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Purchase Cliradex For Your Practice

It’s never been easier to add Cliradex
to your practice!

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Cliradex is available to eye care professionals via our new e-commerce platform. It will ensure better, faster, and more reliable processing, order fulfillment, and recurring orders. You have 2 options:

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For eye care professionals who want to purchase, stock, and sell Cliradex wipes and foam to their patients through their practice.

For physicians who don’t wish to keep Cliradex stock, you can build a steady recurring income stream by referring patients to Cliradex.com.

Cliradex For Doctors

Before Cliradex became commercially available in 2012, many eye care practitioners often dismissed Demodex mites and their role in ocular health. Today, however, many physicians now acknowledge that Demodex mites often play an underlying role in many irritating eye conditions, such as dry itchy eyes, blepharitis, Conjunctivitis, Chalazia, Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and Ocular Rosacea (1).

Thanks to Cliradex, thousands of patients now know what it’s like to live without the constant eye irritations caused by Demodex, and they are no longer taking steroids and other prescription drugs that were having minimal effect. Eyes are healthier and patients are happier, and they’re sharing this news with friends and family. Similar to the dental model of preventative care, we believe ocular hygiene should be as routine as brushing your teeth.

Better than Tea Tree Oil or Baby Shampoo?

If a colleague told you these things about a natural, preservative-free product that you could offer in your practice, would you be interested? This is what your colleagues are saying about Cliradex.

Before Cliradex became commercially available in 2012, many eye care practitioners often dismissed demodex mites and their role in ocular health. Today, however, many physicians now acknowledge that Demodex mites often play an underlying role in many irritating eye conditions, such as dry itchy eyes, blepharitis, Conjunctivitis, Chalazion, Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, and Ocular Rosacea. We’ve also learned that demodex plays a role in rosacea and a host of other skin disorders.

 

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