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Get Relief From Dry Eyes Today

Family Vision Care & Contact Lenses is a clinic focused on a wide range of eye and vision issues for patients. Our Dry Eye Solution clinic is a new service that so many of our patients could benefit from. Dry eyes and dry eye disease can cause problems with the accuracy of your vision even through your glasses and contact lens along with common symptoms of itching, burning, foreign body sensation, and paradoxically watering eyes. We offer the latest in diagnostic testing to pinpoint the exact cause of your dry eye condition. Our treatment plans options can handle from the mildest to the most advanced cases of dry eye disease. If you are struggling with any of these symptoms, please call and make an appointment in the Dry Eye Solutions Clinic.

Old lady wearing mask and giving eye test

What To Expect From Our Dry Eye Exams

The crucial element in keeping our eyes comfortable and vision clear relies on our natural tears. When a patient comes in complaining of dry irritated eyes, we will first perform tests to measure the volume of your tears, and how quickly those tears evaporate. Samples of tears are taken to determine it is a salt problem or an inflammation problem. Our state of the art diagnostic equipment can pinpoint the exact problem of why your eyes are dry. High definition imaging of substructures of your eyes provides detailed information as to the cause of your dry eye issues. At that point a true individual plan can be tailored for your condition. These first steps guide your customized treatment plan, help resolve some of the common symptoms of dry eye, including:

  • Excessive dryness in the eye
  • Persistent watering
  • Eye pain
  • The feeling of something being in the eye
  • Chronic eye irritation
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Fluctuation of your vision even with glasses or contacts

How We Treat Dry Eye Disease

Fortunately, if you suffer from dry eye, there are a variety of methods that our optometrists use to improve your condition. For example, certain medications can increase one’s tear production or reduce eye surface inflammation. Other treatments heat the oil glands of the eyes to produce better quality tears that do not evaporate as quickly. At-home treatment regimens may be prescribed to rejuvenate the eyes. While there is no cure for dry eye disease, a customized treatment plan can help improve your overall eye comfort.

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