Planatome Polished Blade

Meet the Planatome Blade

Ordinary Outcomes Become Extraordinary With Planatome Surgical Blades

The Planatome Polished Blade is designed for wound healing:

The current, standard blade was introduced over 100 years ago. You need a surgical blade that meets this century’s expectations. Engineered with robotic polishing, the Planatome Surgical Blade is the hallmark of twenty-first century precision tools.

Your community trusts your practice. Your patients trust you. You trust your tools. A surgical blade worthy of your trust should check all the boxes for quality care.

• Cleaner incisions
• Minimized tissue & nerve damage
• Minimized risk of infection
• Reduced bleeding
• Improved wound strength
90% wound closure at 24 hrs


Faster Healing
Better recovery experience
Less scarring
Less pain
Greater practice loyalty
Stronger physician trust


Use fewer scalpels during surgery
Shorten operating time
See more predictable procedures
Experience more predictable outcomes
Increase surgery volume
Increase patient referral

One surgeon performed a multi-hour procedure that normally would go through a couple of dozen blades:

“He only used one [Planatome Polished Blade] the entire time,” noting that the surgeon was able to shave a half-hour’s time from the surgery.

A Surgical Blade Made for Our Times.

Real patient outcomes. Real peer reviews.

Sachin Shridharani, MD, FACS

“Better ergonomics – ease of use to create incision; good feel, clean incision. Clean incision is a better cut. More durable means using fewer blades. As an example, I performed a bilateral thigh lift with one Planatome vs 3-4 standard scalpels. It’s a paradigm shift on how you use a blade.”

Specializes in breast, body, and face procedures.

Click Here to watch Dr. Shridharani using a cadaveric model to explain the Paradigm Shift in use that Planatome presents to surgeons.

Atanu Biswas, MD

“There is a clear difference. I used only one #10 and one #15 Planatome blade for a breast reduction, which usually requires 5-10 regular blades per case. The handling characteristics are much better. It’s weird since most of us just take it for granted that a blade is a blade, but there is a clear difference.”

Specializes in breast, body, and face procedures.

Click Here to watch Dr. Biswas demonstrate the use and benefits of Planatome while performing De-epithelization during a Breast Reduction procedure. 

Click Here for a 2nd clip from this Breast Reduction procedure.

Daria Hamrah, DMD, FAACS, FADSA

“Love the blades! Definitely better than the standard blades that I’ve been using! They feel sturdier and don’t bend as easily. Cut and carve with less effort and greater precision, as you can cut with more gentle pressure. Definitively last longer! During Rhinoplasty, when cutting and shaping cartilage, I go through 4 blades on average, and I used one Planatome. During intra-oral surgery when cutting down to bone, the blades don’t dull like the standard blades, and they continue to cut with sharpness and precision. For example, during 3rd molar surgery I can use one single blade throughout the entire case without having to switch.”

Triple Board-certified Oral and Maxillofacial and Facial Cosmetic Surgery.

Steven Fagien, MD, FACS

“Love the precision and consistency of the Planatome blades. Precision is the key to Aesthetic Surgery and the consistency helps to minimize the patient to patient variation we see in our practice. Definitely get less bleeding which help my visibility in creating intricate incisions on the eyelid.”

Click Here for Dr. Fagien’s video demonstrating the precise incision and minimal bleeding while using Planatome® for a Blepharoplasty procedure.

Frank Agullo, MD, FACS

“Until now, we have been limited in taking care of surgical scars until after we make the incision. Suture technique and material, taping, scar gels, microneedling, and lasers can all help improve the scars previously made.  With Planatome® polished scalpel blades I can minimize the scar by minimizing trauma in a smooth and precise manner to exclusively use Planatome.”

Click Here as Dr. Agullo demonstrates the mechanism of action for the Planatome® technology.


Chief of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in the Department of Surgery at Washington University in St. Louis; Expertise in post-traumatic injury and oncologic surgery.

Click Here as Dr. Sacks demonstrates how the mechanism of action sets the quality of the cut by creating minimal incisions using Planatome®.


The Planatome Blade is evidence-based surgical advancement in your hands.

Prevent Nerve Damage and Minimize Scarring. Clinical research confirms that robotic-finished surgical blades reduce the area and width of scar formation in subjects at regular time intervals. The more precise the cut, the less nerve endings are sheared or crushed. The Planatome Surgical Blade closely transections nerve endings, keeping more of the nerve’s structural integrity intact and aligned. Smaller surface area damage allows the nerve to repair and regenerate faster than traditional surgical blades. Short distance and fast repair of the nerves keeps inflammation low and reduces the risk of blood clots. Clinical research results continue to support the use of highly polished blades for precise incisions to keep the body focused on healing rather than fighting infection. Additional clinical research will examine the rates of functional nerve recovery using the Planatome Surgical Blade.

These scar comparisons, between the nano-perfected Planatome scalpel blade and a standard scalpel blade, illustrate the collagen deposition and reorganization from each incision. Planatome blade incisions show a more uniform collagen deposition and produce a better scar due to faster collagen reorganization from a reduction in tissue disruption.

You focus on your patients. We focus on you.

Our mission is to provide surgeons and patients with a better alternative to the surgical cutting devices currently available today.
As the prodigy of Entrepix, a leading provider of Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP) services, Planatome tailors CMP innovation to industry-specific needs for an elevated surgery experience for surgeons and patients alike.

What is Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP)?

CMP is advanced semiconductor nano-polishing technology. As such, the Planatome Surgical Blade is an ultra-smooth and consistent precision tool.

  • Minimizes surgically induced tissue trauma
  • Eliminates the manufacturing grind defects found on all standard scalpels
  • Redefines surgical expectations for both the surgeon and patient
  • Delivers faster healing with less infection
  • Results in increased wound strength with reduced scarring
  • Minimizes pain by reducing nerve damage