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

How long do I have to be off work after my tear duct surgery?

If you have had a tear duct surgery called DCR (Dacryocystorhinostomy), I recommend that you should be off work for a minimum 48 hours. The majority, if they are working well for six weeks, will work well indefinitely.

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What Happens After DCR Surgery?

The oculoplastic surgeon will direct the patient on how often the drops have to go in, how often nasal sprays have to be used and also give an information sheet on how to use the NeilMed nasal douche.The douche will clear out some of the packing and any blood clots from inside the nose after the surgery, and also makes the nose feel very fresh and clean.

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Will there be a complete cure for sticky eye with syringing and probing under a short anaesthesia?

We treat symptoms of sticky eye in infants and children on a daily basis.

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