Justin Bazan, OD Park Slope Eye
(- I Care -) Your Eyes Advocate

New “Pink Eye” Treatment

azasite.gif“Pink Eye”, especially in children, is what your eye care provider might call a bacterial conjunctivitis. Since bacteria is eliminated by antibiotics, treatment most often consists of using an antibiotic drop four times a day for a week! The more often and the longer a person has to remember to use the drop, the more often they forget to do it. There is a new drop that should help out dramatically. AzaSite is a “pink eye” resolving treatment that only requires 9 (instead of 28!) drops. Its simple, easy and effective. One drop twice a day for the first two days, then only a drop a day for the next five. Parents should be very happy with that kind of convenience.


Let me know if you would like me to implement this as my main treatment for “pink eye”.


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