Dry Eye

Dry Eye Symptoms

Dry eye is a condition that arises when the tear ducts do not produce enough natural tears. This can lead to uncomfortable feelings of scratching, dryness and possibly a burning sensation.
Dry eyes can often cause difficulty for people in rather dry environments or extensive use of electronic devices, like smartphones or computers.

Causes Of Dry Eye

There are many causes of dry eyes. From contact lens wear, the natural aging process, certain eye conditions and possible complications of a prior surgical procedure. While dry eye is an uncomfortable ongoing condition, Pacific ClearVision Institute can help determine which treatment is the best for you.

Dry Eye Treatments

Dry eyes can be treated in numerous ways and at Pacific ClearVision Institute we will work with you to help figure out which treatment option is the best for you. Some of the many treatments available are eye drops, nutritional supplements and/or LipiFlow® treatments. LipiFlow® is a gentle massaging procedure that has demonstrated quick improvement in dry eyes.

Eye Wellness Center

Treatments for dry eye can be confusing and time consuming. We have developed an Eye Wellness Center to assist with treating your Dry Eye. We offer a variety of products to assist with your dry eye treatments and make it easy to walk out with everything you need to maintain and treat your Dry Eye.

Oasis Tears

Oasis Tears lubricate and moisten the eye tissue to keep eyes lubricated for a long time.

Hydro Eye Soft Gels

Offering a lubricating solution and smoothing of the ocular surface.

Vitamins and supplements

Often taking vitamins and supplements will be prescribed by your doctor to assist with the generation of tears. We offer a wide range to assist with keeping your eyes in the best health possible.

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