Comfort Zone Labs Introduces a New Therapeutic Device That Kisses Good-Bye
When a doctor examines a patient for dry eyes, it has been statistically tabulated that 70% of
patients with dry eye symptoms have signs of meibomian gland diseases, for which finding relief is
much more difficult.
Orange County, CA, April 03, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Keep those eyes nice, clean and healthy: Get rid of and
keep away nasty blepharitis (which you may have and not know it but whether you know it or not, dry
eye or lid therapy with this newly invented therapeutic device producing radial motion of warm gentle
bubble waves can help it); prevent infections; shoo away debris/offending objects and clean up insidious
eyelid dandruff and experience true gentle prolonged relief.
Classical approach to this problem is to perform in-house surgical meibomian gland expression, using
two cotton-tip applicators and applying manual pressure to the glands of the lower lids, expressing the
opaque, inspissated, and staph-laden material. The hard part is performing it on the upper lid where the
patient feels extraneous pain and discomfort. If you ever had this lipid catharsis performed, you already
know from your own grotesque personal experience with the sheer amount of “gunk” extracted and pain
that entails classical procedures and techniques doctors use today, since nothing else is available.
This patent pending therapeutic device is directed towards a new dry eye cleaning process without feeling
pain. This therapeutic device has a sophisticated and advanced irrigation system employing
hydrodynamic cavitation producing transient radial motion of bubbles wherein the individual manipulates
the hand piece of the sealed eye cup irrigator to wash or remove gunk's from his/her eyes. The irrigator
nozzle is configured to produce transient radial motion of bubbles in the water stream. This
hydrodynamic cavitation process produces a chemical breakdown product, which combat bacterium,
while dislodging lipids or other offending foreign objects