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Eye Surface’s Disorders.
Dry Eye Syndrome.

The natural tear film has a very important protective and lubricating function, and contributes to a clear vision.

Disorders of the eye surface are due to alterations of the amount or the optimal quality of the tear.

  • Age
  • Hormonal changes
  • Drugs and medication
  • Working in offices and computer
  • Prolonged Reading
  • Eye Interventions
  • Dry Environments (wind, air conditioning)
  • Smoking
  • Imbalanced diet

Because they are usually chronic, affecting a large proportion of the adult population and causing important symptoms, such as:

  • Irritation, dryness, burning sensation, foreign body sensation
  • Eye pain
  • Difficulty in opening eyes
  • Blurred or fluctuating vision when watching TV, reading or working with the computer.
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Red Eye
  • Glare
  • Intolerance of contact lenses or cosmetic products around the eye
  • Sudden watering of the eyes
  • Using eye drops and gels
  • Using nutritional supplements based on vitamins and Omega type fatty acids
  • With anti-inflammatory drops or tablets
  • Optimizing existing environmental conditions
  • Avoiding smoking
  • By inserting tiny plugs in the lacrimal drainage ducts, so that the natural moisture fluid of the eye is regulated
  • Treating eventual pre-existing eye disorders