profitability, and safe distancing.
The TRS-6100 is designed to increase efficiency,
Can your HD-OCT see it all?
Is there Diabetic capillary dropout, FAZ change?
Wet or Dry?
Call us for all your Exam Lane needs or New Office Planning
Ruffatti Ophthalmic Instruments will bring its 26 years of industry experience and great customer service to the Marco product line.
Slit Lamp Imaging & Anterior Segment Camera
With Optional IR Meibography
Equinox LLLT Therapy
Red light from LLLT stimulates ATP by increasing and improving cellular activity. It reduces inflammation and works to restore the health of the meibomian glands.
Marco Equinox Low Level Light Therapy is non-invasive, pain and stress-free for patients. LLLT is indicated for the application of localized heat when the current medical community recommends the application of periorbital heat to the eyelids. Such applications would include Meibomian Gland Disfunction (MGD), Dry Eye or Blepharitis, Chalazion, and Stye.
Whether you're planning a new facility, the expansion of an existing one or need better use of your current space you need an expert partner to be with you every step of the way. We've been uniquely transforming practices for over 25 years.
At ROI were not just another equipment company, we are here to help with all of your exam lane needs. Call 800.981.6726
The Midwest #1 Source for Cutting Edge Ophthalmic Equipment
Ruffatti Ophthalmic Instruments partners with eye care practices for the advancement of patient care, clinical diagnostics and practice revenue enhancement.
What Our Customers Are Saying
“I would like to say thanks to Ruffatti Ophthalmic Instruments for getting us the Icare tonometer so quickly. While I was out of town it was delivered and my staff handled it brilliantly. Thanks for the staff training. We really like the Icare tonometer and so do the patients. It has been a welcomed technological improvement! Thanks again!”
Vivian Kloke, O.D.
Dr. James Kelly purchased an iFusion from Ruffatti Ophthalmic Instruments…
“Just wanted to reach out to you and say thanks for your time and efforts to provide my practice with this tremendous instrument. I am so impressed with this instrument’s capabilities and ease of operation. Our patients are blown away and I’ve detected a tremendous amount of disease that I wouldn’t have discovered with our old unit. There is not a hint of buyer’s remorse on this investment. I would be happy to speak with anyone who is on the fence.”
James Kelly, O.D.
Glen Ellyn, IL
“We love our Icare tonometer. Not having to anesthetize the eye first puts many patients at ease right away. My clinical staff loves how easy it is to use. I love the accuracy. Every office should have one.”
Charlotte F. Nielson, O.D.
This practice has purchased two iVue scanners from Ruffatti Ophthalmic Instruments…
“We have found them to be both patient and operator friendly. Due to the slit lamp mount it is easy to position even the most challenging patients. It is potentially portable and can even be used in the OR with the iStand. We have found the scans to be as good as those obtained from much more expensive machines. We are very pleased with our purchase and would highly recommend the iVue.”
James C. Liang, M.D.
Oak Lawn, IL
“I have had a relationship with ROI for several years. I have purchased several pieces of equipment from this great company. They are pleasant to work with and very knowledgeable about the products they sell.They will give you competitive pricing and great customer service. The training they give you and your staff surpasses anything I have seen from other companies. I will always consider purchasing from ROI first for all my equipment needs.”
Lonnie Williams, O.D.
South Holland, IL
Dr. Dennis Rabe uses the Icare tonometer from ROI in several of his offices…
“With the Icare tonometer, I no longer have to wonder if the epithelial changes I see on some of my patients are from ocular surface disease or from the anesthetic needed for Tonopen or Goldmann tonometry. It greatly enhances my ability to properly diagnose ocular surface disease etiologies at the first patient presentation.”
Dennis Rabe, O.D.