About Dry Eye Syndrome
Dry eye syndrome is a condition that develops when the eyes aren't receiving adequate moisture due to underproduction or poor quality of tears. Tears are essential for the general health of the eyes so if there isn't a sufficient amount, it can result in severe discomfort of the eyes and even hazy vision. Dry eye syndrome can also be triggered by certain medications, like antihistamines, environmental factors, and lifestyle. The most common symptoms of dry eye syndrome include feeling like something is inside the eye, itching, blurred vision, and redness. If you think dry eye is the cause of your vision issues, contact Baton Rouge Eye Physicians to schedule an appointment at our Baton Rouge, LA office today. Our team is here to provide the relief you need.
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Diagnosis and Treatment for dry eye
The best method for diagnosing chronic dry eye is to undergo a complete eye exam. In addition to your symptoms, we will evaluate any past or current conditions to establish any underlying reasons for your eye issues. The in-depth eye exam may include gauging the volume and makeup of your tear production and a noninvasive evaluation of your corneas, eyelids, and other ocular structures. After a diagnosis has been made, we can discuss which treatment best suits your particular needs. Most individuals with minor cases can ease symptoms with a prescription or over-the-counter eye drops. These solutions can enhance your natural tears. If your condition is more severe, tiny plugs can be inserted into your tear ducts to help retain moisture.
Relieve Your Dry Eye Today
Living with dry eye syndrome is more than just a serious annoyance, but it could also result in damage to your vision if left untreated. If you have been struggling with dry eye symptoms and have been trying to ease them with over-the-counter solutions without achieving optimal relief, it may be time to seek professional care. Our skilled team of ophthalmologists at Baton Rouge Eye Physicians frequently diagnose and manage dry eye syndrome with personalized treatment plans. Contact our office in Baton Rouge, LA to schedule an appointment.