After learning more about dry eyes, you might now recognize that you need help getting your dry eye problems under control. Yet, you may be hesitant to schedule a consultation because you don’t know how much it will cost you.
Here are some things you need to know about dry eye therapy costs.
So you’ve tried the over-the-counter artificial drops and they don’t seem to help much. Is there anything else we can do to help you get rid of the stinging, burning, watering eyes?Thankfully, the answer to your question is, YES!
Here is a list of potential therapies that might help you:
I am asked on a regular basis the why question. Patients want to know why they have a dry eye problem.Here is a short list of reasons why your eyes might be dry when they didn’t used to be.
Almost daily, I hear patients ask me how their eyes can be dry when they water so much.
Eyes water because they are inflamed. Inflammation and irritation of the eyes can be caused by many things. It can happen if you are exposed to airborne chemicals (gasoline fumes or when you cut up an onion, for example). It can occur if you get something in your eye but it can also occur if your tear film is not protecting your eye adequately.
There are three layers to the tear film. They are:
Statistically, over 10% of the population suffers from dry eyes at some level. Casper’s dry windy climate makes it worse. Many sufferers either don’t know they can do anything about their miserable dry eyes or they are using eye drops that don’t do much good.
Here are 5 of the common symptoms you might experience if your eyes are dry.
1. Your eyes water and blur up when you read.
2. The Wind and the Sun make your eyes water excessively.
3. It is uncomfortable…