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DRY EYES

Dry eye disease is a condition that occurs when tear production is not adequate to provide lubrication for your eyes. Another possible cause is poor quality tears are being produced. This can lead to inflammation and damage to the eye’s surface.

 

Symptoms of Dry Eyes

Chronic dry eye caused by inflammation can be terribly uncomfortable. This is a fairly common condition with symptoms that include, as the name says, dry eyes. Other symptoms include:

  • Redness in the eye
  • Stinging or burning sensation in the eyes
  • Light sensitivity
  • Trouble driving/seeing at night
  • Trouble wearing contact lenses
  • Watery eyes due to the feeling of irritation in the eye
  • Eye fatigue

How Are Dry Eyes Treated?

Treatments for dry eyes may make your eyes more comfortable.  Treatment of dry eyes depends on the underlying cause. Your doctor may suggest some lifestyle changes or prescribe eye drops or artificial tear drops to help with lubricating your eye socket and provide relief from dry eyes.  When over the counter artificial tears do not provide enough relief your doctor and you may decide to try a prescription eye drop.

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