What are the stages of Blepharitis?
What are traditional treatments?
Lid scrubs of the eyelid margin with baby shampoo on your finger or a pad are used but can difficult to perform and has limited effectiveness.
What are new treatments for Blepharitis?
With medical technology ever changing, new treatments for blepharitis have become available. The two most common treatments are Avenova and Blephex
What is Avenova?
Avenova is a new, alternative treatment used for blepharitis, as well as dry eye and meibomian glands dysfunction. This treatment removes microorganisms and debris from around your eyelids and lashes that may be causing your problems. Avenova is unique because it is the only treatment that uses pure hypochlorous acid, which is non-toxic to cells.
What is Blephex?
With Blephex your doctor can exfoliate your eyelids and lashes and remove the biofilm to improve symptoms and control long term damage to your tear glands. It is an in-office procedure that allows your doctor to treat blepharitis by eliminating the biofilm and bacterial toxins that cause inflammatory lid disease and dry eyes and improves the overall health of your eyelid and thereby your eyes.
Is it covered by insurance?
BlephEx is not currently covered by insurance, it is a very affordable procedure, especially when compared to the long term costs of dry eye treatment which averages 800/year. You will enjoy the benefits of an effective treatment. Ask the doctors at Citrus Valley eyecare if you are a candidate.
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