Do you suffer from dry eyes? Have you tried every over-the-counter eye drop with no relief in sight? When managing dry eyes, Dr. Kaur addresses the underlying cause of dry eyes instead of just managing symptoms.
Intense Pulse Light (IPL)
IPL is a treatment originally designed for use in dermatology and FDA-approved for patients with rosacea and acne. IPL is for patients with moderate to severe dry eyes, blepharitis, ocular rosacea or meibomian gland dysfunction. IPL is thought to work by sealing abnormal blood vessels that leak inflammatory mediators into the ocular tissues. Other effects include improved meibomian gland function, improved tear stability and patient comfort.
Improved eye comfort and vision clarity
Drug-free light based treatment
Treat root cause of ocular surface disease and blepharitis
It also treats conditions such as ocular rosacea and telangiectasia, which may lead to dry eyes
IPL helps with skin tightening and rejuvenation
Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT)
LLLT uses specially designed LED lights to gently warm up the eyelids, causing the meibomian glands to unclog and release oils. Ultralight is a powerful and unique treatment that is non-invasive, pain and stress-free meibomian gland & dry eye treatment for all patients.
The emission of red LED light specific wavelengths triggers an endogenous heating of the eyelids. This stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, while reducing inflammation of the oil glands in the eyelids, reducing pain, and increasing tear volume.
Safe, non-invasive procedure 15 minutes per session
No recovery time needed
No side effects or discomfort Safe for adults and children
It's quick and painless! Simply lay back with your eyes closed and relax as the warm light clears your glands.
LLLT is also used in dermatology for skin rejuvenation by decreasing fine lines, wrinkles, decreasing acne and acne scars and reducing UV damage.
Tyrvaya is a new prescription nasal spray used to treat signs and symptoms of dry eye disease.
Tyrvaya works by activating the trigeminal parasympathetic pathway, resulting in increase in basal tear production.
Do you suffer from dry, red, watery eyes? Do you have ocular rosacea?