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Dry eye conditions

 Our New services - Specialists' clinic on Tuesday afternoons

Dry eye consultations and treatments on every Tuesday afternoon!

 

Do you suffer from any of the following chronic eye conditions?

 Dry eye

 Dry eye syndrome

 Dry eye disease

 

 What is a dry eye?

 Dry eye is a chronic (long- term) condition. Dry eye disease can have a significant impact on your quality of life, affecting daily activities such as driving or reading..

  The surface of your eye is covered by a thin layer of liquid known as the treat film (tears). Your tears have several important functions: they lubricate your eye, keeping them clean and free of dust, they protect your eyes against infection and they aid your sight by helping to stabilise your vision.

 Why do you get dry eyes?

 Your tears are produced and controlled by a number of systems and if any part of these systems break down, it can result in a reduced quality or quantity of tears.

  1. There are other factors which can lead to dry eye, or exacerbate the dry eye symptoms are:
  • Being in a hot, air conditioned environment
  • Some long-term conditions or diseases, ie Sjogrens syndrome
  • Side effects of some medications, such as HRT, preservatives in eye drops or antihistamines
  • Hormonal changes
  • Age- the risk of dry eye syndrome increases significantly for people over the age of 65, a population which is expected to double by 2030.

 What are the symptoms of dry eyes?

 When you have dry eyes, it is usual to notice some of the following:

  • Your eyes feel irritated and dry
  • You may experience blurred vision
  • You may feel that there is something in your eyes
  • Your eyes may start to water or run (this may seem strange as you have “DRY eye”, but watery eyes are actually a common symptom of dry eyes.

Dry eye is often associated with Blepharitis. Eyelid hygiene will help to relieve this condition. 

What would happen without treatment?

It is important to treat this condition. Without treatment your pain and discomfort will not disappear, and your quality of life will not improve; it may also result in complications such as scarring of your cornea *(the transparent layer at the front of your eye), which cn lead to more serious complications.

It is important to continue the treatment becaue if you do stop the symptoms will return and possibly worsen.

Seek help at Derby Skin Laser & Cosmetic Clinic, offer a range of treatment options.

 

*You will be seen by an eye specialist in the clinic, on Tuesday afternoons.

 

Call the clinic now, to book your appointment on 01332 297397.

 

 

 

 

 

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Important Client Information From Dr. S R Chawdhary

Please note, Recently another clinic on the same road as Derby Skin Laser & Cosmetic Clinic, who use the same name as mine, Rani which is mentioned on their web site, just as "RANI". Please do not be confused by this. I am Dr. Satya Rani (MBBS).

I do not work at any other clinic. I have my own long established Derby Skin Laser & Cosmetic Clinic for 14 years. Remember we are at 2 Vernon street, Ground Floor Suite Derby, DE1 1FR Therefore do not get confused!

Satya

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Derby Skin Laser & Cosmetic Clinic
1-2 Vernon street, Ground Floor Suite 
Derby, DE1 1FR

Phone: 01332 297397