iLUX Treatment

iLUX®  MGD Treatment System

Dry eye is a chronic disease that affects over 30 million people in the U.S. and is caused by deficiencies in the quality and quantity of the tear film.  Those suffering with dry eye often struggle with symptoms such as redness, irritation, tearing, and blurry vision.  Many try to treat the condition themselves with artificial tears, but continue to experience uncomfortable symptoms, sometimes interfering with their lives.

Approximately 86% of those suffering with dry eye have Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), and we are now pleasaed to be able to offer real, lasting relief.  We’re excited to introduce a revolutionary treatment for dry eye – the iLUX® MGD Treatment System.

What is MGD?
MGD occurs when the meibomian glands are blocked and unable to release enough of the essential oily layer of the tear film that coats and protects the front surface of your eye.  Without enough of this essential oil, the tear film evaporates, leading to chronic dry eye.

How is MGD Diagnosed?
During your examination, our dry eye experts will run advanced diagnostic testing to discover the root cause of your dry eye.  If MGD is detected, the iLUX treatment may be recommended.

Fast and Effective
iLUX® has been shown to significantly reduce dry eye symptoms.  Because dry eye is a chronic disease, it is typically necessary to need ongoing treatments – but patients experience relief between treatments.

There’s no need to suffer from gritty, irritated dry eyes any longer!  Call us at (888) 658-6974 to schedule an appointment with our Dry Eye Experts, or fill out the form below, and let us help you with a treatment plan customized just for you.

     

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