Who's MORIA?

Founded in France in 1820. MORIA is one of the most recognized companies for its know-how in the manufacture of instruments for ophthalmic microsurgery, equipment for refractive surgery and transplant surgery. We have teamed up with experts in their fields around the world to improve and develop instruments and devices that allow you to perfect your surgical technique. We have always wanted to break down technological barriers to offer you products as close as possible to your needs, and thus to accompany you in the evolution of your surgical techniques in ophthalmology. With our expertise of 200 years of expertise, all our instruments are designed, manufactured and finished by hand in France. MORIA is a human-sized company and dedicates part of its activities to support the education of ophthalmologists.

MORIA, Expert in ophthalmic surgery for 200 years

Innovation, Performance, and Quality for your optimal satisfaction

Innovation

Innovation

MORIA has been involved in the first advances in ophthalmic surgery, from the beginnings of microsurgery to refractive surgery and now to the new techniques of corneal transplants.

Expertise

Expertise

By providing our expertise to our partners on innovative ideas, MORIA develops high-performance precision equipment, designed to meet the latest advances in surgical techniques.

Performance

Performance

MORIA develops products renowned for their quality, performance and adapts to the different surgical and surgical practices of each country.

Global Presence

Global Presence

With its head office and production based in France, MORIA allocates 80% of its production to international markets. MORIA is located in 80 countries and has subsidiaries in the United States, Japan and China.

Quality

Quality

The quality of MORIA instruments has been recognized worldwide for decades.

200 Years of Expertise and Innovation

1820

1820

2 craftsmen, Mr. Capron and Mr. Gobinard created a surgical instrumentation workshop.

1990

1990

Launch of Hanna's Trephine, which is still a reference in corneal transplant.

1997

1997

MORIA enters the LASIK market with the launch of the "LSK One" microkeratome.

1999

1999

Launch of the first single-use microkeratome, "One Use".

2002

2002

Development of the range of single-use microkeratomes, specifically the single-use CB head ".

2008

2008

Launch of the single use microkeratome One Use-Plus SBK

2009

2009

MORIA introduces its single-use instrument line.

2013

2013

Launches of a range of single-use trephines and punches for keratoplasty.

2014

2014

Launch of the COMPOSITES Retina range.

2016

2016

Launch of the ACP System

2017

2017

Launch of the ONE STEEL range, all metal single use instruments.

2019

2019

Launch of the Deep Well Guarded Punch

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Last update: 06/19/2020

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