Precision equals safety

Existing ophthalmic blades are grinded, stamped, or formed by basic chemical etching. Final coating ensures smooth and consistent penetration but increases required penetration force. 

Our product development work with leading clinicians led us to the belief that ophthalmic blades needed improvement. The three qualities that ophthalmologists demand are precision, penetration and consistent performance. 

However, typical ophthalmic blades are grinded, stamped, or formed by basic chemical etching, and means they require a final coating. While this final coating helps ensure smooth and consistent penetration, it also demands greater penetration force from the user. This can lead to inconsistency and increases the potential for damage or slippage during the procedure.

Innovation creates sharper blades

At SURGI LAB, we pioneered the SURGICUT blade manufacturing method by using superior manufacturing equipment and process, that enhances the chemical etching process. This allows us to produce double-bevelled cutting edges and smooth surfaces – without compromising blade sharpness or requiring greater penetration force. Better for you, better for your patients.

Swiss precision means

Sharper blades

Our use of highly developed etching technology and electro-polishing ensures extremely sharp blades. 

Consistent performance

Our single-use blades are uniformly manufactured to ensure repeatable safe ophthalmic surgery – for every patient.

Superior craftsmanship

Our instruments are designed to the highest ergonomic specifications and safety standards, available in a wide range of sizes, geometries and variations.

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Interested in learning more?
We are committed to helping eye specialists everywhere to achieve better outcomes for their patients. Whether you’re an ophthalmologist, clinician, distributor or manufacturer, get in touch – we’re looking forward to hearing from you.