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The Steel tip is inserted as parallel as possible with the ectopic cilia follicle. Only press the pedal when the steel tip is already inside the ectopic cilia follicle and not before and then give the discharge approximately 7 seconds of plasma application.
After doing the procedure you have to remove the ectopic cilia with tweezers, and it must come out very gently.
If the procedure is done correctly the cilia could be removed easily if not, then you can repeat the process one more time.
PROCEDURE: Always choosing Dermatology in the Device
The procedure is done with the Golden Applicator (ablative procedure). Intensity used is 3 or 4 on the tarsal conjunctiva and on the skin 4 or 5.
Must shave the area to be treated in Entropion or Ectropion, it is mandatory.
Local anesthesia with 2% lidocaine.
Ectropion: A dot by dot, triangle with the base of the triangle from the eye lid margin on both sides (on the skin where the ectropion occurs and on the tarsal conjunctiva)
Using the golden tip always without touching from 4mm distance. Each dot with a discharge during 3 sec and space between each dot of 2mm.
Using energy 4 or 5 is enough with dot by dot. But if the position changes again then dot by dot and scanning method could be done. But we suggest better step by step or we can cause hypercorrection which is difficult to correct.
We can treat hipocorrection, we have time to correct it but if we cause hypercorrection, it is difficult to correct.
Entropion: A dot by dot, triangle with the base of the triangle from the eye lid margin only on one side (on the skin where the entropion occurs)
Settings choose Ophthalmology
The procedure is done with the thin Steel Applicator (ablative procedure).
Mostly the patients are sedated. Need to connect with the electrode the patient. Must be done
in the area where there is no hair for ej on the stomach.
Both orifices can be treated upper and lower.
If the orifice is open, introduce the steel applicator inside of it and discharge with intensity between 5 to 7 for 2=3 seconds and immediately there is mucopurulent discharge.
If you see the orifice surface is closed, you need to localize and discharge on the membrane without contact. Once open proceed with the above procedure. Lacrimal punctum dilator can also be used to open the orifice.
After the procedure inject sterile saline solution from the lacrimal punctum to verify that the orifice is open.