Fed up with red, painful, itchy eyes? Can't wear your contact lenses for long anymore?
The understanding of dry eyes have changed so much in the last year. Let us share with you more.
What are Meibomian glands and their functions?
First, we need to understand what our Meibomian glands do for us. They are located at the rim of our upper and lower eyelids, producing lipids (known as meibum) to lubricate and prevent evaporation of our tears.
Did you know…
Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) has been found to cause 45-65% of dry eyes symptoms. It is also the most common cause of dry eye disease (DED), but yet, usually left undiagnosed!
What is Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD)?
MGD happens when Meibomian glands do not secret sufficient meibum to lubricate our tear film, or hypersecretion of meibum occurs. Hypersecretion happens during infrequent blinking while using digital devices or reading. Infrequent blinking causes less lubrication across the eyes, thus stimulating Meibomian glands to produce excessive meibum, resulting in blockage of glands overtime.
How does E-Eye treat MGD?
E-Eye does not directly affect the Meibomian glands. It uses patented Intense Regulated Pulse Light (IRPL) which are adjusted to stimulate our nerves and unblock the Meibomian glands to return to their normal functions.
When should treatment sessions be done to achieve optimal results?
To see good results and achieve high success, 3 treatments are needed. 86% of patients do get better!
Treatment sessions should be done on:
- Day 1
- Day 15 (2 weeks after)
- Day 45 (1 month after)
Why choose E-Eye?
- No pain
- No redness
- It is not a surgery
- Done in clinic
- No down time, you can resume work and social activities immediately after treatment!
Find out more on other treatment methods here.