Dry eyes / Watering eyes archive

Dry eyes or watering eyes can often be a sign of something more serious in your eyes. There are many different eye conditions that involve these symptoms. We offer many treatments for dry or watering eyes at Clinica London. The treatments range from simple eye drops to surgery. For these purposes, we have our own Dry Eye Clinic and Tears Clinic to ensure you get the best treatment.

To find out which treatment would be best for your condition, it is important that you see an ophthalmologist. Ms Jane Olver is the dry eyes and watering eyes specialist at Clinica London.

Blogs about Dry eyes / Watering eyes

Suffering from Dry eyes

Suffering from dry eyes can be very annoying and affects a lot of people. It makes it very difficult for people to open their eyes in the morning, function well at work, read a book, look at a tablet, look at the television or computer at night. Therefore, there are some useful tips for preventing dry eyes

By | 2017-07-31T17:00:08+00:00 July 17th, 2017|Dry eyes / Watering eyes|Comments Off on Suffering from Dry eyes

Rosacea eye symptoms

Rosacea eye symptoms can consist of red riming of the eyelids, irritation of the eyes, watering and even corneal marginal ulcer, as well as dryness. Patients who have rosacea are often already putting in lubricant eye drops or ointment and may have been on some topical anti-inflammatories to reduce the apparent inflammation around the eyes.

By | 2017-07-07T14:28:50+00:00 July 13th, 2017|Dry eyes / Watering eyes, General Eye Conditions, Medical Dermatology|Comments Off on Rosacea eye symptoms

A sore eye can be more than it seems

Many young people have eyes that do not seem to be cooperating with their lifestyle. In particular, eyes can be watery, red and sensitive. There are many causes for a sore eye. Therefore, the eye has to be investigate correctly from an Opthalmologist.

By | 2017-07-31T16:56:18+00:00 July 12th, 2017|Dry eyes / Watering eyes, General Eye Conditions|Comments Off on A sore eye can be more than it seems

Warm compression for dry eyes – with refreshing menthol

The treatment of dry eyes and Meibomian gland dysfunction includes eyelid heating, massage and cleaning regularly as the standard home care regime. You can use warm or hot compresses, hot flannel (face towel), eye masks and goggles. According to a recent study, the repeated use of a warm compression with refreshing menthol is potentially a novel treatment for dry eye disease.

By | 2017-07-31T16:35:52+00:00 July 5th, 2017|Dry eyes / Watering eyes|Comments Off on Warm compression for dry eyes – with refreshing menthol

Sleep Position and Dry Eyes

A recent scientific paper Cornea 2017 (May; 36 (5): 567-571) did a study to see whether a patient’s sleep position affects their dry eye and meibomian gland dysfunction. I think sleep position can affect us biomechanically depending on how we sleep, whether it affects our shoulders or twists our backs and hips.

By | 2017-06-30T11:21:06+00:00 July 4th, 2017|Dry eyes / Watering eyes|Comments Off on Sleep Position and Dry Eyes

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction – Regaining good Meibomian function

All treatment and lid hygiene for patients who have blepharitis and meibomian gland dysfunction has to be directed at improving the function of the eyelids

By | 2017-06-28T08:48:16+00:00 July 1st, 2017|Dry eyes / Watering eyes|Comments Off on Meibomian Gland Dysfunction – Regaining good Meibomian function

Unilateral Watering Eye

Watering eyes from a narrowed or obstructed tear drainage duct are more common as we get older. The drainage duct progressively narrows with time and tearing is experienced. Tears can blur the vision, make you look as if you are crying, and irritate the skin. Watering eyes also smudge makeup. Glasses are worn easily get smattered with tears. Watering eyes are very annoying for the patient.

By | 2017-06-28T08:43:25+00:00 June 30th, 2017|Dry eyes / Watering eyes|Comments Off on Unilateral Watering Eye