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To experience the benefits of Prokera biologic corneal bandages today, Book Online at Scottsdale Eyeology.

Prokera features the FDA-cleared cryopreserved amniotic membrane, known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-scarring properties. These corneal bandages are specifically designed to foster regenerative healing in damaged corneas. Prokera is indicated for conditions such as corneal ulcers, keratitis, corneal abrasions, corneal erosions, dry eyes, and more.

Healing Vision. Restoring Life.

Early intervention plays a crucial role in eye care. Prokera corneal bandages are specifically designed to facilitate regenerative healing for damaged corneas.

These bandages are straightforward to apply and can be inserted in-office by a skilled eye care professional. Prokera harnesses the power of cryopreserved amniotic membrane tissue to promote healing, effectively restoring a healthy epithelium and minimizing the formation of scar tissue. Early intervention with Prokera supports the natural healing processes of the cornea, reducing inflammation, enhancing corneal health, and optimizing long-term recovery.

Seeing A Difference

Prokera remains the sole FDA-cleared cryopreserved amniotic membrane product, supporting the corneal healing process effectively and safely. Our proprietary CryoTek preservation method preserves all biological components, including the vital HC-HA/PTX3 protein complex, and maintains structural integrity comparable to fresh tissue. This preservation method aids in swiftly restoring the cornea’s natural healing abilities.

In contrast, alternative amniotic membrane solutions that are dehydrated often lack essential biological components. This deficiency can lead to recurrent epithelial defects or erosions, chronic inflammation, scarring, vision impairment, or discomfort.

The Challenge With Conventional Treatments

Increased ocular pressure, cataract formation, and infection risk

Eye Drops
Ocular surface changes, inflammation, and fibrosis. May rely on a single molecule to address inflammation in multi-factorial diseases

Bandage Contact Lenses
No therapeutic benefits, relies on body’s ability to heal itself

Proven Outcomes

Enhances corneal nerve regeneration and accelerates recovery of ocular surface health

Demonstrated to markedly increase both corneal nerve density and sensitivity

Prevents fibrosis, promoting quicker re-epithelialization

Outperforms bandage contact lenses

— 70% of eyes achieved re-epithelialization by day 5 with Prokera Slim compared to only 20% with bandage contact lenses
— 90% of eyes achieved complete corneal clarity by Day 7 with Prokera Slim versus 0% with bandage contact lenses

93% Of Patients With Moderate- To-Severe Dry Eye Disease Reported Improvement After One Prokera Treatment.

Before Prokera

After Prokera
After Prokera photo taken 3 months after treatment. Standard treatment window for Prokera is 3-7 days

The Right Healing. The Right Product.

We are striving to accelerate the healing of chronic wounds. BioTissue products harness the natural healing properties of human birth tissue for wound treatment. The BioTissue CryoTek cryopreservation process is uniquely effective, producing an allograft that closely matches native tissue, setting it apart as the premier choice for healing.

Prokera Slim
Use our ComfortRing™ technology for a lower profile device that contours to the ocular surface to maintain comfort in treatment

More Than 300,000 Prokera Applications

  • Corneal ulcer
  • Central corneal ulcer
  • Corneal ulcer with hypopyon
  • Marginal corneal ulcer
  • Mycotic corneal ulcer
  • Dendritic corneal ulcer
  • Neurotrophic keratoconjunctivitis
  • Exposure keratoconjunctivitis
  • Punctate keratitis
  • Filamentary keratitis
  • Epithelial corneal dystrophy
  • Recurrent corneal erosions
  • Band keratopathy
  • Nodular corneal degeneration
  • Chemical burn
  • Thermal burn
  • Acid burn
  • Steven-Johnson Syndrome

Book Online if interested in trying the Prokera biologic corneal bandages today at Scottsdale Eyeology!