Meet MoFe®: Mobile Femto for Cataract Surgery
Sightpath has performed more laser cataract surgeries than anyone. We’ll help you get started.
Offering laser-assisted cataract surgery to your patients has never been easier. Forget the overwhelming cost of purchasing a femtosecond laser. Forget the hassles of ownership. And forget moving forward with anything less than expert support.
Sightpath provides all the equipment and support needed to start offering femto cataract surgery. Our comprehensive mobile laser cataract suite includes the LenSx Femtosecond Laser, surgical supplies, clinical support, implementation resources, and a manufacturer-certified engineer who will stay at your side during surgery day. With the MoFe option, there is nothing stopping you from bringing laser cataract surgery to 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.
Advanced Cataract Equipment
MoFe customers may choose to add Sightpath’s traditional cataract service, which includes next-generation phacoemulsification systems including the Alcon Centurion, Johnson & Johnson Vision Signature and Bausch & Lomb Stellaris. We also offer YAG lasers from Ellex to help you provide superior patient outcomes. With our traditional cataract service, Sightpath offers access to a phaco machine, a board-certified CST, and all the ophthalmic instruments, IOLs, and surgical supplies necessary 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, but it also elevates the neck to create an even plane for effective laser docking. Once you use this stabilizer, it’s hard to go back to anything else.
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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.
Dr. Larry Patterson discusses his MoFe implementation process and the benefits of working with the market leader
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.
Hear how the team at Dillman Eye Care Associates has incorporated the new technology into their practice.
MoFe One Year Later
Dr. David Dillman and Dr. Andrew Dvorak of Dillman Eye Care Associates discuss the benefits of Sightpath Medical’s MoFe program after one year of using the service.