In my previous post, “How to Choose a Dry Eye Specialist,” I discussed the three keys to look for: expertise, experience, and excellence. Those three Es are central in choosing a doctor to treat any ailment. So, how do I stack up on that list?
If you’ve been following the Dry Eye Series on my blog, you’re aware of the wide range of causes and treatments to alleviate dry eye symptoms and provide long term care.
There are many, many options for treating dry eyes, most of which are either new or just haven’t been thought of in a long time. With this in mind, I’ve developed a list of five categories of treatment and tried to give you a broad insight into what’s available.
Research has shown a surge in dry eye cases tied to spring allergies. You can read about the findings at Science Daily’s Rise in Spring Allergen’s Linked to Increased Dry Eye Cases.