Rosacea is a condition that affects many people. While it’s more common in fair-skinned women of any age, anyone can actually develop it. It’s generally characterized by a reddened face, and sometimes causes small red bumps, and can be often mistaken for acne, an allergic reaction, or
It’s quite common for those who have had cataract surgery to notice tearing, foreign body sensation, mild soreness, “scratchy eye”, or a “tired eye” for a period of time after surgery. Although not entirely understood there are a few likely suspects including…
Dry eye syndrome is something that can often be objectively diagnosed at the slit lamp (aka biomicroscope) in the eye doctor’s office. Following is a description of how an ophthalmologist would typically diagnose dry eye syndrome.
One of the most common eye diseases I see is dry eye syndrome. The most common symptom of dry eyes: tearing. The most common response I get when I tell someone with tearing that they have dry eye syndrome: “My eyes can’t be dry. They water all the time.”