Ophthalmic Implants, Pupil Dilator Ring
Definition : Temporary ophthalmic implants designed to stretch and dilate the pupil. These flexible implants are open-ended elastic rings approximately 5-7 mm in diameter. Surgeons can insert the rings manually or with a plunger inserter system. Pupil dilator rings are intended to keep the pupil widened during phacoemulsification (a form of cataract surgery).
Entry Terms : "Pupil Dilator Rings" , "Ophthalmic Rings" , "Pupil Dilator Implants" , "Pupil Dilators" , "Rings"
UMDC code : 27010
Company Type: Parent
FCI Ophthalmics is a world leader in the development of a wide range of ophthalmic surgical devices. Since the company's inception in 1984, the innovative developments of FCI Ophthalmics have helped physicians solve problems relating to dry eye, epiphora, orbital, and lid procedures. By working in close conjunction with leading ophthalmic surgeons to continually develop and test the latest innovations in ophthalmic surgery, FCI helps improve the quality of patients' lives. By conforming to the world's highest standards of quality, design, and service, we are able to meet the ever-changing needs of ophthalmology professionals. Physicians seeking ophthalmic surgical devices built with advanced materials and developed through the latest research, need look no further than FCI Ophthalmics.