Dry Eye Syndrome is one of the most common conditions we see at the practice. Most people experience the same symptoms, burning eyes, sandy feeling, teary and red eyes, and blurry vision. Medication, computer use, air conditioning, contact lens wear, and climate may exacerbate the symptoms.

We need to remember that DES is a chronic condition, and needs to be treated as such. A combination of drops, ointments, supplements, plugs, and diet changes may be necessary depending on the type of DES you have and its severity.

Book your consultation for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

 

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