Dry Eye

Can Dry Eyes Cause Blurry Vision and Perhaps Vision Loss? Here’s What You Need to Know

Have you been experiencing dry eyes lately? While we generally think of tears as something that fill our eyes when we are sad, the truth is that tears lubricate our […]

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Sjogren’s syndrome for dry eye

Sjogren’s Syndrome Patients Who Suffer from Dry Eye Explained

Sjogren’s syndrome is a systemic autoimmune disease that can affect every aspect of your life. It may occur alone or with another autoimmune disease of the connective tissue, such as […]

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Treating Patients with Scleral Lenses

Treating Patients with Scleral Lenses

You may have heard that scleral lenses could help with an eye condition you have. Perhaps your eye doctor has recommended them. Scleral lenses are specially-designed lenses that help with […]

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Sjogren’s syndrome dry eyes

Treatments for Patients with Sjogren’s Syndrome and Dry Eye

Sjogren’s Syndrome is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system attacks your body’s tissues and cells. This disorder can affect numerous parts of your body, but the two main […]

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scleral lenses for dry eye

6 Reasons Why Scleral Lenses Can Solve Your Dry Eye Syndrome

Nearly five million Americans over the age of 50 suffer from dry eye syndrome. These patients complain of eyes that are dry, itchy, irritated, and sometimes downright painful. Eyedrops and artificial […]

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