Dry Eye Treatment
Dry eye has many forms--it can be a scratchy gritty feeling, eye irritation and blurry vision when you wake up or pain that lasts all day, resulting in red, unhealthy looking eyes. If you find yourself reaching for eye drops multiple times per day or wishing you could comfortably wear contact lenses again there may be new options for you.
Dr. Batey and Dr. Emmert are committed to providing our patients with cutting edge treatments so that dry eye is the last thing on your mind and constant red, tired eyes are a thing of the past.
In a recent 56-patient trial, patients found significant dry eye relief in as little as 2 weeks, and 86% found relief within 4 weeks. Additionally, EyePromise EZ Tears has shown a 50% increase in the Omega-3 index (blood test).
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For your convenience, we offer EZ Tears in office so you don't have to wait for shipping.
Specialty Contact Lenses
If you had to discontinue contact lens wear due to dry eye there are many new options that may allow you to wear contact lenses some or all of the time.
In addition, there are now contact lenses that can help reduce dry eye signs and symptoms, reducing your need for over the counter and prescription eye drops.
Ocular Surface Disease
Often times dry eye results in Ocular Surface Disease. This chronic inflammation may need to be treated with a specific regimen that can include supplements, dietary changes, eyelid treatments and prescription eye drops. If not treated properly, Ocular Surface Disease can result in severe pain and eye redness.
If you are using over the counter eye drops more than twice a day you may be suffering from Ocular Surface Disease.