dry eye treatments
If you have experienced some dry eye symptoms, then you know how bothersome and annoying it can be. Unfortunately, dry eye is more than just an annoyance. It is a chronic and progressive condition, otherwise known as an Ocular Surface Disease.
Yes, it is a disease! In fact, it is a common, but misdiagnosed or under diagnosed disease. It affects about 50 million Americans and, unfortunately, this number is on the rise. At South Waterfront Eye Care, we specialize in treating the root cause of this disease, not just the symptoms. We offer the most effective, cutting edge treatments for dry eye disease such as Intense Pulsed Light Therapy ™, Lipiflow Thermal Pulsation, TrueTear®, BlephEx® and more.
The data is in; we know that more people will suffer from this condition. Why wait to develop the problem when we can prevent it? We are passionate about preventative care and have the tools to help you keep your eyes healthy for life! Contact us today!
Learn More About Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)
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