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Dry eye syndrome affects the tear film, which is the liquid that protects the cornea, causing dryness in the eyes. For those experiencing symptoms such as affected tear film, gritty sensation, red eyes, blurry vision, burning, or itching, they can contact one of our ophthalmologists to prevent or determine the degree of dry eye. To find out if you have dry eye syndrome, take the following test:
Improvement in patient's visual quality.
Prevents redness of the eyes.
Prevents injuries to the cornea and conjunctiva.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is dry eye curable?
Dry eye is considered a chronic condition, and there is no definitive cure for it. However, its progression can be controlled and managed through various treatment options.
Can dry eye lead to serious complications?
Yes, in some cases, it can affect the patient's cornea and filaments, depending on its progression.
Do all cases of dry eye require the same treatment?
No, this depends on the severity of the condition, the decrease in tear production, or excessive tear evaporation.