Dry eye arises from issues with tear production and the condition of your tear ducts, and rheumatoid arthritis can accelerate or be the root cause of issues with your tears.
Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) causes dry eye disease, specifically evaporative dry eye disease. It is caused when there is not enough oil in the tears. As a result, the tears dry up or evaporate at a quicker rate causing dryness.
In addition to the pain, dry eye disease can have a significant and even debilitating effect on your vision and quality of life.
There are many dry eye treatments, and several are designed for contact lens users. Some optometrists use scleral contact lenses for dry eye disease, but how effective are they for providing relief?
What is the cause of chronic eye pain and how can your dry eye doctor help you reduce the symptoms? Let’s go over the details to help you understand the condition
There are constant advances in the management of dry eyes so it’s important to keep up to date on the latest treatments. Recently launched in Canada, Evolve™ Daily Intensive and Evolve™ Intensive Gel is a promising new addition to your dry eye routine
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed our way of living and it’s been over a year since we’ve adjusted to working at home and wearing masks
In the dry eye world, there are several myths and claims floating around the internet. Today, we will debunk and demystify these common myths.
Dry eyes can be irritating at any time of day, but many people experience particularly annoying symptoms of this common condition at night.
For some people, wearing makeup is part of their daily routine, but did you know that it can be doing more harm than good? This is especially true if you have dry eyes.
Make room for a new promising addition to your dry eye care – hypochlorous acid (HOCl).
We’re usually aware of how much a balanced and healthy diet affects our overall well being. But do we really understand the extent of its impact? Would you believe us if we told you that the right foods can truly help your dry eye disease?
Well, believe it or not, it really can...