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Embrace the Bliss of Clarity: Your Solution to Dry Eye Disease

Discover a world where your eyes feel fresh, comfortable, and lively again. We’re here to help you navigate and conquer Dry Eye Disease.

Understanding Your Dry Eye Journey: The What, Why, and How of Dry Eye Disease

Dry Eye Disease (DED) is a common yet often undiagnosed condition that impacts millions of individuals worldwide. It hinders the harmony between your tear film and ocular surface, causing discomfort, redness, and potentially, vision impairment.

Prevalence: A Closer Look at the Numbers

DED affects people of all ages, races, and genders, though it tends to be more common in older adults and women. Its prevalence escalates with age. Recognizing its widespread impact, we emphasize regular eye examinations for early detection and effective management

Identifying the Culprit: How We Diagnose DED

To accurately diagnose DED, we delve into your history, symptoms, and clinical presentation. We examine for systemic conditions, such as autoimmune disorders, which can contribute to DED, and also assess for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), another common cause

Probing Deeper: Our Investigations Into Your Dry Eye Condition

Our investigations involve:

  • Tear Film Break-up Time (TBUT)
  • Tear Lake Assessment
  • Signs of Blepharitis
  • Schirmer’s Test

These comprehensive assessments guide us towards the most suitable treatment for your DED.


Your Visits to Us: An Overview of Your Dry Eye Journey

Here’s a snapshot of your visits to us:

  • First Visit – A comprehensive eye examination involving various assessments, from visual acuity and refraction to ocular surface staining and Meibomian Gland assessment.
  • Subsequent Reviews – Depending on your DED severity, you will be scheduled for follow-ups every 2-3 weeks to 3-6 months.

Our Arsenal Against Dry Eyes: Evidence-Based Treatment Options

Our personalized treatment strategies include:

  • Environmental and Lifestyle Modifications
  • Artificial Tears
  • Anti-inflammatory Therapies
  • Autologous Serum Eye Drops
  • Punctal Occlusion
  • Amniotic Membrane (i.e. Prokera)
  • Therapeutic Contact Lenses
  • Intense Pulsed Light (IPL, Lumecca)
  • Meibomian Gland Expression 
  • Thermal Treatment (Forma-I)

Your eye health and peace of mind are paramount to us. We are committed to providing you with all the necessary information and care you need throughout your journey towards better vision. As always, our team is ready to answer any questions or concerns you may have about dry eye disease management. 

Why Choose Us?

  1. Expertise & Experience: Our clinic is helmed by a dry eye specialist  with vast experience in diagnosing and treating severe dry eye disease.
  2. Personalized Care: We understand that each eye is unique. That’s why we tailor our treatment plans to meet your individual needs and lifestyle.
  3. Cutting-Edge Technology: We stay abreast with the latest advancements in eye care technology, offering you the most accurate diagnoses and effective treatments.
  4. Holistic Approach: We believe in treating the whole person, not just the disease. Our multidisciplinary approach ensures that all aspects of your wellbeing are considered in your treatment plan.
  5. Patient Education: We empower you with the knowledge to make informed decisions about your health. Our team takes the time to explain your condition, treatment options, and preventative measures.
  6. Comfortable Environment: Our clinic provides a warm, welcoming, and comfortable environment for all our patients. We prioritize your comfort and satisfaction during each visit.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Symptoms of DED can include dryness, grittiness, a burning sensation, redness, and sometimes excess watering of the eyes.

The frequency of follow-ups depends on the severity of your DED. It could range from every 2-3 weeks for severe cases to every 3-6 months for mild cases.

Regular breaks from digital screens, staying hydrated, using humidifiers in dry environments, maintaining a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids, regular exercise, and quitting smoking can all help manage DED.

While DED is typically a chronic condition, it can be effectively managed with appropriate treatment and lifestyle modifications. Our aim is to alleviate your symptoms and improve your quality of life.

If left untreated, severe DED can potentially cause damage to the eye’s surface, leading to vision problems. Regular check-ups and early treatment are vital to prevent such complications.

While some patients with DED may find contact lenses uncomfortable, specific types of lenses like scleral contact lenses can actually aid in DED management by providing constant moisture to the cornea.

  • MGD is a common cause of DED. It occurs when the meibomian glands in the eyelids don’t secrete enough oil into the tears, causing them to evaporate too quickly. Treatments for MGD often help alleviate DED symptoms.


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