Eye surgery, commonly referred to as ophthalmic or ocular surgery, is an operation carried out on the eye or its adnexa by an ophthalmologist. Eye surgery is associated with ophthalmology. The eye is an extremely delicate organ that needs extra caution at every step of surgery before, during, and after. An ophthalmologist, diagnoses, and treats all eye disorders and conducts eye surgery. They also recommend and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses to alleviate visual issues.
Peak Surgicals offers a variety of ophthalmic instruments to ophthalmologists for the treat vision and eye care. Our ophthalmic instruments are designed to guard against possible eye injuries, illnesses, and damage. These instruments are used in the treatment of eye conditions such as amblyopia, strabismus, glaucoma, cataract, and age-related macular degeneration.
Ophthalmic instruments include:
- Forceps - Serrated and untoothed forceps for holding tissue, such as the iris, to restrain movement during ophthalmology; Typing forceps; Lens implantation forceps; Lens forceps; Ultata style capsulorhexis forceps; Arrugas intra capsule forceps; Dissecting forceps.
- Cannula like langs lachrymal cannula, Harrison butters lachrymal cannula
- Speculum like Clarks speculum
- Needle Holders - Used to keep the needle in place during stitching
- Scissors, such as iris scissors, are used to cut the outside of the cornea or iris or to perform intraocular maneuvers on deeper, more fragile tissues. Westcott stitch scissors, vannas capsulotomy scissors, and Westcott tenotomy scissors are also included.
Ophthalmic treatments, in particular, employ advanced surgical equipment including Piere micro scissors, corneal segment scissors, and others. Electrical or air-driven powered surgical tools are also used during surgery. Peak Surgicals produces medical instruments in accordance with regulatory standards, and for the best results, we work closely with a knowledgeable team of regulatory experts.