BlephEx™ ... The First and Only Doctor Treatment for Blepharitis
- Over 30% of all patients suffer from some type of blepharitis symptoms.
- BlephEx™ is a new, in-office procedure that allows your doctor to take an active role in treating blepharitis.
- BlephEx™ reduces scurf and bacterial debris, the main causes of inflammatory lid disease, and improves the overall health of the eyelid.
- Patients will finally enjoy a life free from the chronic and irritating symptoms associated with blepharitis.
- The BlephEx™ treatment is well tolerated and only takes a few minutes to perform.
- BlephEx™ can save the patient hundreds of dollars in the costs of prescription drops and artificial tears.
- See your eye doctor for the latest in eyecare technology, and see if BlephEx™ is right for you.
“BlephEx treatment has been a marvelous addition to our armamentarium for the management of blepharitis, meibomian gland disease and other forms of ocular surface anomalies. The procedure is comfortable, easy to perform and highly effective.
Our experiences with BlephEx treatment have been quite impressive in the management of both clinical findings and subjective symptoms when used in conjunction with a comprehensive treatment approach.”
- S. Barry Eiden, OD, FAAO
North Suburban Vision Consultants, Ltd., President and Medical Director - www.nsvc.com
National Keratoconus Institute, President and Medical Director - www.nkci.org
EyeVis Eye and Vision Research Institute
My experience with Blephex to date has been fantastic.
- Dr Jim Kokkinakis, OD
Senior Lecturer University of NSW - The Eye Practice - www.theeyepractice.com.au
I see at least three or four patients every morning who have a blepharitis related complaint. If I look carefully under high slit lamp power, I invariably find evidence of Demodex, even if it is only slightly swollen lash orifices with tiny protuberances that looks like a small tails. Upon examination of these lashes under a microscope, I have always found living or dead Demodex. Every one of my symptomatic patients have felt better after BlephEx treatment, and those who had complained of intermittent blurred vision tell me that it has resolved. For those patients that I asked to start manual lid scrubs before the BlephEx treatment, I notice that I do a more thorough treatment than they do. I also have cataract referrals who come in with symptomatic blepharitis. It is very nice to be able to thoroughly clean their lids before going on to surgery. So far, the patients I have treated with blurry vision and marginal cataracts, such that I wasn't sure about the need for surgery, saw well enough after the BlephEx procedure that they decided they didn't need cataract surgery.
- Dr. Walter Fried, MD
Sure Vision Eye Center - Gurnee, IL
After years of struggling with patients with significant amounts of blepharitis, I now find that I can virtually eliminate the presence of active blepharitis discharge with the BlephEx procedure. Patients tell us that they feel like we have given their eyelids the best massage ever but therapeutically, it works to jump start the blepharitis treatment protocol. Patients are happy as the irritation and discharge is gone and it makes their home care that much easier than before. The procedure is easy to perform and the results are wonderful.
- John L. Schachet, OD
Eyecare Consultants Vision Source - Englewood, CO
Bleph-Ex is a great tool to remove scales and debris found in moderate to severe blepharitis. It is an important part of our dry eye protocol. Our patients find the procedure easily to tolerate and report a significant improvement in the eyes following the procedure. Bleph-Ex has changed the way we treat seborrhea type blepharitis.
- Trevor Miranda, OD
South Cowichan Eyecare, Optometrists - www.myeyecare.ca
Cobble Hill, BC