Dry Eyes & Allergies

These eye conditions irritate and inflame the eye. Dry eye, red-eye, and allergies can make eyes blurry, itchy, uncomfortable, or appear red.

Before Dry Eye & Allergy Treatment

Eyes are dry, itchy, red or irritated. These issues leave individuals uncomfortable on a day-to-day basis and severeness of symptoms vary for each individual.

After Dry Eye & Allergy Treatment

These eye issues cannot be completely cured but treatment will help reduce your discomfort and protect your eyes.

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What is dry eye syndrome?

Dry eye syndrome is a condition in which your eyes do not produce enough tears or the tears do not have the normal chemical makeup. Another name for dry eye syndrome is keratoconjunctivitis sicca.

What is conjunctivitis?

Conjunctivitis is inflammation of the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva is the clear membrane that lines the eyelids and covers the white of the eye. Conjunctivitis is sometimes called pink eye.

What is allergic conjunctivitis?

Allergic conjunctivitis is an allergic reaction on the surface of the eyes. It is a very common condition that occurs when your eyes come in contact with allergy-causing substances (allergens). Pollen, cat dander, and smoke are examples of allergens.

What is a subconjunctival hemorrhage?

Subconjunctival hemorrhage is red lines or spots on the part of the eye that is usually white. The redness is usually harmless and painless. You may not know your eyes are red until someone tells you or you look in a mirror.

What is giant papillary conjunctivitis?

Giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC) is eye irritation that can develop when you wear contact lenses.