Amniotic Membranes

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                 Discover the Healing Power of Amniotic Membranes for Eye Care

At King’s Eye Care, we are dedicated to providing advanced and effective treatments to improve the health and function of your eyes. One such innovative therapy we offer is the use of amniotic membranes for various eye conditions.

Amniotic membranes are thin, delicate tissues derived from the inner layer of the placenta. These membranes contain a rich combination of growth factors, cytokines, and proteins that have been shown to promote healing and reduce inflammation.

In eye care, amniotic membranes are used to treat a range of conditions, including:

Corneal defects: Amniotic membranes can be applied to the surface of the cornea to promote healing and reduce scarring in cases of corneal abrasions, ulcers, or dystrophies.

Dry eye syndrome: The anti-inflammatory properties of amniotic membranes can help alleviate symptoms of dry eye syndrome by reducing inflammation and promoting tear production.

Conjunctival disorders: Amniotic membranes can be used to treat conditions affecting the conjunctiva, such as conjunctivitis or pterygium, by reducing inflammation and promoting tissue regeneration.

Ocular surface reconstruction: In cases of severe ocular surface damage or trauma, amniotic membranes can be used as a biological scaffold to support tissue regeneration and promote healing.

At King’s Eye Care, our experienced eye care professionals carefully evaluate each patient's condition to determine if amniotic membrane therapy is a suitable treatment option. We are committed to providing personalized care and utilizing the latest advancements in eye care technology to help our patients achieve optimal outcomes.

If you are experiencing eye discomfort, inflammation, or have a corneal or conjunctival disorder, schedule a consultation with King’s Eye Care to learn more about how amniotic membrane therapy can benefit you and improve your eye health.

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