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The EyeDoctors Optometrists specialize in treating dry eye and other vision conditions at over 20 locations in Kansas.
Dry eyes can be a chronic condition. We strive to provide relief. When you visit us, your eye doctor can prescribe treatment to keep your eyes healthy and prevent your vision from being affected.
Don’t let dry eye get you down. The EyeDoctors Optometrists are here to help at one of our locations in Kansas. Get relief for dry eye and any other eye condition that may be affecting you. Find a nearby location today!
Dry eye disease is a condition where there are insufficient tears to lubricate and nourish the eye. The disease can be uncomfortable, and the lack of tear production can lead to inflammation and damage if left untreated.
In some cases, dry eyes can be due to Meibomian gland dysfunction, where the glands in the eye cannot produce enough oil. The EyeDoctors Optometrists can help diagnose the root of the problem and form a treatment plan to give you the relief you need.
For those who frequently wear contacts, dry eyes can be a common side effect over time. This can be due to contact lenses absorbing too much liquid from your eyes, rather than your eyes absorbing the moisture.
Our eye doctors can help provide treatment to decrease irritation caused by contacts. It is important to keep your contact lenses clean. If you are experiencing symptoms, try switching contact solutions. Another option is to switch to silicone hydrogel contact lenses.
Discuss treatment options with your doctor to learn more.
Our dry eye specialists will use your eye health history to recommend changes to your daily routine to help you achieve the desired results.
We may recommend specific eye drops to integrate into your treatment plan. These eye drops can help lubricate the eye and reduce irritation.
The use of artificial tears, gel, or ointment function like a lotion. Like using lotion for dry skin, it may take several applications for symptoms to go away completely.
Dry eye can cause a lot of discomfort if left untreated. The doctors at The EyeDoctors Optometrists can help diagnose, discuss options, and create a treatment plan. Click to schedule an appointment today!
Dry eye can be prevented or lessened in a variety of ways. Routine changes to lessen symptoms can include reducing computer screen exposure, using eye drops, wearing sunglasses outdoors, or limiting time in dry environments.
While some eye conditions can increase your chances of experiencing dry eye, you don’t need a pre-existing eye condition to experience it. Anybody can experience dry eye, especially those who may smoke, live in dry climates, wear contact lenses, or spend extended time in front of a computer screen. With the right treatment plan, you can reduce your symptoms and lessen your discomfort.
Dry eye symptoms are often environmental. Chronic dry eye symptoms due to pre-existing eye conditions cannot be permanently fixed, but they can be treated to provide relief. If symptoms are caused by your environment, changes can be made to help relieve discomfort.