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The doctors at the Dry Eye Center of Maryland have been focusing on providing superior and personal patient eye care since 1975. As dry eye specialists, we have successfully treated thousands of dry eye patients, including many who were previously told that nothing more could be done.

Sound familiar?
Dryness of the eye • Sandy or gritty feeling • Lid infections • Burning • Contact lens discomfort • Contact lens solution sensitivity • Redness
Light Sensitivity • Eye pain or soreness • Watery eyes • Constant or occasional tearing • Mucous discharge • Frequent use of lubricating eye drops • Itching • Sties • Tired Eyes

Treating Dry Eye for Over 4 Decades:
If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, you may be suffering from DRY EYE, an acute but treatable condition. We can help.

Other Related Conditions Can Include: Sinus Congestion • Nasal Congestion • Runny Nose • Post-Nasal Drip • Chronic Cough • Bronchitis • Allergies or Hay Fever • Frequent Colds • Middle Ear Congestion • Dry Throat or Mouth • Headaches • Asthma

Dry eye can be caused by various factors, including conditions such as Demodex infestation, Rosacea, and Ocular Rosacea, Blepharitis, and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction. These conditions can disrupt the normal functioning of the tear film and lead to dryness, irritation, and discomfort. We identify and address the underlying cause as it’s crucial in effectively managing dry eye symptoms.   When it comes to treating dry eye, there are various options available. These can include practices such as lid hygiene, which involves keeping the eyelids clean and free from debris. Treatments like BlephEx, a specialized procedure that removes excess bacteria and debris from the eyelids, may also be recommended. In addition, Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy has shown promising results in addressing dry eye. IPL uses pulses of light to target and treat the underlying causes of dry eye, such as inflammation and clogged oil glands. Other treatments may include the use of prescription eye drops, warm compresses, lubricating eye drops or gels, and the insertion of punctal plugs to conserve tears. The specific treatment approach will depend on the underlying cause and severity of your dry eye symptoms. Consulting with an eye care professional can help determine the most suitable treatment plan for you and provide relief from your dry eye symptoms.