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Home » What's New » Q&A on Dry Eye Syndrom with Dr. Ketha #2

Q&A on Dry Eye Syndrom with Dr. Ketha #2

Q: When should a person come in to see their optometrist for Dry Eye symptoms and when is it enough to take care of this problem yourself?

All dry eye symptoms should be examined by an optometrist. Dry eye is multifactorial (ie it can be induced by allergies, systemic conditions, medications, hormonal etc) so it’s best to discuss with the od what the possible causes are and to determine appropriate therapy. Also not all dry eye drops are made equal so your optometrist can prescribe drops that are best suited for your dry eye condition.

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