Understanding Prokera

At M-Eye Vision in Katy, TX, we make it our business to provide the latest treatments available to our patients. That's why we provide Prokera. Prokera is an FDA-approved therapeutic device our optometrist uses for eye care, including protecting and healing damaged eye surfaces. The device has a polycarbonate ring and a piece of amniotic membrane on the ring. It helps to reduce inflammation and treat ocular surface disease. At M-Eye Vision, we can help you with quality eye care by utilizing Prokera.

What Is Prokera?

Prokera is like a corneal bandage for several eye-related problems. This device is similar to a contact lens. This device has natural anti-inflammatory and anti-scarring properties that help your eye heal naturally. There is a plastic lens that is surrounded by a ring that is filled with a clear, natural amniotic membrane material.

How Does Prokera Work?

Once our optometrist places Pokera over your cornea in the same way a contact lens is placed, the membrane slowly covers the area. This helps stimulate the body's own healing factors to reduce inflammation. This natural method allows for faster, less painful healing.

What Conditions Can Prokera Treat?

Prokera is used to treat many eye irritations. It is often used to help treat dry eye syndrome, but it is also used to treat keratitis, corneal scars, chemical burns, and corneal defects. This treatment isn't correct for some people, but that will be determined after a thorough examination of your medical history and current condition.

What Should You Expect from Prokera Treatment?

The Prokera membrane causes your vision to be cloudy after the procedure. Our optometrists can help with prescription gel tears application or advise you on applying cool compressors on your eyelids. You can also take certain over-the-counter medications like acetaminophen to help ease the discomfort or pain. For most patients, their vision improves after 45 days of treatment. Our eye doctors usually prescribe Prokera for three to five days. You may need a second round of treatment depending on your condition and the initial treatment results.

How Long Do I Wear Prokera?

Prokera is not meant to be a permanent solution. Initially, you may be asked to wear it for anywhere from three to five days. In some cases, a second round of treatment may be indicated. In most cases, this is all that will be needed as the body continues healing on its own.

Contact Us for Your Next Eye Exam from Our Optometrist in Katy, TX

M-Eye Vision in Katy is dedicated to providing patients healthy and clear vision. We offer a full range of comprehensive services for children and adults. Our main services include eye disease management, contact lens exams, myopia control, and more. Call us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more about how our team can help your family's vision care.

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