Excellent stability with ZEISS CT LUCIA 621P/PY

Excellent stability


ZEISS CT LUCIA 621P/PY IOLs feature an optic-haptic junction designed to ensure refractive stability. Coupled with step-vaulted C-loop haptics, this enables easy centering while maximizing direct capsular contact, thus ensuring stability and supporting a consistent, stable axial IOL position in the capsular bag.

Dr. Igor di Carlo, MD, Policlinico San Luca, Turin / Italy, shares first-hand experiences with CT LUCIA 621P/PY

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Dr. Igor di Carlo, MD

The new CT LUCIA 621 P/PY provides great reproducibility in the folding procedures – by my nurses, very well appreciated.

Dr. Igor di Carlo, MD

Policlinico San Luca, Turin / Italy



Your drylab experience with ZEISS CT LUCIA 621PY & ZEISS miLOOP

This newly available experience kit has been developed to provide a unique way to discover two products at the same time: ZEISS miLOOP and ZEISS CT LUCIA 621PY.

After registration your local ZEISS representative will be in touch to arrange a convenient date to demo the kit either digital or in person.

Please note: The ZEISS CT LUCIA & ZEISS miLOOP drylab kit demo session is only available in the following countries: Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden.


  • CT LUCIA 621 injector handling

    CT LUCIA® 621P/PY

    CT LUCIA® 621P/PY is the recently enhanced monofocal, hydrophobic, C-Loop IOL from ZEISS, which allows you to treat a wide range of patients with a unique ZEISS Optic, featuring:

    • Consistent visual outcomes¹
    • Excellent stability
    • Intuitive injector handling

    miLOOP® from ZEISS

    The miLOOP® from ZEISS is a game-changing microinterventional lens fragmentation device, which is designed to remove the challenges of hard cataracts.

    • Reduced phaco energy and fluid use²
    • Minimal stress to capsule and zonules²
    • Reduced procedure and post-op treatment time²⁻³