Carolina Eye Host Dry Eye Clinic, Tuesday, December 3, 2013

November 21st, 2013 by Carolina Eye Associates

 

Carolina Eye to Host Dry Eye Clinic, Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Dry Eyes Holding You Back?

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction or Evaporative Dry Eye is a real disease that can affect vision and quality of life.  If left untreated, the disease can worsen. Unfortunately, the underlying cause of dry eye disease has been difficult to identify and treat effectively-leaving sufferers frustrated and unable to find long term relief for dry eye symptoms.

With the recent introduction of the LipiView, physicians now have a tool to observe the tear film using digital images.  A LipiView image of the tear film can be captured during a non-invasive in-office exam that takes about 5 minutes.

Treatment of Evaporative Dry Eye involves relieving obstructions of blocked eyelid glands by applying a combination of localized heat therapy and pressure.

The LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation System is a significant technological shift in Evaporative Dry Eye treatment, effectively relieving blockage of the eyelid glands during an in-office treatment.  Opening the blocked eyelid glands allows the body to resume the natural production of lipids (oils) needed for the tear film.

The LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation treatment is a clinically-proven procedure that can be performed in-office at Carolina Eye.

 

Carolina Eye to Host Dry Eye Clinic

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Schedule Your Free Dry Eye Evaluation

Spaces Limited Must RSVP By December 2, 2013

Call today 910-295-1501

 

Click here for additional information on Dry Eye Disease or call 910-295-1501

 

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