LACRIFLOW CL can help doctors treat
Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction (NLDO).


What is epiphora?

You always seem to be weeping even when youfre not sad.
When the tears drainage get narrowed by some causes and is blocked,
the eyes brim with tears as if always crying.

Infant Epiphora

Babies are sometimes born with congenital obstruction of the tear drainage system. Approximately 90% blocked ducts in babies get better naturally before one year old and it is said lacrimal sac massage helps heal spontaneously. If symptoms persist after the age of one year, a small procedure called "probing" to release the obstructed duct and following placement of a lacrimal stent to hold the passage open may be required. These treatments usually involve antibiotics to prevent conjunctivitis and dacryocystitis.


10/25-10/26, 2018
LACRIFLOW CL will be exhibited in ASOPRS 49th Annual Fall Scientific Symposium, Chicago, IL
3/18-3/22, 2018
LACRIFLOW CL was exhibited in AAPOS 44th Annual Meeting with ISA, Washington, DC.
11/9-11/10, 2017
LACRIFLOW CL Release. ASOPRS 48th Annual Fall Scientific Symposium NewOrleans, LA
6/2-6/5, 2016
LACRIFLOW was exhibited in ASOPRS 2016 Spring Scientific Symposium, Ojai, CA
4/6-4/10, 2016
LACRIFLOW was exhibited in AAPOS 42nd Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada



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