New Development in Dry Eye Technology

teamcreatesdDo you have a painful condition where your tear ducts don’t create enough tears to lubricate the surface of your eye? Help may be on the way in the form of an implantable neurosimulator, recently created by a team at Stanford Biodeisgn.

The neurosimulator is either inserted in the nasal cavity or under the skin below the eyebrow and painlessly increases natural tear production.

Continue Reading →