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Do Cataracts Cause Dry Eyes?

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Dry eye and cataracts are distinct eye conditions, but people can often have them at the same time, especially if they are older. Individuals who develop cataracts—a clouding of the normally transparent lens of the eye—may experience dry eyes, where the eyes do not maintain adequate lubrication. Cataract surgery can also worsen dry eye symptoms.  […]

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Do Blue Light Glasses Help With Dry Eyes?

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As technology continues to play a major role in our daily lives, we often find ourselves glued to our screens for extended periods. Whether for work or entertainment, we simply can’t escape the blue light radiating from our computers, smartphones, and televisions.  Unfortunately, this exposure to blue light can cause dry eye syndrome, a common […]

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IPL Dry Eye Treatment Side Effects

A professional-looking man rubbing his right eye with his left thumb.

Dry eye syndrome can occur when your eyes fail to produce enough tears or produce poor-quality tears, leaving them feeling dry, irritated, and uncomfortable. Living with dry eyes can be challenging, but there’s hope: intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment is an effective and safe option for treating dry eyes caused by meibomian gland dysfunction. IPL […]

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