Oculenis BioHAnce
Ocular Repair Gel

Accelerated healing and easy application mean less pain – for pets and the people caring for them.

Oculenis BioHAnce Ocular Repair Gel can be used on dogs and cats for:

Superficial ocular injuries (cuts, abrasions, scratches)

Traumatic ocular wounds (lacerations, punctures)

Foreign objects that have perforated the cornea

Surgical incisions

Corneal ulcer

Caution: Oculenis does not contain antibiotics or other ingredients used to treat infections. Oculenis is meant to be used with standard treatment care. Read full instructions.

CAUTION: Due to the risks associated when treating eye injuries this product is only available by or on the order of a veterinarian. This is the highest concentration of biologically enhanced HA containing ocular formula and is designed to be used on the order of a veterinarian

Even small eye injuries can be extremely painful.

It’s like with your own eyes. Ocular injuries can also cause permanent damage to the surface. Often a result of trauma during everyday events, eye injuries usually require immediate veterinary care because even the smallest eye injury can develop into an infected wound or lead to loss of vision.

Some common eye injuries:

Corneal laceration

A cut or scratch
to the eye surface

Corneal ulcer

From chemicals, debris
or rubbing

Puncture wound

From any foreign body
in the eye

Eyelid trauma

Inverting of the eyelids or
overgrowth of eyelashes

Some common eye injuries:

Corneal laceration

A cut or scratch to the eye surface

Corneal ulcer

From chemicals, debris or rubbing

Puncture wound

From any foreign body in the eye

Eyelid trauma

Inverting of the eyelids or overgrowth of eyelashes

Millions of doses of BioHAnce technology have been sold to veterinarians.*

*Represents the various eye and wound care products under various brands globally that incorporated the corresponding version of the patented BioHAnce technology.

The only ocular repair gel for pets made with BioHAnce technology.

Oculenis BioHAnce Ocular Repair Gel is clinically proven to help accelerate healing for ocular injuries in pets. Unlike ordinary ophthalmology solutions for pets, it is formulated with a patented cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid (HA) tailored specifically for the ocular environment HA is a naturally occurring molecule found throughout the body that plays a role in healing, lubrication and hydration.

Promotes accelerated* healing by 50%:

reducing the time your pet is in pain, needing bandages or wearing “the cone of shame”1

Engineered for convenience:

enhanced duration means fewer applications each day

Formulated for precise dosing:

the aqueous gel consistency is easy to control without globbing or dripping

Protects and hydrates with every blink:

creates a sheer barrier on the ocular surface

Sooths and comforts:

the thin consistency of the gel feels good in the eye without blurring. It also minimizes friction when your pet blinks to reduce risk of repeat injury

Made with 100% naturally occurring ingredients:

contains no preservative or synthetic additives that cause pain or stinging

Reduces scarring:

even tiny abnormalities on the eye surface can cause discomfort

Caution: Oculenis is only available by or on the order of a veterinarian. Pets with eye injuries should consult their veterinarian for proper treatment.

*When compared to a standard lubricating eye drop without bioengineered HA.

1 Williams DL, Wirostko BM,Gum G, Mann BK. Topical cross-linked HA-based hydrogel accelerates closure of corneal epithelial defects and repair of stromal ulceration in companion animals. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2017;58:4616–4622. DOI:10.1167/iovs.16-20848

Don’t put your pet’s eyes at risk.

If you see them squinting, avoiding bright lights, excessively blinking or if you observe excessive tear production or watery, green or yellow discharge, seek veterinary advice immediately.

In severe situations, your veterinarian may recommend taking your pet to a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist for specialty care.

Pet parent-friendly dosing

Simply apply 1 to 2 drops directly onto the injured eye. The natural movement of the eyelid will distribute the gel over the eye surface.

Apply a minimum of 2 times daily until the eye injury is repaired based on your veterinarian’s recommendations.