Dry Eye Disease
About Dry Eye Disease
Dry eyes are a common symptom of environmental factors such as heating and air conditioning or overall dryness in the atmosphere. Chronic dry eyes, or dry eye disease, is characterized by symptoms that persist for longer than three months and a continual lack of moisture on the eye. Dry eye disease is often referred to as dry eye syndrome, and the causes can range from gender and aging to prescription medications and medical conditions, including arthritis, diabetes, and conditions relating specifically to the eyelid. Having spent years in the research and development of a proprietary dry eye software, the doctors behind CSI Dry Eye are experts in dry eye symptoms and dry eye disease.
How to Identify Dry Eye Disease
While individuals can experience the sensation of dry eyes without persistent symptoms, simply put, chronic dry eyes and dry eye disease, or dry eye syndrome, are the same thing. Symptoms of dry eye disease can include photophobia, burning, aching, eye fatigue, and more. In some cases, dry eye disease can even cause red-eye. Dry eye disease is one of the most commonly researched and debated medical conditions among eye care professionals and the most frequently experienced by patients. Dry eye patients can find several sites promising all the answers, but CSI Dry Eye is the only software of its kind. Our goal is to develop a consistent, evidence-based approach to diagnosing and treating dry eye disease.
What are the symptoms
of dry eyes?
Overcoming the symptoms and effects of dry eye disease
The software designed by CSI Dry Eye can help patients overcome dry eye disease. Because CSI Dry Eye can objectively analyze dry eye symptoms and determine what causes dry eyes, it can help identify the best treatment options. The purpose of the software is to unify clinicians’ approaches to diagnosing dry eyes, ultimately leading to improved accuracy and treatment outcomes. This means better outcomes for all and ultimate peace of mind for patients. By using CSI Dry Eye, patients can achieve lasting and permanent relief more effectively.
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