Corneal Health Solutions

Advancing the field of corneal remodeling

We’re transforming the standard of care for progressive keratoconus through our commitment to addressing important unmet clinical needs in corneal health.

With inspired innovation, a customer-centric focus, and prolific market access capabilities, we are in the constant pursuit of developing eye care solutions that empower ophthalmologists to deliver optimal care for patients with corneal disease.

Our proprietary corneal remodeling platform strengthens, stabilizes, and reshapes the cornea utilizing corneal cross-linking in minimally invasive and non-invasive outpatient procedures to treat corneal ectatic disorders and correct refractive conditions.

The KXL® system for performing cross-linking and Lasik Xtra®

With treatment presets for all your cross-linking needs, including epi-off, epi-on, accelerated, pulsed or continuous treatment, and an on-board patient database, the KXL® system is designed for convenience and efficiency.

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High-quality CE-marked riboflavin
Specifically designed formulations

Our scientifically developed family of CE-marked, quality riboflavin products ensure rapid diffusion in individual, sterile syringes for all of your cross-linking needs.

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Enhancing Lasik

Performed in conjunction with LASIK, the Lasik Xtra procedure enhances the corneal biomechanical integrity.

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Intended Use

The KXL® System is intended for illuminating the cornea during corneal cross-linking procedures stabilizing cornea which have been weakened by disease or by refractive surgery.

Safety Information

The KXL® System is contraindicated where the corneal thickness, with epithelium, is less than < 375 microns, in corneal melting disorders, aphakic patients, pseudophakic patients without UV blocking lens implanted, pregnant and nursing women, and children. Possible risks may include corneal haze, delayed epithelial healing, corneal edema, stromal scarring, keratitis by infection and sterile infiltrates. For full information consult the directions for use.