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MORIA has been at the leading edge of eye surgery technology for nearly two centuries due to its close relationships with surgeons worldwide.

Innovation – MORIA has participated in major advances in eye surgery, from the advent of microsurgery, to refractive surgery, and more recently, to new techniques for corneal transplants. MORIA leads by innovation cultivated through outstanding relationships with surgeons to develop high quality, precision equipment and instruments designed to respond to the latest advances in surgical techniques.

Performance –  MORIA develops products renowned for their quality, performance, and adaption to the varying practices and surgical techniques of each country. With global headquarters and manufacturing facilities in France, MORIA devotes 80% of its production to international markets. It operates in 80 countries and has subsidiaries in the USA, Japan, and China, and partner distributors in the other markets.

Quality – The high quality of MORIA’s ophthalmic surgical instruments has been widely recognized for decades.

COMPOSITES:  A New Generation Of Affordable, High Performance Instruments.

  • Surgical stainless-steel tips and durable handles made from a high-tech composite material.
  • High quality reusable instruments at an attractive price.
  • Eliminate the time and expense of dealing with misaligned, bent, damaged, or lost.

Why Choose To Combine Composite Material with Surgical Stainless Steel?

  • A very strong material: our composite polymer PEEK retains its mechanical and chemical properties even when exposed to high temperatures and challenging organic or aqueous environments. Because of its robustness, PEEK is used to manufacture items for demanding applications, such as medical implants and aerospace industries.
  • To make surgery with instruments in less-than-ideal conditions a thing of the past. Like all fine instruments, Composites are subject to bending and can be damaged if misused or dropped, however, unlike conventional instruments, Composites are priced at a level that allows for the instruments to simply be discarded and readily replaced from inventory whenever necessary.
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