Meet MoFe®: Mobile Femto for Cataract Surgery
Sightpath shares the knowledge and expertise gained from assisting in more than 50,000 laser cataract procedures.
Sightpath provides all of the equipment and support needed for a successful surgery day. Our comprehensive suite includes the LenSx laser, surgical supplies, manufacturer engineer, clinical support, implementation resources and access to customizable practice marketing tools. With the MoFe option, there is nothing stopping you from offering laser cataract surgery at your facility.
The Alcon LenSx® Laser is a fully-integrated, image-guided femtosecond laser designed specifically for refractive cataract surgery. It automates many of the most challenging steps of cataract surgery using a customizable 3-D surgical platform. The LenSx Laser is used in more cataract surgeries than any other laser.1
Sightpath customers receive, at no additional cost, access to a variety of customizable materials that were produced by and in consultation with ophthalmic marketing professionals specifically for Sightpath MoFe customers. On the Sightpath Resource Library you will find:
- Operational and regulatory instruction with sample forms
- Service pricing models and video instruction
- Patient education materials including procedure animations
- Sample press releases, phone scripts, radio and television ads
- Marketing and public relations-focused learning modules
MoFe customers may choose to add Sightpath’s traditional cataract service, which includes advanced equipment. We offer next-generation phacoemulsification systems including the Alcon Centurion, Johnson & Johnson Vision Signature and Bausch&Lomb Stellaris. Also, YAG lasers from Ellex and Nidek are available to help you provide superior patient outcomes. With our traditional cataract service, Sightpath offers access to a Phaco device, board-certified CST, and all of the instruments, IOLs and supplies needed, including a backup Phaco system, to ensure a successful, productive surgery day.
The MoFe Stabilizer is Sightpath’s unique device designed for optimal patient head positioning. Not only can it help reduce movement, thus increasing the likelihood of a free-floating capsulotomy, the MoFe Stabilizer also elevates the neck to create an even plane for effective laser docking.
Laser-assisted cataract surgery (LACS) has been steadily growing in popularity. As of 2016, LACS now accounts for 8.8 percent of all cataract procedures in the United States, up from 6.6 percent the previous year.
You’re busy. We know. When you have limited time and resources, marketing your practice and your elective offerings can be tricky. No matter how tempting it may be, however, don’t let your marketing fall by the wayside. Consistently marketing your practice will make sure that your patients are still there in six months, a year, and beyond!
If you’re a cataract surgeon, chances are you’re very good at what you do. Given the surgery’s impressive success rate, some surgeons might scoff at the notion of bringing femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (also known as LACS, FLACS, or femto) to their practice.
A Competitive Advantage
See how Sightpath Medical's equipment and service can help your practice grow.
How I Did It: Laser Cataract Panel Discussion, AAO 2013
Surgeons from across the country discuss how they have been able to implement new laser cataract technology into their practice in this panel discussion.
Meet MoFe: Implementation & Adoption Presentation, ASCRS 2013
MoFe Adoption & Affordability
Drs Patterson & Bregman, both from TN, share their impressions about adding the femtosecond laser for cataract surgery into their practices.
MoFe Site Inspection
Before becoming a customer, a site survey must be completed for all mobile Femtosecond Laser for Cataract Surgery customers. See what that entails.
Testimonials – Dr. Daniel Bregman
Dr. Bregman with Eye Health Partners in Nashville, explains how partnering with Sightpath has made offering Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery a reality for his practice.