Good eye drops for pinguecula include artificial tears that keep the eye moist and prevent inflammation of the area, according to MedlinePlus. If the condition leads to localized inflammation, a doctor may prescribe steroid eye drops, reports All About Vision.
Pinguecula are noncancerous, yellow growths that occur on the whites of the eye, according to All About Vision. They are more common between the iris and nose than on the outside of the iris. Exposure to ultraviolet light is the primary cause, but exposure to dust, wind or dry eye diseases can cause their formation. Doctors may consider surgical removal if the growth becomes uncomfortable, is cosmetically bothersome or interferes with blinking or wearing of contact lenses.