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Most people will experience dry eye syndrome at some point during their lifetime, even if they don’t realize it. If they don’t, it is often because their condition resolves itself fairly quickly and without the need for professional intervention. However, for a percentage of sufferers, the symptoms that they experience will come and go for months or even years. At this point, it becomes known as chronic dry eye and professional treatment is nearly always necessary to provide relief from the condition.


Contact lenses are a very popular choice amongst patients who wear contact lenses. They offer greater versatility, enabling patients to see clearly without wearing frames that affect the appearance of their face, and helping the wearer to participate in activities that are impossible or ill-advised when wearing glasses.


Dry eye syndrome is a very common condition that will affect most people at some point during their lifetime. It is characterized by dry, scratchy and uncomfortable eyes that feel stiff and hard to move. Blurred vision is also very common, along with sensitivity to light. Many instances will resolve themselves fairly quickly. However, for a percentage of sufferers, the issue will become chronic and they will want to seek treatment to help alleviate their symptoms and make it easier for them to see clearly and use their eyes more comfortably day to day. Fortunately, there are a variety of different treatment options available that can help, with one of the most popular and successful being LipiFlow.


I was recently a guest at The South Bay Show: Manhattan Beach Chamber 360. It's all about eye health. We’ll also discuss MILLENIAL EYE SYNDROME. Yes, it’s a thing and we’re going to learn all about it.


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