The Eye Institute offers clients an Advanced Dry Eye Center to help overcome the nagging feeling of dry eye. What is dry eye? According to The Eye Institute, dry eye is when an eye starts to feel gritty, tired or irritated. The Tear Institute team uses state-of-the-art technology and treatment options to handle everyday dry eye to advanced cases of the ocular surface disease. The Eye Institute will screen all patients for dry eye, even if they exhibit no symptoms, so no case of this progressive disease will go unseen.
If suffering from dry eye or have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, The Eye Institute encourages clients to schedule an in-depth dry eye examination appointment.
Causes of dry eye can include:
– Long Periods of Computer Use
A dry eye can develop into chronic dryness, which can cause redness, itching, irritation, blurred vision, foreign body sensation, extreme sensitivity to light, and thick collections of mucus in or around the eyes.
The Eye Institutes Dry Eye Center offers exams to help understand what is causing a patient’s dry eye and how to treat it. Exams include:
– A tear film exam
– Lipiview II Lipid Layer/Blink Imaging/Meibography – This test measures the thickness of the lipid layer of tears, blinking patterns, and a structural image of meibomian glands.
– A biomicroscopy of the eye surface with Vital Dyes
– Korb Meibomian Gland Evaluator Analysis
Ready to take the following steps? Visit The Eye Instuite and their Advance Dry Eye Center. Optometrists will ask about medical/medication history, work habits, and everyday environment. They will conduct an in-depth examination to determine what’s causing the problem.
Some treatments are eye drops, cleaners, and scrubs. Optometrists will determine the best approach for each client’s dry eye.
Located in Knightdale, Raleigh, and Wake Forest, North Carolina, The Eye Institute is dedicated to giving each patient superior vision care.
Those interested in learning more about the Advanced Dry Eye Center can visit the link here.
The Eye Institute
111 Seaboard Ave
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