Suffering from dry, red, itchy eyes?
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Americans are estimated to suffer from dry eye disease, only half are diagnosed ¹
of patients are frustrated by their dry eye condition ²
of patients wish there was something more effective to treat their dry eye ³
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A Bright Solution for Dry Eyes is Here
Welcome to the dry eye treatment you’ve been waiting for
- Innovative light therapy for brighter results
- Targets multiple key contributors of dry eyes for lasting results
- Finally reduces your dependency on eye drops
- Developed with safety in mind, for your peace of mind
OptiLight patients sharing their story
I felt hopeless after so many failed attempts to ’cure‘ my dry eyes. After introducing OptiLight into my treatment protocol, my quality of life completely changed.
The dryness and scratchy feeling in my eyes were hugely disruptive to my day to day. My career is very valuable to me and I couldn't risk jeopardizing that.After not being able to manage with warm compresses, humidifiers, and drops, I was referred to an eye doctor that recommended a treatment that I could do during my launch break. OptiLight was a life changer for me and I haven't felt or seen better in years!
Not long after college I had to stop wearing contact lenses due to my dry eyes . I used rewetting drops constantly however it didn’t provide long-lasting relief. I found an amazing doctor who recommended a new, light-based treatment that is proven safe and effective. I feel great now and will remain forever thankful for getting my life back. I cannot recommend this enough!
What can I expect from the OptiLight treatment?
OptiLight is a light-based treatment that uses precise, intense broad spectrum light to address signs of dry eye disease due to meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). MGD is the most common cause of dry eye disease, accounting for about 86% of cases. The treatment addresses inflammation, which is one of the key underlying factors in MGD. OptiLight was specifically developed to reach the delicate contours of the treated area safely, effectively, and gently using the OPT™ technology. It is intended for use in patients who are at least 22 years old, together with other available treatments, such as Meibomian gland expression, artificial tear lubricants, and warm compresses
Lumenis’ patented technology OPT™ (Optimal Pulse Technology) transforms the use of light and allows targeted, uniform, precise, and controlled treatment. Specifically designed for the delicate area below the eye, OPT™ safely and effectively breaks the vicious cycle of inflammation associated with dry eye.
OptiLight is a multi-factorial treatment for a multi-factorial disease. It addresses the disease by reducing major sources of inflammation leading to dry eye disease such as abnormal blood vessels, Demodex mites, and pro-inflammatory agents. OptiLight restors the function of meibomian glands and delays evaporation of the tear film.
Treatment protocol typically consists of 4 sessions, at 2 to 4 weeks apart:
- During treatment, your practitioner will cover your eyes with shields and apply a thin layer of coupling gel on the treatment area.
- During treatment, light is applied on the skin below the eyes, most patients report minimal discomfort.
- OptiLight is followed by meibomian gland expression.
- Each session takes only 10-15 minutes. There is no downtime, you can resume your daily activities immediately.
Patients typically report improvement after 2 to 3 treatments. For optimal results, 4 sessions are advised. To ensure long-term results, a maintenance session is recommended every 6-12 months.
You may experience some redness immediately following treatment. This will usually disappear within a few hours. You can return to your daily activities and apply makeup straight away in most cases. You will be advised to stay out of direct sunlight for a few days and to apply sunscreen.
Potential risks and side effects of using optiLight on your skin may include pain/ discomfort, damage to natural skin texture, change of pigmentation, scaring, excessive edema, fragile skin, bruising, burns, pruritus and xerosis. You should consult your physician about these risks and whether treatment with Optilight is suitable for you.
Treatment with OptiLight is contraindicated for patients with the following conditions in the treatment area: Ocular surgery or eyelid surgery or Neuro-paralysis within 6 months prior to the first treatment; Uncontrolled eye disorders affecting the ocular surface; Pre-cancerous lesions, skin cancer or pigmented lesions in the planned treatment area; Uncontrolled infections or uncontrolled immunosuppressive diseases; Recent Ocular infections; Prior history of cold sores or rashes in the perioral area, including: Herpes simplex 1 & 2, Systemic Lupus erythematosus and porphyria; Use of photosensitive medication and/or herbs that may cause sensitivity within 3 months prior to the first IPL session; Recent radiation therapy to the head or neck or planned radiation therapy; Recent treatment with a chemotherapeutic agent or planned chemotherapy; History of migraines, seizures or epilepsy.