Dry Eye Disease Treatment in Chicago, IL

Dry Eye Disease Treatment

Norwood Park Eye Center in Chicago, IL, specializes in treating Dry Eye Disease, a condition increasingly prevalent in our digital age where screen usage is ubiquitous. Dry Eye Disease can manifest as redness, burning, irritation, and blurred vision. These symptoms can significantly impact your daily life and comfort. If you are experiencing symptoms of dry eyes, it’s time to schedule an appointment. At Norwood Park Eye Center, our comprehensive approach to diagnosis and treatment, coupled with our dedication to patient education and personalized care, ensures that you receive the most effective solutions for your eye health needs.

What's Included in Dry Eye Disease Treatment

A thorough examination to determine the cause and extent of your dry eye condition.

Based on your specific needs, we develop customized treatment strategies, including medications, eye drops, or lifestyle modifications.

Educating patients on proper blinking techniques, especially important for heavy screen users, to improve tear film stability.

Guidance on maintaining eyelid cleanliness to minimize the risk of inflammation and infection, which can exacerbate dry eye symptoms.

If necessary, tiny devices are inserted in the tear ducts to slow tear drainage, keeping your eyes more lubricated.

Advice on diet and supplements that can support tear production and overall eye health.


Dry Eye Disease can be caused by several factors, including age, medications, environmental conditions, and prolonged use of digital screens.

While often uncomfortable, dry eyes are typically not serious. However, without appropriate treatment, it can lead to more severe symptoms and complications.

While there’s no outright cure, there are many effective treatments to manage symptoms and improve eye comfort.

The effectiveness and time frame can vary depending on the individual and the treatment method. Some patients notice improvement within a few weeks.

Home strategies like using a humidifier, taking screen breaks, and staying hydrated can help, but professional assessment and treatment are often necessary for long-term relief.

While a referral is not typically required, checking with your insurance provider regarding coverage is advisable.



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