WHAT ARE CATARACTS
AND HOW ARE THEY TREATED?
Cataracts are a common vision condition and a natural part of aging.
When you have cataracts, the crystalline lens in your eye hardens and stiffens – clouding your vision. This loss of vision can affect your ability to enjoy almost everything you do, from reading and driving to hobbies and computer work.
To help restore your vision, surgery to remove and replace your natural crystalline lens is required. In a 2018 survey, cataract patients said that their main concerns were avoiding complications during surgery and achieving good long-term vision after surgery. With ZEPTO®, your doctor can automate a critical part of the cataract procedure, which helps ensure safety and promotes optimized outcomes for long-term vision.
WHAT IS A CAPSULOTOMY?
Performed by hand, your surgeon tears an opening in the capsular bag. It can be difficult to create a perfectly circular shape. Imperfections in the capsulotomy may cause adverse effects for your vision over time.
ZEPTO® automates the capsulotomy process.
With ZEPTO®, your doctor uses a micro-sized handpiece to create a precise, circular capsulotomy on your visual axis.
HOW ZEPTO® WORKS
ZEPTO® allows your physician to create a circular capsulotomy in just 4 milliseconds.
- The micro-sized ZEPTO® handpiece tip is inserted into the eye.
- The handpiece is placed in the center of your eye and aligned to your visual axis.
- A small amount of energy is applied, and the capsulotomy is created. The handpiece is removed and your physician completes the cataract procedure.
YOU AND YOUR VISION DESERVE THE BEST
Ask your doctor if the precision of ZEPTO® Assisted Cataract Surgery is right for you.