A Comprehensive approach for your patients


The Meibomian Gland Evaluator™ (MGE) provides standardized, repeatable evaluation of meibomian gland function.

About MGD Meibomian Gland Evaluator


LipiScan™ & LipiView II® offer high-definition meibography with Dynamic Meibomian Imaging™.

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The LipiFlow® System's drug-free mechanism of action applies precise heat and pressure to remove gland obstructions while protecting delicate structures of the eye.

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Mutual Opportunity

LipiFlow installations are evenly divided between ophthalmology and optometry clinics.


Capital and procedure disposable prices have been reduced by up to 50% to make the LipiFlow system more accessible.*

*Pricing adjustments made in 2015 and 2016.


LipiFlow is available in more than 850 practice locations in the US and Canada as of October 2017.

Proven treatment for MGD
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The LipiFlow System is a cleared medical device shown to improve gland function.


86% of patients with a single LipiFlow procedure showed mean improvement in meibomian gland function and dry eye symptoms.1


The LipiFlow System uses a drug-free mechanism of action.


Proprietary VTP™ Technology uniquely applies heat and therapeutic motion to improve gland function.

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The TearScience Advantage

Learn about the progression of MGD and how the LipiFlow System applies heat and pressure directly to the inner lid where the meibomian glands are located to clear obstructed glands

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Evaluate Gland Function on Every Patient

The MGE is an efficient, cost effective device to determine function and track progression and treatment response in routine eye exams.

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The DMI Difference
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  • Dynamic Meibomian Imaging (DMI) technology is available with LipiScan and LipiView II

  • Simultaneously employs non-contact surface illumination and high-definition transillumination

  • Provides accurate visualization of gland morphology

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Why Treat MGD?


MGD affects approximately 86% of dry eye patients2


Over 340 million people worldwide suffer from dry eye3

More Information on MGD


1. Blackie CA, Coleman CA, Holland EJ. The sustained effect (12 months) of a single-dose vectored thermal pulsation procedure for meibomian gland dysfunction and evaporative dry eye. Clin Ophthal. 2016;10:1385-1396.

2. Lemp, M. A., Crews, L. A., Bron, A. J., Foulks, G. N., & Sullivan, B. D. (2012). Distribution of Aqueous-Deficient and Evaporative Dry Eye in a Clinic-Based Patient Cohort. Cornea, 31(5), 472-478. doi:10.1097/ico.0b013e318225415a

3. Market Scope 2016 Dry Eye Report

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