Dry Eye Center of New Jersey
The Dry Eye Center of New Jersey is proud to offer comprehensive diagnosis and treatment options for this common condition. Our newly expanded office features advanced technology that allows us to properly determine the cause of your symptoms and recommend the most effective treatment option. The TearLab® system and InflammaDry® are especially effective diagnostic tools. Once we have confirmed you suffer from dry eye, we offer treatment options that range from simple lifestyle modifications to the MiBo Thermflo® system.
Dry eye syndrome can cause a variety of uncomfortable symptoms, including redness, eye fatigue, and sensitivity to light. Sufferers often have difficulty wearing contact lenses. Quality of life is often compromised as everyday activities, such as reading or using a computer for a prolonged period, become difficult. Patients may have trouble tolerating dry environments, such as the inside of an airplane or an air-conditioned space. In order to help patients find relief, we provide comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of dry eye syndrome using the latest innovations.
Dry eye syndrome can be the result of inadequate tear production, increased evaporation of tears, or an imbalance in the makeup of your tears. Women are at a higher risk of developing dry eye, often during pregnancy or menopause. Health conditions, certain medications, and vitamin deficiencies can also cause dry eye. During a consultation, we will exaimine your medical history and your lifestyle to determine the cause of your condition.
Laser Vision Correction Center of New Jersey uses several diagnostic tools to determine the severity of dry eye syndrome. We use the TearLab® system, which analyzes the composition of a small tear sample. Keratography involves analyzing the meibomian glands, which are located at the rim of the eyelids and are responsible for producing the oil that prevents tear evaporation. InflammaDry® can analyze tears for the presence of inflammatory substances, which can contribute to dry eye syndrome.
Treatment often involves addressing underlying medical issues that contribute to dry eye. Artificial tears can help with everyday maintenance, and dietary changes can also improve the composition of your tears. Your doctor may recommend a prescription anti-inflammatory medication as a first line of treatment. If conservative treatments are not enough, we offer treatments such as the MiBo Thermoflo® system, which uses heat and electrical energy to improve the function of the glands lining the eyelids.
Our practice uses a variety of technologies to help patients with dry eye syndrome. Our diagnostic tools, including keratography, TearLab®, and InflammaDry®, help reveal the underlying causes of dry eye syndrome. This information guides us in creating a custom treatment plan that may involve the MiBo Thermoflo system, which uses heat energy to treat dry eye. We take all the time necessary to analyze your symptoms and uncover the reasons you may be experiencing dry eye. We can then create a custom treatment plan to help you find relief.