A leader in advanced ocular surface disease treatments, Michiana Eye Center is the first in the area to conduct conjunctivochalasis surgery. Click here to read our PRESS RELEASE.
Conjunctivochalasis is a condition of the inner eyelids of the eye, where loose, abnormal conjunctiva protrudes over the lid margin, resulting in disrupted tear function and dry eye symptoms such as excessive tearing, irritation, and blurred vision.
Previously, cautery of the conjunctiva was the only method to reduce the appearance of loose tissue, which produced little to no effect on treating the symptoms. But a new state-of-the-art procedure is providing life-changing results. By utilizing Biotissue™’s Amniograft® cryopreserved membrane tissue, Michiana Eye Center surgeons are able to completely restore the function of the inner tear reservoir, eliminating dry eye symptoms.
For more information on Conjunctivochalasis, visit Biotissue™’s website.