Dry Eyes Relief & Treatment Information

Dry Eye Syndrome:


One of the most common problems treated by eye physicians. Over ten million Americans suffer from dry eyes.

Overview of Dry Eye Syndrome: Dry Eye Syndrome is usually caused by a problem with the quality of the tear film that lubricates the eyes.

Signs & Symptoms: Increased discomfort after periods of reading, watching TV, or working on a computer.

Detection & Diagnosis There are several methods to test for dry eye syndrome. The doctor will first determine the underlying cause by measuring the production, evaporation rate and quality of the tear film.

Treatment: When it comes to treating dry eye syndrome, everyone’s needs are a little different.  Many find relief simply from using artificial tears on a regular basis.  There are several medical options available on the market.  This website was designed to help anyone who may be suffering from dry eye syndrome to obtain useful information about this common eye problem. We hope you find the information contained within useful. For one-to-one questions, please consult Dr. Stephen Slade MD.

This on-line information is provided for educational and communication purposes only and it should not be construed as personal medical advice on dry eye syndrome. Information published on this website is not intended to replace, supplant, or augment a consultation with an eye care professional regarding the viewer/user's own medical care related to dry eye. Dry-Eye-Syndrome.net disclaims any liability for injury or other damages that could result from use of the information obtained from this site.