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BlephEx is a proven treatment for patients with blepharitis, though it provides relief for those with Dry Eye Syndrome as well.  This in-office treatment removes debris, excess bacteria and toxins that live along the lash margin that cause inflammation and eyelid disease, as well Demodex. BlephEx is a painless in-office procedure performed by Dr. Nancy Truong. It works by removing

How long does BlephEx™ last?

In general, most patients receive BlephEx™ treatments every 4-6 months. Regular hygiene and a consistent routine will help increase the length of time between each treatment.

What Are The Side Effects of Blephex Treatments?

There are no associated adverse effects from BlephEx treatments.  Some patients may describe a temporary mild post-procedure discomfort that’s a weak irritation and redness of the eyelids that lasts no more than 24 hours.

What causes blepharitis?

Most of the time, blepharitis happens because you have too much bacteria on your eyelids at the base of your eyelashes. Having bacteria on your skin is normal, but too much bacteria can cause problems. You can also get blepharitis if the oil glands in your eyelids get clogged or irritated.