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Cearna Introduces Product Designed to Reduce Patient’s Recovery Time From Facial Plastic Surgery
Date:3/19/2013

ecover over a long weekend instead of recovery taking more than a week. OcuMend allows our patients to return to their lives sooner.”

A natural product, OcuMend is 50 times stronger than any Arnica plastic surgery product and is the only plastic surgery product containing Ledum which is indicated for periorbital surgery. Easily integrated into post-op patient protocol, OcuMend healing gel pads decrease the need for patients to lie down and apply ice allowing movement during recovery, and increases patient compliance. This breakthrough treatment is available to patients exclusively through physicians’ offices.

Cearna offers a four-surgery, sample program for qualified surgeons to see the difference OcuMend makes with their own patients. Surgeons can request to participate in the program by emailing info(at)cearna(dot)com.

Founded in 2010 by Dr. Josephine Polich, Cearna, Inc. changes the way patients recover from plastic surgery by getting them back to their work and life faster. The company is engaged in the research, development and commercialization of surgery and trauma recovery products with a mission is to help people recover faster by reducing bruising, swelling and pain. For more information about Cearna and its products, visit http://www.cearna.com or call 630-740-4580.

*For survey information, email info(at)cearna(dot)com.

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