Treatment for Dry Eyes

Treatment for Dry Eyes

Mil­lions of peo­ple suf­fer from dry eyes syn­drome and it is most often defined based on the quan­ti­ty or qual­i­ty of your tears.

The most com­mon form of dry eye is evap­o­ra­tive dry eye. Lip­i­Flow® is a rev­o­lu­tion­ary treat­ment that allows your doc­tor to direct­ly treat the cause of your Evap­o­ra­tive Dry Eye. Dry eyes can cause annoy­ances in your life,  from read­ing or watch­ing TV, to dri­ving or work­ing on the com­put­er.

We also fea­ture a state of the art Dry Eye Diag­no­sis and treat­ment cen­ter, includ­ing a lip­iview aber­rom­e­ter to assist in the diag­no­sis of oil-defi­cient dry eye/ ocu­lar sur­face dis­ease, as well as osmo­lar­i­ty test­ing to mon­i­tor dry eye sever­i­ty and response to treat­ments? Lip­i­flow and Ble­phEx (for eye­lid relat­ed dry eye/“blepharitis”) dry treat­ments avail­able right in our office!

Do You Have Dry Eyes Syndrome?

Your eyes depend on a flow of tears to pro­vide con­stant mois­ture and lubri­ca­tion to main­tain eye health and com­fort. When the vol­ume or con­sis­ten­cy of the tear sys­tem becomes imbal­anced, you might expe­ri­ence dry eyes.

A per­son may endure some or all of the fol­low­ing when tear pro­duc­tion is not con­stant:

  • Eye Fatigue
  • Sen­si­tiv­i­ty to light
  • Blurred vision
  • Red­ness
  • A burn­ing sen­sa­tion
  • Dis­com­fort
  • A grit­ty sen­sa­tion

Although the symp­toms often start as minor incon­ve­niences, the effects of dry eye are pro­gres­sive and can wors­en over time, poten­tial­ly lead­ing to severe dis­com­fort or blurred vision.

Do any of these symp­toms sound famil­iar?

Maybe it’s time to talk to your doc­tor about Lip­i­Flow®.

Call today 888–678-4341.

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