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Returns Policy It is Toomac Ophthalmic’s intention to provide the highest quality products to our Customers. If you are dissatisfied with the quality of a product, please contact us as soon as possible (no later than 14 days from receipt of product), either by email to sales@toomac.co.nz or by phone to 09 443 5347. We may ask you to return the goods to us for inspection, with a copy of the Packing Slip or Invoice.  We will...
IOL loading forcep, John Weiss, titanium forcep, stainless steel forcep
Old technology? Think again! Loading forceps have been around a long time but John Weiss have re-evaluated the market place and designed a product which is far more suitable for the manual insertion of more expensive IOLs into injector systems.   Here are the 3 x main features and benefits: Rounded jaws and tips – will not damage lens (atraumatic). V-shape to tip when jaws closed – allows the forceps to...
John Weiss & Son Ltd has built its reputation on the ability to invent and manufacture instruments based on the ideas and requests of surgeons worldwide. To see the latest additions to the John Weiss range soley distributed by Toomac Opthalmic, click here.
Through continuous development John Weiss has created an outstanding and ever-increasing range of Capsulorhexis forceps, providing surgeons with a choice of handle and tip configurations in both stainless steel and titanium, to suit their individual techniques. View the latest catalogue here.
Inspired and designed by Dr. Jon Federio of Spain this lightweight Mullerectomy clamp facilitates fast and safe Ptosis surgery. See more here.
This new instrument is used to secure the eyeball during capsulorhexis, hydrodissection and implantation of the intraocular lens. It may also prove effective in manoeuvres involving lens fragmentation and the pre-chop technique. Read more here.
Titanium choppers and manipulators, and stainless prechoppers. Read the brochure.
E2 laser and endoscopy system
All forms of Glaucoma can be treated with this ECP, which has proven to be more successful in reducing IOP than trabeculectomy, tube implants and transscleral treatments; with minimum impact to surounding tissue and visual acuity. Read more here      See the video E2 product specs
iStent implant device for control of glaucoma
Cataract surgery and glaucoma therapy all in one procedure: Implanted during cateract surgery, iStent® can help reduce eye pressure and may reduce reliance on glaucoma medication. iStent® is not only the smallest medical implant known to be implanted in the human body - it also started a revolution in glaucoma surgery and treatment as the first Micro-Invasive Glaucoma Surgery device. The first and only (MIGS) device...

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