BlephEx® is highly effective in managing the symptoms of blepharitis, which may include flaking and crusting of the lashes, persistent eye discomfort, redness, tearing, and dryness due to the loss of tear gland function.

Treatment for Blepharitis

Clearing the Way to Comfortable Eyes

Experience ultimate relief from blepharitis symptoms with BlephEx®. Blepharitis can cause discomfort, redness, itching, and dryness, significantly impacting your vision and daily life. Our non-invasive treatment targets the underlying causes of eyelid inflammation, providing quick and lasting relief.

At BlephEx, our skilled professionals employ a specialized device to gently cleanse the eyelids and lashes, eliminating debris and excess oils. By effectively reducing inflammation and improving symptoms, we help restore your eye health.

Our in-office procedure is convenient, painless, and delivers immediate results. Say goodbye to discomfort and hello to healthier, happier eyes with BlephEx®

Blepharitis specialists

Understanding the Disease from Blepharitis Specialists

Blepharitis is expected when the edges of your eyelids become inflamed. It can be pretty uncomfortable, but the good news is that it's usually not a severe or sight-threatening condition.

There are two main types of blepharitis.

Anterior Blepharitis

Anterior Blepharitis

It affects the front portion of the eyelids, specifically the area where the eyelashes are attached. It is often caused by bacteria or a skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis. Anterior blepharitis can also be associated with allergies or mites on the eyelashes (known as Demodex).

Posterior Blepharitis

Posterior Blepharitis

Also known as meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), posterior blepharitis affects the inner edge of the eyelids where the oil glands (meibomian glands) are located. Dysfunction of these glands leads to poor quality or insufficient secretion of the oily component of tears. This can result in dry eyes, as well as inflammation and irritation of the eyelids.

If you suspect you have blepharitis, it is essential to consult with a specialist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment to effectively manage the condition and alleviate any discomfort or irritation you may be experiencing.

Blepharitis Cure

Blepharitis Cure Starts by Managing the Symptoms

If you are dealing with blepharitis, it's important to effectively manage the symptoms for a more comfortable and healthier eye experience. Here are some common symptoms and practical tips to alleviate them:

Redness and Swelling

The edges of your eyelids may become inflamed, leading to redness and noticeable swelling.

Itching or Burning Sensation

People with blepharitis often experience persistent itching or a burning sensation in and around the eyelids, causing significant discomfort.

Crusty Debris or Scales

Accumulation of debris, crusts, or scales along the base of your eyelashes is another common symptom, causing stickiness and irritation.

Watery or Dry Eyes

Blepharitis can disrupt the natural tear balance in your eyes, resulting in excessive tearing or dryness. Both conditions can be bothersome and affect your vision.

Sensitivity to Light

Your eyes may become more sensitive to light, leading to discomfort in bright environments.

Blurred Vision

It can also temporarily blur your vision, mainly if the inflammation affects the tear film on the surface of your eyes.

Foreign Body sensation

It may feel as though there is a foreign object or irritant in your eyes, causing a constant need to rub or scratch them

Treating Blepharitis

Treating Blepharitis

Treating Blepharitis with BlephEx®

Developed by our eye care experts, BlephEx® offers a targeted and effective approach to achieving long-lasting relief for blepharitis.

BlephEx utilizes state-of-the-art technology in the form of a specialized, handheld device. This device is meticulously designed to gently and precisely clean the eyelids and lashes, removing excess bacteria, debris, and accumulated biofilm. The treatment is performed in-office by trained professionals, ensuring a safe and comfortable experience.

Blepharitis new treatment is quick, typically lasting around 6 to 8 minutes, and performed individually on each eyelid. A medical-grade micro-sponge, coupled with the spinning motion of the BlephEx® device, effectively eliminates irritants, exfoliates the lid margins, and promotes healthier eyelid hygiene.

BlephEx® targets both anterior and posterior blepharitis by thoroughly cleansing the eyelids and lashes. It aids in managing the condition's root causes, such as bacterial overgrowth and abnormal oil gland function, which are often associated with chronic inflammation and discomfort.

Experience the transformative power of BlephEx and take a significant step towards reclaiming comfort, clarity, and a potential cure for blepharitis.