Corneal Markers

Corneal Markers

Corneal Markers Corneal markers are ophthalmic instruments used during ocular surgeries for marking the optimal surgical lines to perform accurate incisions and extractions during corneal graft procedures. The main parts of a corneal marker are a flat handle and a shaft which ends in different shape patterns.
Grene Visual Axis Marker Concave Tip

Corneal Markers

Grene Visual Axis Marker Concave Tip

McDonald Optic Zone Marker Double End With Cross Hairs

Corneal Markers

McDonald Optic Zone Marker Double End With Cross Hairs

Bores Optic Zone Marker

Corneal Markers

Bores Optic Zone Marker

Hoffer Optic Zone Marker With Cross Hairs

Corneal Markers

Hoffer Optic Zone Marker With Cross Hairs

Anis Radial Marker

Corneal Markers

Anis Radial Marker

Anis Suture Placment Marker

Corneal Markers

Anis Suture Placment Marker

Fechtner Trabeclectomy Marker

Corneal Markers

Fechtner Trabeclectomy Marker

Anis Radial Marker 16 Blades

Corneal Markers

Anis Radial Marker 16 Blades

Surtex Instruments corneal markers are manufactured in different popular patters, such as the Bores Optic Zone Marker, which is manufactured with a circular ring to enable the surgeon to accurately mark the center of the cornea as an aid to center the trephine during a corneal graft; this instrument is available in different diameters according to the patient needs. Our corneal markers are designed to match the surgeon requirements, in this regard; the Grene Visual Axis Marker is specifically designed to mark the pupil’s position on the cornea as it’s featured with a small concave tip to perform this function. All our corneal markers are manufactured using the finest surgical grade stainless steel, ensuring a lifetime instrument at your service.