Mendez, Mendez Vision, Tijuana, MEXICO
  • Dr. Ivanov Vladimir, MD - Kishinev Center “I have treated more than 12,000 patients with the ML7® and found it to be very safe and predictable. It creates a better diameter flap with accurate thickness. The flap is always stable and provides perfect results for the patient.”
    Dr. Ivanov Vladimir, MD - Kishinev Center "Eye Microsurgery" Moldova - www.mikof.md
  • The ML7:
    A New-Generation
    Microkeratome

    This technology may eliminate constraints with LASIK treatments
    BY GILLES COURSAUX, MD
  • Video:
    Using the ML7 Microkeratome

    Dr. Wong constructed this video showing the flap creation using the ML7 microkeratome. He marks the cornea to line it up with the marks on the ML7 vacuum ring, making centering the ring quick and simple. After the correction, Dr. Wong easily lays the flap back into the pronounced trough created by the ML7 microkeratome.
    BY L. SHAWN WONG, MD
  • Video:
    Preparing the ML7 for Surgery

    Dr. Wong constructed this video showing how quick and simple it is to prepare the ML7 for surgery. The blade is loaded with the proprietary blade shuttle, the handpiece is snapped into the head and loaded onto the vacuum ring. With everything preassembled, the device only needs to be on the eye for a few seconds to create a flap.
    BY L. SHAWN WONG, MD
  • Video:
    Using the ML7 Microkeratome

    Dr. Mendez constructed this video showing several LASIK procedures using the ML7 microkeratome. He varies the hinge location, flap thickness, and diameter, depending on the patients’ needs. In all cases, the ML7 microkeratome creates smooth, accurate flaps with ease.
    BY ANTONIO MENDEZ MD
  • Why I Use
    a Microkeratome

    Two surgeons discuss the creation of the LASIK flap.
    MARK E. JOHNSTON, MD, FRCSC & L. SHAWN WONG, MD
  • PRESENTATION:
    ML7 in Clinical Use

    Designs and Features for Success
    L. SHAWN WONG, MD
  • Consolidated Footswitch

    • Durable, consolidated design
    • Dustproof and waterproof
    • Anti-slide feature
  • Easy to Control Console

    • Large, easy-to-read displays
    • Variable vacuum control
    • Maintains blade speed for consistent flaps
    • Internal battery backup
  • Ergonomic Handpiece

    • No assembly on the eye
    • 360° hinge positioning
    • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Precision One-Piece Heads

    • Epithelium friendly shape and coating
    • Applies constant pressure to prevent
      buttonholes and create PLANAR flaps
    • Open design to see the flap while it’s cut
    • 100 & 130 micron versions available
  • Vacuum Rings

    • Allows for 360° hinge positioning
    • Slitted vacuum opening for secure hold
    • Centration marks to line up with cornea
    • 8.0, 8.5, 9.0, 9.5, & 10.0 mm options available
  • ML7 Eye Marker

    • Lines up with markings on ML7 vacuum rings
    • Asymmetric design for easy repositioning
    • Made from high strength titanium
  • Microkeratome Cart

    • Easily move the ML7 around
    • Convenient pivoting surgical tray
    • Secure the cart with locking wheels