How Does The ZEPTO™ Capsulotomy System Improve My Cataract Procedure?
Zepto™ Capsulotomy System
FDA approved Zepto™ Capsulotomy System provides lens capsulotomy during cataract surgery. Zepto™ provides quick, consistent, and high quality automated capsulotomies using a disposable capsulotomy handpiece connected to a control console. Ophthalmic surgeon, Dr. Neil Griffin is one of the first in the country to go beyond laser and offer cataract patients state-of-the-art and the groundbreaking technology of the ZEPTO™ Capsulotomy System.
How does it work?
Zepto™ uses a combination of calibrated suction and a 4-millisecond multipulse energy algorithm to produce high quality capsulotomies. Zepto™ can be used through a 2.2mm incision and integrates seamlessly into the standard cataract surgery routine to enhance surgical efficiency.
Zepto allows the surgeon to determine the patient’s own unique visual axis intraoperatively.
Electron microscopic and biomechanical peer-reviewed analysis showed the Zepto™ capsulotomy edge to be significantly stronger than that obtained by manual capsulorhexis or femtosecond laser. Due to its unique design, Zepto™ can be used not only in simple cases of cataract surgery but also in challenging cases.
What are the Benefits?
ZEPTO™ system employs a host of unique features to enhance outcomes in cataract surgery. The precision pulse system creates suction on the capsule such that there is no movement during the 4-msec incision time that provides a uniform capsulotomy.
Griffin Eye Center is one of the first ophthalmic centers in the country to go beyond laser and offer the groundbreaking technology of the ZEPTO™ Capsulotomy System.
The precision pulse capsulotomy device is FDA approved and can be used in both simple and complicated cataract surgery.