Dry Eye Management

What Is Dry Eye?


Dry eye occurs when your eyes don’t produce enough tears, or when the tears evaporate off the surface of your eye too quickly. This can lead to an unstable tear film, resulting in inflammation and damage to the eye’s surface. Over time this can leave your eyes dry, gritty, red and sensitive to light. If this happens, you could benefit from dry eye management.

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What are the causes of Dry Eye?

Dry eye presents when the creation of a healthy tear film is disrupted. Decreased tear production or increased tear evaporation happen for many reasons, like aging, allergies, hormonal changes, eyelid problems, Parkinson’s Disease, gland dysfunction, living in a dry climate or even having a job that requires increased screen time. Most commonly, dry eye is caused by a blockage in the Meibomian glands, which are responsible for producing the lipid layer of our tears. Problems with the creation of any part of your eye’s tear film can cause dry eyes.

Dry Eye Treatments

There’s much more to dry eye management than using eye drops. Our team will help you to create a plan to manage your dry eyes with targeted in-office treatments, a discussion about nutrition and tailored home care including warm compresses, lid hygiene and artificial tears. In office treatments such as Radiofrequency, Intense Pulsed Light Therapy and Lipiflow Therapy can treat severe symptoms of dry eye including burning, itching, redness and irritation.

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Our experienced eye doctors and medical aestheticians use Radiofrequency Therapy to help unblock and liquify your glands to give you the dry eye relief you’ve been searching for — with the added aesthetic benefit of skin tightening.

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A specialized light emitting technology known as IPL, this therapy is an effective and stimulating treatment for dry eye, ocular rosacea, blepharitis and eyelash mites. It targets inflammation and discoloration of the skin and eye, as well as minimizing the appearance of free radical damage.

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ZEST is a deep yet gentle exfoliation and cleansing treatment for the eyelids. The okra-based solution is applied with a micro sponge applicator to gently cleanse the eyelids and softly exfoliate any dead cells, debris and biofilms that can accumulate on the lid margins contributing to inflammation, infection and irritation.

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Combining heat and gentle pulse massage for your eyelids, LipiFlow is a state-of-the-art treatment used to address the buildup of oils that block the Meibomian glands, one of the leading causes of dry eye. This treatment can offer immediate results, while protecting your eye by focusing on your eyelids.

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Endoret® (PRGF) therapy is a cutting-edge regenerative treatment that utilizes Plasma Rich in Growth Factors (PRGF) technology to treat various ocular surface diseases.  By using patient’s own blood plasma, this therapy promotes the regeneration and healing of ocular tissues. It is effective in treating conditions such as dry eye syndrome, corneal ulcers, and post-surgical ocular surface disorders.

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Amniotic Membrane Therapy is a revolutionary treatment for patients suffering from dry eye syndrome. This innovative approach utilizes the natural healing properties of amniotic membrane tissue to repair and rejuvenate the ocular surface, providing relief for those with chronic dry eyes.

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Your Dry Eye Care Team

Introducing the dedicated team of dry eye care specialists at EyeSpa Komoka. With a passion for comprehensive eye health and a focus on personalized care, our team is committed to providing tailored solutions and support for all your dry eye needs.

We are here to help you find relief and restore comfort to your eyes.

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