Dry Eye Syndrome

What is Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry Eye Treatment Bellevue WA

Dry Eye Syndrome or Dry Eye Disease has transitioned and become one of the most popular health conditions around the world. Over time both men and women will most likely experience some form of dry eye syndrome in the form of tearing and watery eyes to the dry, gritty, red, and itchy feeling many of us get. Being able to control the symptoms of a dry eye through specific procedures and steps offered here at our office by our Dry Eye Specialist, Chris can drastically help improve a person’s quality of life.

Treatments for Dry Eye Syndrome

Some of the treatments we offer here include:

  • Laser treatments
  • Gland debridement
  • Meibomian Gland imaging
  • Step by step plan on managing your dry eye from home.

Candidates for Dry Eye Treatment

Dry Eye Treatment Bellevue WA

The ideal candidate for Chris’ Dry Eye Treatments are patients that are interested in managing and controlling their dry eye symptoms. Patients that exhibit any of these signs would be excellent candidates:

  • Redness
  • Dryness
  • Itchiness
  • Scratchiness
  • Tearing/Watering
  • Foreign Body Sensations in the eyes

Schedule a Consultation

If you suffer from dry eye syndrome and are seeking treatment, contact the office of Kristin J. Tarbet, MD. Call us at 425-455-2131 to schedule a consultation with Chris Greaves.

*Written by: Christopher Greaves, Ophthalmology Specialist

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