Dry Eye Therapy in the Annapolis Valley

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Putting Your Ocular Health First

Dry eye syndrome is when your eyes do not produce enough tears to keep your eyes lubricated, or the tears they do produce are of poor quality. Symptoms of dry eye can be due to aging, hormones, medications, or environmental conditions.

 

Symptoms of Dry Eye

Common signs and symptoms of dry eye include gritty, dry feeling eyes that may itch or sting. It may cause significant discomfort or the lingering feeling of something in your eye. Your eyes may produce fewer tears or they may feel watery as they are overcompensating in response. Your vision may also become blurry or hazy.

Dry Eye Treatments

We employ many different treatments at our dry eye clinic. During a comprehensive exam, we will thoroughly assess your eyes so we can provide the best treatment plan for your unique situation.

BlephEx is a painless, in-office treatment that spins a soft, medical-grade sponge along the edge of your eyelids and lashes. It cleans away bacteria, stimulating healthy tear production and leaving you with cleaner, healthier eyelids.

The procedure is quick and relatively painless, with most patients reporting only a tickling sensation during the treatment.

The meibomian glands play a large part in producing high-quality tears to keep the eyes lubricated, so meibography allows us to examine your glands. Meibography is an imaging technology that will enable us to determine whether or not your meibomian glands are producing adequate meibum for your eyes.

If your tear film is dysfunctional, it may lead you to develop dry eye symptoms. A healthy tear film lubricates your eyes, leaving a smooth surface on the cornea. Performing a tear film analysis allows us to see the characteristics of your tear film and if they are contributing to your dry eyes.

If you are interested in our dry eye clinic or have any questions, please do not hesitate to book an appointment to see how we can help.

The Zocular Eyelid System Treatment (ZEST) is a gentle in-office treatment to help provide relief of dry eye. The treatment involves gentle okra-based wipes and cleansers to wipe away bacteria and cater to the intrinsic needs of your eyes.

Osmolarity refers to the quality of your tears or, more specifically, a measure of solid particles in a solution. We will use a tear film analysis to test the osmolarity of your tears.

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Servicing the Annapolis Valley For Over 65 Years

You can find us on the corner of Bridge Street and Victoria Drive.

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Address

545 Victoria Drive
Kingston, Nova Scotia B0P 1R0

Contact Information

Phone: 902-765-3420
[email protected]

Hours of Operation

Monday
8:30 AM5 PM
Tuesday
8:30 AM8 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM5 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM8 PM
Friday
8:30 AM5 PM
Saturday
CLOSED
Sunday
CLOSED

Our Services

Our Brands

We are a locally-owned, independent practice that truly cares about finding you a product that helps you see and feel better. We source from an extensive list of suppliers to ensure you have a variety of quality products to choose from.

We offer designer and functional eyewear for every budget, prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, common and specialty contact lenses, dry eye therapy products, and protective safety eyewear. We also have an on-site lab, allowing us to shorten the turnaround time for most eyeglasses.

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