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Dry Eye Treatment in El Cajon, CA

Schedule an appointment online or call (619) 444-1153 for relief.

Dry eye problems could easily be one of the most common optometric problems in the country, but it is also one of the eye conditions that is the most diverse.

Causes for dry eyes can range and even symptoms can vary from one patient to the next.

If you are one of the 30 million dry eye sufferers, you could be dealing with a whole list of problems and we are here to help.

At Main Street Optometry, we take an individualized approach to dry eye diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment. So let us know if you need help with dry eyes.

Understanding Dry Eye Syndrome

When there are not enough tears or the tears in your eyes are not good quality, it makes it difficult for your eyes to stay moist and clean.
Normally, with every blink, tears cleanse the eye’s surface by washing away small microorganisms and dust and leave a protective coating of moisture.

There are several symptoms that can be associated with dry eyes, including:

  • red, irritated eyes
  • Constantly feeling like there is grit in the eyes
  • sensitivity to light
  • inability to wear contact lenses
  • changes in vison, such as blurriness or problems focusing

Dry Eye Syndrome Treatment

There is no one-approach treatment for dry eye syndrome because this condition can have so many different underlying causes, such as allergies, health conditions, and even your environment.

When you visit Main Street Optometry for treatment, we will first use specialized testing to measure how much moisture your eyes are producing and ask you a series of questions. This process helps to determine the causation factors so a precise plan of action can be used to treat the problem.

Even though dry eye syndrome is common, it is not a condition that should be neglected. Long-term lack of eye moisture can greatly affect your visual health.

If you have problems with dry eyes, fill out this form or give us a call at (619) 444-1153 to schedule an appointment.

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