We perform an in-depth assessments and advanced treatment options to treat dry eyes.
Are you struggling with dry eyes?
Dry eyes occurs when the eyes are no longer able to produce good quality tears to coat the eye surface. It can be result of genetics, environments factors, hormonal changes, autoimmune diseases, and/or medications.
Over-the-counter lubrication can help initially, however, it may not provide 100% relief. That is because each eye drop has one key ingredient that targets one part of the tear film. It is important to get a consult to create a customized treatment plan for your particular concern.
Aqueous, lipid supplementation, and viscosity enhancing agents that replace or supplement natural tear film.
Reduction of lipid by-products and lipolytic bacteria by lid scrubs, cleansers, and lid debridement.
Immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory agents that inhibit inflammatory markers and activation of lymphocytes.
A tear conservation method that aimes to retain natural tears on the ocular surface.
Essential fatty acids such as Omega-3, flax seed oils, and other nutritional supplements.
Liquefy secretions of obstructed glands to improve meibomian gland function manually or through in-office procedures such as iLux.
Prevents desiccation of ocular surface and frequent use of lubricants through blinking awareness training.
Advanced Lid Procedures
A reverse tenzel semicircular advancement ﬂap, can be used for upper eyelid defects upto 2/3rd of defect.
Meibomian Gland Expression
Therapeutic amelioration of obstructed meibomian glands to restore their functionality.
Intense Light Pulse Therapy
Delivering intense pulses of 500-1200nm light to treat meibomian gland dysfunction.
Are you experiencing dry eyes?
Call us today for a dry eyes consult. We can provide you an individualized care plan to best suit your needs.