If you’ve ever experienced dry eyes, you know how irritating the symptoms can be.
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No one should have to deal with dry eyes when wearing their contact lenses every day or even just once in a while.
There are several treatments for dry eye disease. Perhaps the easiest way to treat dry eye disease is with eye drops.
It’s common knowledge that a few too many bevy’s can leave you with a nasty hangover in the morning – but did you know it can also contribute to dry eyes?
The optometrists at Dr. Bishop & Associates are members of the Dry Eye Institute of Canada.
Although it might seem simple from the name, dry eyes can actually be pretty complicated. The tears that sooth and lubricate your eyes aren’t just water.
Dry eye is often seen in older adults as part of the natural aging process but it can be present in people of all ages.
Do you often feel a burning or itching sensation in your eyes, sometimes accompanied by blurred vision, soreness, or heavy eyelids? These symptoms are usually a sign of dry eye syndrome, and don't worry, you are definitely not alone in experiencing them.