Best Dry Eye Treatment in Windermere

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Dry eye is a common condition that affects the eye's ability to produce adequate tears and decreases the lubrication in the tear film. Annually, more than 5 to 10 percent of the American population suffers from dry eyes.

Dry eye is a chronic disease that requires a combination of medications to alleviate the symptoms. Usually, dry eye treatment can be easily done at your home with artificial tears. However, if the symptoms persist for over 3 days or include red, irritated, tired, or painful eyes, visit our qualified eye specialists at Remagin. The world is in our eyes, don't wait for things to go wrong. If left untreated, just a dry eye infection can cause damage to the eyes and affect vision.

What Are the Symptoms of Dry Eye?

What Are the Symptoms of Dry Eye?

If a person suffers from dry eye disease, they will constantly feel that there's something in their eyes. Let’s learn more the dry eye disease symptoms -

  • Redness of the eyes
  • A constant sensation of sting, burn, or scratch in the eyes
  • Strain or fatigue in the eyes
  • Light sensitivity
  • Irritation or difficulty while driving in the night
  • Irritation or difficulty while wearing contact lenses
  • Mucus in the eyes
  • Vision blurriness
  • Watery eyes
What Causes Dry Eyes?

What Causes Dry Eyes?

Dry eye disease is the absence or inadequacy of tears in the eyes. Tears are formed in the tear film, and any problem with the tear film can cause dry eye disease. As we age, the tear gland wears out, and dry eye disease becomes more common. Dry eye disease is also common in women after their menopause. A few diseases that affect the tear-making capability of the eyes, like thyroid, diabetes, lupus, allergies, arthritis, sarcoidosis, Sjogren's, vitamin A deficiency, Grave's disease, etc.

Besides these, the dry eyes’ causes include:

  • Any eye injury or surgery
  • Certain medications affecting tear-making capability
  • Smoking or inhaling environmental smoke
  • Eye inflammation
  • Using contact lenses for the long term
  • Excessive sunlight exposure
  • Higher screen time

What Is the Treatment for Dry Eye?

People with mild symptoms of dry eye disease can start their self-treatment with non-prescription eye drops, commonly called artificial tears. People with severe dry eye disease with lasting symptoms should consult their doctors immediately. Your doctor will start the medical treatments according to the symptoms causing the dry eye disease. If any medication is the cause of dry eye disease, the doctor will suggest some other medicine. If not, they will try to reverse the underlying condition. Some procedural treatments for dry eye are also available nowadays.

What to Expect After Treatment?

Dry eye treatment affects every person differently. It is best to stay in touch with your doctor for 3 to 4 weeks after undergoing dry eye treatment. You can resume your daily activities immediately, but it is advisable to take your medications regularly. Although it cannot be cured, it can be controlled and provide relief to you or your loved ones.

Why Choose Remagin?

At Remagin, dry eye treatment is done by renowned doctors with exceptional skills. We are the leading ophthalmology and oculofacial plastic surgery hospital with many distinctive features such as -

  • Observant and experienced doctors
  • Tailored treatment plans for different patients
  • Equipped with the latest and innovative technologies
  • Follow trends
  • Post-treatment care


A vitamin A deficiency can cause dry eye disease. Vitamin A nourishes the cornea of our eyes. The deficiency of vitamin A can prevent moisture in the eyes, thus causing dry eye disease.

Dry eye disease can be of two types, temporary and chronic. Temporary dry eye disease can last a few weeks or months; chronic dry eye disease is permanent.

Our bodies are made of 70% water; drinking more will help build better health. Drinking more water will allow the eyes to make tears and alleviate the discomfort.

Our eyes can heal themselves in sleep, like our bodies. A lack of sleep will interrupt the healing and cause dry eye disease in the long run.

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