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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Evaluating and treating Dry Eye Disease is key for premium lens patients

Dry eye disease (DED) is one of the most common disorders I see in my practice, and it can significantly affect cataract surgery outcomes. DED not only leaves patients feeling uncomfortable but also hinders surgeons’ ability to get accurate preoperative measurements and negatively affects postoperative quality of vision. Aggressively optimizing the ocular surface, both pre- […]

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Seasonal Dry Eyes

With the heat of summer in our rear view window, the cool of winter is rapidly approaching.  With the cooler weather comes increased problems for people with dry eyes. Dry eyes can be caused by a variety of factors.  The two main causes to dry eyes are when the body doesn’t create enough tears, or […]

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