Eye Whitening with I-BRITE™ Eye Whitening Procedure: Make Your Eyes Bright White Again!

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Published: 29th June 2010
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What is conjunctiva anyway?



The white regions of human eyes are called sclera. Sclera is covered by a thin, transparent mucus membrane known as the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva actually lines the inside of the eyelids and also reaches out to cover the sclera, but not the cornea. Due to the affects of aging, the elements, bacteria and more, the conjunctiva can become dull, bloodshot, discolored and more.



The three sections of conjunctival:



1. Thin bulbar conjunctiva covers the inner surfaces (posterior) of the eyelids;

2. Moderately thick palpebral conjunctiva covers the outer surfaces of the eyeball's sclera;

3. Fornix conjunctiva makes the transition between the anterior eyeball in the posterior eyelid;



The differences between pinguecula, pterygium and conjunctival hemorrhages:



Pinguecula refers to the fatty degeneration of conjunctiva tissues. Conjunctiva tissue is made up largely of almost-invisible collagen fibers that break down and get replaced by dingy, thick fibers. In some cases, calcium crystals are also found to have formed with this condition. Yellow, sometimes white, conjunctiva tissue results proximal to the cornea.



Pterygium refers to conjunctiva tissue that is inflamed and has blood vessels infused. Pterygiums may result from years of suffering with pingueculas. This condition is often progressive and will spread to the cornea if not treated promptly and effectively. Pterygiums are almost always diagnosed near the nasal area of the conjunctiva. This type of disorder can warp the cornea and cause astigmatism.



Subconjunctival hemorrhages display pooled blood beneath the transparent layer of conjunctiva. Very distinct when contrasted against the sclera, subconjunctival hemorrhages, although horribly unsightly in many cases, are absolutely harmless and do not affect the patient's ability to see. The pooled blood reabsorbs naturally within just a few weeks and no medical intervention is required.



Benefits of choosing the I-BRITE™ minimally invasive surgical technique for eye whitening and restoring conjunctiva discoloration:



• Requires no stitching, no grafting and causes very little discomfort for patients;

• Takes away the discoloration, dingy yellow, red veins, brown pigmenations and more from the sclera of the eyes;

• Each eye requires only about 20-40 mintues to perform the I-BRITE™ technique on;

• I-BRITE™ eye whitening patients are able to return to their jobs the day following the procedure;

• Eyes will continue to brighten over the course of several weeks. Full-scale eye whitening results are most often experienced in 8 to 16 weeks after the procedure.



Learn more about how simple, safe and effective I-BRITE™ eye whitening conjunctiva removal procedures; and get back the bright white eyes that you want!



Get a free report: www.WhiterEyes.com



Learn more about the procedure: www.BoxerWachler.com/whiteeyes



See results of I-BRITE™: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEldoGC5e6U

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