4 Reasons to Choose OptiLight to Treat Dry Eye

4 Reasons to Choose OptiLight to Treat Dry Eye

Dry eye disease is a condition where the eyes are unable to make adequate or good-quality tears. It leaves the eyes poorly nourished and moisturized. A common cause of dry eye is meibomian gland dysfunction. The tiny glands in the eyelids that produce oil for the tears fail to function properly. Tears evaporate without adequate oil, leaving the eyes without moisture and causing uncomfortable symptoms. Fortunately, there are several treatment options. One is OptiLight. Find out the reasons to choose OptiLight to treat dry eye. 

How to Relieve the Discomfort of Dry Eyes in the Winter

How to Relieve the Discomfort of Dry Eyes in the Winter

Winter can be very cold, so you need all the comfort and warmth possible. The season worsens for individuals suffering from dry eyes. The eyes become dry when unable to produce adequate or quality tears to remain lubricated and moist. As a result, you may experience a burning sensation, itching, blurred vision, redness, and light sensitivity. Read on to learn how to relieve dry eye discomfort in winter.

5 Lifestyle Changes That Can Relieve Dry Eye

5 Lifestyle Changes That Can Relieve Dry Eye

Dry eye syndrome is a multifactorial disorder of the eye’s surface affecting millions of Americans. It typically results from...

Do Contact Lenses Make Dry Eye Worse?

Do Contact Lenses Make Dry Eye Worse?

Many contact lens wearers complain about experiencing dry eyes. Dry eye syndrome is common among individuals who wear contacts and those who do not. Symptoms of the condition include red, itchy, and irritated eyes, which usually worsen due to contact lens use.

When Should You Be Concerned About Dry Eye?

When Should You Be Concerned About Dry Eye?

Dry eyes are a common occurrence. With time, you may learn to live with the condition. But when the symptoms start to get chronic, it can strip you of the things you love doing. You may have to change schedules and stay indoors at times.

Tips for Taking Care of Your Contact Lenses

Tips for Taking Care of Your Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are the best option for individuals who prefer not to wear prescription eyeglasses. Almost every patient can wear them as corrective eyewear. However, they require a lot of care to ensure you reduce your risk of getting infections and retain eye health. Below are some tips to help you care for your contact lenses.

How Long Does It Take to See Results From LipiFlow®?

How Long Does It Take to See Results From LipiFlow®?

LipiFlow® is an FDA-cleared, cutting-edge treatment for dry eye syndrome caused by meibomian gland dysfunction or MGD. You may have heard or read that clogged oil glands are part of what causes dry eyes. Tears consist of three layers-the water (aqueous), oil (lipid), and mucus layers-that lubricate your eyes.

How Do I Cure Dry Eye?

How Do I Cure Dry Eye?

Dry eye is a common condition that can be temporary or chronic. Chronic dry eye can mean that the symptoms may improve or worsen, but the condition is never completely cured. Dry eye occurs when the eyes fail to produce enough tears or the tears evaporate too fast. 

Benefits of Contact Lenses vs. Glasses

Benefits of Contact Lenses vs. Glasses

Choosing to wear contact lenses or eyeglasses depends on your individual preference. Comfort, lifestyle, convenience, esthetics, and budget are all critical factors to consider when making your decision.

What Is OptiLight, and How Can It Manage Your Dry Eye?

What Is OptiLight, and How Can It Manage Your Dry Eye?

What is OptiLight for dry eyes? With dry eyes, your eyes are not making enough tears or are producing tears that evaporate too quickly. That leaves your eyes with little or no moisture to keep them nourished and healthy.

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