Hyabak® for Dry Eyes

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I highly recommended Hyabak®.  It has far exceeded our patients' expectations to help dry eyes and contact lens related irritation.  We often hear "This is the best eye drop that I have ever tried" when they return to purchase more.

Part of the magic of Hyabak® is in the bottle.  The special, filtered bottle allows for the drop to be non-preserved.  This means that it is very gentle to the ocular surface and can be used many times a day if required.  Hyabak®'s bottle also has a long shelf life of 90 days once opened.  This is 3 times longer than a standard bottles' shelf life (30days once opened).  Non-preserved drops are typically delivered in single dose vials costing much more.   Each Hyabak® bottle contains ~300 drops.

Hyabak® is not the answer for all forms of dry eye.  Please see our DRY EYE INFORMATION PAGE and/or speak to your eye care professional about the correct dry eye therapy for you.

You can order Hyabak® by clicking 'Add to Cart' below and following the instructions.  We will ship out your product ASAP.  Note that our online eCommerce name is "mEYEspa".
SHIPPING is via Canada Post and is $8 (added at checkout)

Product details: Hyabak® is a preservative free hypotonic solution designed to decrease signs and symptoms of dryness.

  • Preservative Free
  • Phosphate Free
  • High tolerance
  • Easy to use bottle, easy to administer drops
  • Handy size, no wastage, economical – can be used until the very last drop
  • Suitable for regular use
  • Hypotonic solution – to restore the natural osmotic balance of the tear film
  • Suitable for use with contact lenses
  • 300 drops per bottle
  • Every drop provides a precise and sufficient dose
  • Can be used for up to 3 months from opening


Dr Morris' Vision Blog

  • Whitening eye drops poison to kids?
    June 15 - 17  |  I learned something today...  "Eyedrops get rid of bloodshot eyes but they can also be dangerous if your kid decides to squirt some in their mouth. 'Eyedrops that contain imidazoline decongestants such as naphazoline, tetrahydrozoline, or oxymetazoline are dangerous when ingested, even in small quantities like 1-2 tablespoons,' says Gwenn Christianson, RN at the Indiana Poison Center at IU Health. They can sedate children, and interfere with breathing. "

    Credit goes to: http://www.msn.com/en-ca/health/medical/warning-these-16-everyday-things-pose-huge-health-risks/ss-BBCEPFO?ocid=spartandhp#image=14

    Dr.j   www.studioeyecare.com

  • Skin Cancer & Sunglasses
    May 2017 | As Summer fast approaches it has me thinking about new sunglasses.  Everyone knows that protecting eyes from the harmful rays of the sun with good sunglasses is just as important as protecting your skin with good sunscreen.  However, did you know that sunglasses also protect  delicate eyelid tissue from UV?    Our eye lids are a common place for skin cancer because we never put sunscreen close to our eyes.   Wear sunglasses this summer to protect both your eye and lids!
    Dr j    StudioEyeCare.com

  • Why do we see spots after a camera flash?
    Feb 27, 2017  |  Great question from a young patient last week... "Why do I see spots after a bright light?"   To understand why, lets first talk about how the eye works.   When any light hits the back of the eye (retina) a chemical reaction occurs that converts the light energy into electrical/nerve energy that goes to the brain.  This reaction takes fuel that is constantly being produced by the eye and then used up - over and over again.   Under normal circumstances the fuel's speed-of-creation can keep up with the fuel's speed-of-use.  However, when the eye is presented with intense brightness like a camera flash (or eye exam!), the fuel is used up much faster than production.   Because there is no/low fuel after the flash, this flashed zone of the retina appears dark because there is no creation of the electrical/nervous energy until the fuel regenerates.    dr.j     Studioeyecare.com


  • Eyelash Extension Issues
    Feb 6, 2017 | With the explosion in the use of eyelash extension, there has certainly been associated issues coming through our clinic door.  #1 is ocular surface irritation [likely] from adhesives.  Please come in for assessment if your eyes have not felt 'right' since extensions.  Here is a good article from the Canadian Assoc of Optometrists... https://opto.ca/health-library/eyelash-extensions   Dr. j  Studioeyecare.com