What Is Dry Eye Syndrome? (DES)
Dry eye syndrome (DES) occurs when tear production and drainage are not in balance. People with dry eyes either do not produce enough tears or their tears are of poor quality. The result? Unpleasant symptoms, including itching, burning, redness, watery eyes, excessive tearing—and even eye pain.
Dry eyes can also increase your risk for more serious eye problems like corneal ulcers.
Dr. Daniel Quon can diagnose the cause of your dry eyes and provide long lasting soothing relief.
How to Know If You Have Dry Eye Syndrome
Do any of these symptoms seem familiar?
Other Dry Eye Treatments We Offer
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I am so glad I chose Dr. Quon and his office. Not only were they thoroughly knowledgeable about there services. The staff and doctor as well took the to explain the whole process and my options. Plus the choices in the office of glasses were so many to choose from. I think I have found a eye doctor I will be using for the next few decades.
How Do I Prevent Dry Eye Symptoms?
Suffering from dry eye disease not only diminishes your quality of life but also makes daily activities such as reading, doing sports, or driving, a real struggle. Get to the root of your dry eyes by contacting us for a full diagnosis and a treatment plan that’s right for you. In the meanwhile, here are a few things you can do to help temporarily relieve dry eye symptoms.