Dry Eyes

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eyedropsInadequate hydration from natural tears can be irritating and damaging to the delicate composition of the eyes. The eyes are reliant upon proper tear production to support ideal health, visual clarity, and function. When the eyes become dry, due to either quick evaporation of tears or insufficient tear production, superficial ocular tissue and the eyelids can quickly become irritated. Our eye doctors in Honolulu have extensive experience diagnosing and treating the causes of dry eyes. They are familiar with all of the latest treatments for dry eye syndrome and can help you find a solution to your discomfort.

Symptoms of Dry Eye

Persistently dry eyes can be incredibly bothersome and even painful. Dry eyes may present a variety of different symptoms, which can include:

If you are experiencing one or several of these symptoms, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors to perform a thorough exam to determine the cause of your discomfort. Your doctor may perform tests to measure the volume and quality of your tears in order to discover the primary cause of your dry eyes and determine a fitting course of treatment.

Treatments for Dry Eye

There are several treatments for dry eyes available, and choosing the right one for you will depend upon your diagnosis and the success of previous treatments you may have tried. Treating dry eyes can sometimes be a process of trial and error until finding an option or combination of options that work.

Dry eye syndrome is a very common condition, particularly in a climate like ours here in Hawaii. The good news is, treatments available at our practice have proven to help many individuals reduce the debilitating effects of dry eye disease and enhance their day-to-day lives.

If you think you may be suffering from dry eye syndrome, we encourage you to contact Aloha Laser Vision today to schedule an appointment with one of our ophthalmologists.

*Individual Results May Vary

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