Dr. Mitchell Jackson – Office Page Video

DEXTENZA® (dexamethasone ophthalmic insert) 0.4 mg. View of patient in front of slit lamp. Dr. Mitchell Jackson, MD insertion at slit lamp. View of eye close up. Dry punctal area and dilate punctum thoroughly for depth and diameter. Doctor uses sponge to dry punctal area. View of doctor behind slit lamp as he continues to dry patient’s punctal area. Doctor picks up DEXTENZA and removes it from the foam carrier using pair of forceps. Using blunt (non-toothed) forceps, grasp DEXTENZA and insert into the lower lacrimal canaliculus by pulling the lid temporally and inserting nasally. Insert DEXTENZA nasally [toward the nose]. Ensure DEXTENZA is placed just below the punctal opening. Doctor uses blue light and yellow filter to visualize DEXTENZA. DEXTENZA® (dexamethasone ophthalmic insert) 0.4 mg. ©2022 Ocular Therapeutix, Inc. All rights reserved. DEXTENZA is a registered trademark of Ocular Therapeutix, Inc. PP-US-DX-0404.

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