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Dry eyes are a common eye condition that are persistent and annoying. Maybe it’s time to find a solution.

Are you suffering from these symptoms?

Blurry Vision
Redness
Burning
Itching
Eyelid Inflammation
Light sensitivity
Excessive tearing/watery eyes
Tired eyes/eye fatigue
Stringy mucous in or around the eyes
Foreign body sensation
Contact lens discomfort
Scratchy/gritty feeling

 


What is Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry Eye Syndrome occurs when the eye does not produce tears properly, or when tears are not of the correct consistency and evaporate too quickly.

What causes Dry Eye?

Some of the most common causes of dry eye include medications, environmental factors, inflammation, contact lens wear, age, Meibomian Gland Disorder or hormonal changes.

 

Get relief.

Peters Family Eyecare became an Accredited Dry Eye Center of Excellence in the spring of 2016, adding additional technology including the Oculus Keratograph, TearLab and InflammaDry.

Through this advanced technology and the MiBo ThermoFlo, Doctor Peters has provided many patients with personalized treatment protocols that deliver long-term relief.

Contact us to schedule your Dry Eye Evaluation.

 

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