Discover TrueTear®

Learn more about the bold way to temporarily increase natural tear production with user-controllable neurostimulation.

  • State-of-the-art technology in eye care that's easy to use
  • Tiny pulses of energy stimulate tears
  • Drop-free, drug-free option
  • Well-tolerated with mild side effects
  • Works quickly* and puts you in control

*Average daily application time of 130 seconds/day in a clinical trial.

Behind The Technology: Neurostimulation

Keep Track with the TrueTear® App

Available now for iPhone®

  • Check the device's battery level
  • Track your device use and intensity levels

Full Product Information for the TrueTear® App

This device includes Bluetooth® Smart wireless technology. Turn on this optional feature to download TrueTear® device data for use with the TrueTear® mobile app. You do not have to use the Bluetooth® feature in order to use the TrueTear® device.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Some people report a tingling sensation, or tickling, or massaging. The sensation may be different depending on the level of strength you are using.

It takes practice to find the "sweet spot." The TrueTear® tip needs to contact the nerves under the bridge of the nose. Insert the tip into your nose, as far as comfortable, with the buttons pointing towards your lips and face and move the tip to the top and front of the nose.

In clinical studies, the most common side effects were nasal pain, discomfort or burning. For additional side effects, please talk to your doctor or read the Instructions for Use.

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Instructions for use:
For Patients | For Physicians

TrueTear® provides a temporary increase in tear production during neurostimulation in adult patients.

Important Safety Information

Do not use TrueTear® if you have a cardiac pacemaker, implanted or wearable defibrillator, or other implanted metallic or electronic device (eg, cochlear implant) in the head or neck, chronic or recurrent nosebleeds, a bleeding disorder (eg, hemophilia), a condition that can lead to increased bleeding, or a known hypersensitivity (allergy) to the hydrogel material.


Do not use TrueTear® around electronic monitoring equipment (eg, heart monitors or electrocardiogram alarms), in the bath/shower, while driving, operating machinery, or during activity in which sneezing/watery eyes may cause risk, areas other than the nose, within 3 feet of shortwave or microwave therapy equipment, around flammable anesthetic mixture (air, oxygen or nitrous oxide). Do not continue using TrueTear® if your nose is irritated. Safety/effectiveness not established for longer than 6 months or for treating aqueous-deficient dry eye disease. Safety not established in pregnancy, patients under 22 years of age, patients with nasal or sinus surgery (including nasal cautery) or significant trauma, severe nasal airway obstruction or vascularized polyp; active, severe systemic or chronic seasonal allergies; rhinitis or sinusitis requiring treatment; untreated nasal infection; and disabling arthritis, neuropathy, severe dexterity impairment or limited motor coordination.


Consult your doctor on TrueTear® instructions before use and on discontinuing use if pain, discomfort or numbness in the nose persists after reducing for higher levels/longer sessions. Remove studs, nose rings, or other nose jewelry before use. Do not use prescription eye medications or nasal sprays 30 minutes before or after using TrueTear®. Consult your doctor before use if you have suspected or diagnosed heart disease. Keep away from children.

Adverse Events

Nasal pain, discomfort or burning; short-term electrical discomfort; nosebleed; nasal congestion; headaches; trace blood in nostril; facial pain; sore eye; sinus pain; pain around the eye; runny nose; nasal ulcers; and light-headedness.

Caution: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a licensed physician. For the full Directions for Use, please visit or call 1-800-678-1605. Please call 1-800-433-8871 to report an adverse event.