Dry Eye Therapy
Dry Eye Syndrome can present with a variety of symptoms, such as:
- Feeling like there is something in your eye
- Watery eyes
- Tired eyes
- Stinging or burning sensations
- Irritated and/or sore eyes
- Blurred vision
- Difficulty driving at night
A Variety of Solutions
Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) is a common cause of dry eye syndrome that artificial tears may not be able to relieve. We are confident that we have a better solution for you.
Lipiview & Lipiflow
LipiView and LipiFlow are technologies developed to diagnose and treat evaporative dry eye, or MGD. This treatment is used to unclog blocked meibomian glands, so that your tears will regain the oily component (meibum) needed for a healthy tear film.
This fantastic technology is non-invasive and most patients report their symptoms being relieved almost immediately after treatment, with sustained benefits. There is no recovery time necessary for a LipiFlow treatment, so you don’t need to worry about taking time off work or other responsibilities.
If you are concerned that you may be suffering from dry eye syndrome or want to learn more about the treatment options and technologies we have available.
Intense Pulsed Light Therapy
For patients who are experiencing symptoms of evaporative dry eye caused by meibomian gland dysfunction, you may want to look at the benefits of having intense pulsed light therapy.
Intense pulsed light therapy (IPL) is a process where your optometrist liquifies blockages in your meibomian gland by pulsating light over your eye lid for a specific amount of time.
Book Your Appointment Today!
Clear View Vision Care is proud to be the first to use both IPL and LipiFlow therapies in Southern Arizona!
If you are concerned that you may be suffering from dry eye syndrome or want to learn more about the treatment options and technologies we have available, book an appointment with us.
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