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DRY EYE TREATMENT AT Issaquah Eyeworks


During a dry eye examination at our eye care center in Issaquah, we will recommend dry eye treatments tailored to treat your symptoms and provide lasting relief. We are dedicated to ensuring that you enjoy clear and comfortable vision so that you can live your best life. Whether you have chronic dry eye or a recent dry eye issue, we have the right treatment plan for you.

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Issaquah Dry Eye Treatments

 

Issaquah Eyeworks has some of the most cutting-edge and advanced technologies to quickly and effectively test for dry eye syndrome.

Among our treatments for dry eye syndrome, the most typical treatments start with medicated eye drops, anti-inflammatory drops, or a heated compress. Occasionally, tiny devices called punctal plugs are inserted into the eye’s tear duct to prevent moisture from draining out of the eye. These plugs increase the moisture level for long-term relief.

Let Dr. Les Lung, Dr. Teri Yoshimura, Dr. Rachael Barker, Dr. Catherine Tsang and the talented, experienced staff help get you started on the path to real long-term relief from dry eye.

Check out our practice’s dry eye treatments below.


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    Are your eyes chronically red or itchy? It could be dry eye syndrome. If over-the-counter eye drops aren’t giving you the relief you need, punctal plugs may be the answer.
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    If you suffer from dry eye syndrome and have yet to find the best solution for you,  Autologous Serum Eye Drops may be the answer. Below, learn more about what they are and how they can relieve your eyes from dryness.
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    We know that for those with dry eye syndrome, finding relief is a priority. Here’s why a visit with a dry eye optometrist will provide longer-lasting relief than searching through the aisles of your neighborhood drug store
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    Hot compress eye masks provide relief to those suffering from dry eye disease and can also be used to treat blepharitis and meibomian gland dysfunction.
  • Mild to moderate dry eye symptoms can be relieved at home with the use of warm eye compresses. They are easy to make and can also be purchased at drugstores.
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    LipiFlow is an effective doctor-led procedure for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), a major cause of Dry Eye Syndrome. The device applies warmth and gentle pressure to the meibomian glands, liquefying the oil blockage.
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    BlephEx is a technological device that provides powerful and effective treatment for blepharitis Read on to learn how this treatment method can provide you with the relief you need.  
  • TrueTear for Dry Eye Treatment Thumbnail.jpg
    TrueTear is a new technological device that provides immense relief to those with severe dry eye conditions by prompting tear ducts to emit the much-needed tears for excellent eye health.
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    Gritty eyes are characterized by an uncomfortable sensation of having sand in your eyes. They are typically caused by certain eye conditions, such as Dry Eye Syndrome, Sjogren’s syndrome, Blepharitis, and sunburned eyes.
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    Aging increases your chance of developing dry eye syndrome (DES), for several reasons. These include reduced tear production, certain medical conditions, and taking specific medications. Although DES is unpleasant and the symptoms may be irritating, this condition is treatable.
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    LASIK and other refractive surgeries can often lead to uncomfortable symptoms of dry eye syndrome — here’s why.
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    Meibography is a screening tool that detects the severity of MGD, thus enabling your eye doctor to recommend the best treatment possible.