Our DMEK injection system is the most popular and widely used product on the market today. It provides touch-free and gentle handling of the Descemet Lamella in an easy-to-use glass cartridge and tubing set. In addition to this, we also provide a complete range of instruments and consumables to meet all requirements. Wet lab courses are available.
Our 140mm Punctum Dilator is UK manufactured to ensure you are provided with consistent precision each time. Both high-quality polished ends, 17 x Ø0.4mm and 21 x Ø0.3mm, help the avoidance of trauma during entry to the punctum in dilation procedures.
The product is engineered with a knurled handle providing an improved grip optimising both accuracy and control throughout punctoplasty.
The FEATHER range of surgical instruments includes: Disposable Scalpels, Safety Scalpels, Surgical Blades & Handles and Blade Removers. The MICRO FEATHER range include: Sideports, Phaco & Enlargement Incisions and Tunnel Incisions & Preparation of Flaps.
Ultra-sharp for a precise & consistent cutting quality
Daybreak Medical Ltd offers a complete range of fully-recyclable single-use premium instruments to fulfil all your surgical requirements. Available in both customisable instrument packs and as single items.
Sterimedix manufactures a complete range of high-quality single use cannulas & handpieces for all types of eye surgery. Manufactured entirely in the UK, Sterimedix products are distributed exclusively in the UK by Altomed Limited.
Our 100mm Kerrison Rongeur is engineered with a tapered fine end, this allows access to smaller incisions along with a smooth tip to prevent trauma in the surrounding tissue.
Ideal for Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) procedures, the 90° up-bite provides a perfect angle relative to the position of the bone during surgery. The new shorter instrument ensures enhanced manoeuvrability allowing for a quicker and easier action.
LacriJet® is a preloaded, self-retaining monocanalicular nasolacrimal intubation. LacriJet® is first introduced into the nasolacrimal duct. Once in position, the sliding piston is retracted, and the silicone intubation is released and left in place. The smaller sizes of LacriJet® 15 mm and 20 mm have been specifically designed for canalicular laceration repair. Contact us to arrange a trial.