Once Dry Eye Is Diagnosed, Ensure That Your Patients Receive the Best Quality Product at the Most Economical Price. Our Premium Viscoadaptive Tears Give Your Patients Unequaled Results, With Longer-Lasting Comfort and Relief.
What Are Viscoadaptive Hyaluronan Dry Eye Drops?
I-DROP® viscoadaptive artificial tears are premium eye drops that effectively and quickly help to relieve dry eye symptoms. I-DROP® combines the advantages of the cohesive physical properties of the viscoelastic hyaluronan inactive ingredient, and the dispersive physical properties of a low molecular weight glycerin lubricant.
Together, these biopolymers are responsible for the long-lasting comfort and relief your patients will experience upon using the product. The I-DROP® line promotes excellent coating and recoating of the surface of the eye with every blink while providing superior hydration and lubrication to the cornea for enhanced patient comfort. Because of the distinctive properties of the I-DROP®, patients experience longer residence time without blurring or foreign body sensation.
Separately, neither a standard HA-based cohesive viscoelastic eye drop, nor a traditional cellulose or PVA-based dispersive viscous eye drop offers the total benefits that are achieved in this uniquely formulated viscoadaptive eye drop.
Benefits of our Viscoadaptive Tears.
- Long-lasting patient comfort due to viscoadaptive properties
- Superior moistening and lubrication of the cornea and conjunctiva
- Long residence time, blink-activated coating and re-coating of the ocular surface
- Fewer daily applications needed
- No blurred vision or foreign body sensation
- Natural, non-toxic biopolymers
- Well-documented safety and efficacy of each biopolymeric component
Why Are Viscoadaptive Eye Drops Better?
Viscoadaptive eye drops enhance the three natural layers of the tear film and are remarkably comfortable and long-lasting. It is also why I-DROP® products are highly effective at hydrating and lubricating the cornea while reducing tear film evaporation, which are generally recognized as being the principle factors required to improve the symptoms associated with dry eye disease.