What ‘mite’ be causing your itchy watery eyes?
What Is Blepharitis?
How Can Your Eye Doctor Treat Dry Eye & Blepharitis?
Learn About the NEW TREATMENT – BlephEx®
Over 50% of all patients suffer from some type of dry eye and blepharitis symptoms. BlephEx® is a new, in-office procedure that allows your doctor to take an active role in treating dry eye and blepharitis. BlephEx® removes excess bacteria, biofilm and bacterial toxins, the main causes of inflammatory dry eye and lid disease. With regular treatments, patients finally enjoy a life free from the chronic and irritating symptoms associated with dry eye and blepharitis.
Did You Know BlephEx® Can Treat 5 Symptom Types?
- Eye rubbing, itching or scratchy eyes
- Foreign body sensation
- Tearing or Crusting
- Redness and Inflammation
- Dry eyes
What Are the 5 Primary Benefits of BlephEx®?
- Blepharitis is the #1 cause of dry eyes – and BlephEx® cures it!
- BlephEx® removes the main causes of inflammatory dry eye and lid disease.
- Patients report that their eyes feel fresh and clean after BlephEx® treatment.
- BlephEx® eliminates the need for harsh eye scrubbing.
- Regular BlephEx® treatments will free you from chronic and irritating symptoms.
What Are 5 Highlights of BlephEx®?
BlephEx® VS Other Treatments for Dry Eye:
- It is a simple, painless, in-office procedure performed right here at our office.
- The BlephEx® treatment is well tolerated and only takes a few minutes to perform.
- BlephEx® can save hundreds of dollars in the costs of drops and artificial tears.
- Many patients feel a difference before they leave the doctors practice.
- Your eyes are going to feel better than they have felt in years!
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Ask Dr. Haiman- your local area eye doctor about Dry Eye and Blepharitis
Is it true that Dry Eye symptoms seem to be more severe in the winter than warmer spring and summer months?
Generally this is true. During the winter months the air is dryer which make symptoms worse. Our tear film has 2 major components, oil and water. When the air is dry it causes more evaporation of water drying out the eyes surface.
Blepharitis, a very common form of dry eyes is caused by the production of thicker oils. When you have thicker oils they do not express into the tear film causing evaporation of the water portion of your tears. I find this more common during the Spring and Summer months. Thicker oils lead to increase bacteria on the lids surface.
Bacteria growing in the thick oils leads to burning, itchy, scratchy eyes. Many patients confuse this with ocular allergies but more in depth questioning leads to itchy eyelids vs. itchy eyes.