Going Beyond Laser
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.
ZEPTO™ offers cataract patients precise, visually centered and stronger capsulotomies in milliseconds.
How Does It Work?
ZEPTO™ uses a combination of calibrated suction and a 4-millisecond multi-pulse 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.
Compared to current methods, ZEPTO™ helps your surgeon automatically provide you with a quick, gentle, and precise outcome.
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-second incision time that provides a uniform capsulotomy.