If you suffer from dry eyes, it can be very uncomfortable. The standard treatment for dry eye has been artificial tears (eye drops used to supplement the tears). Due to modern advancements, there is now another treatment available for dry eye syndrome. Heated eye pads are now being used to relieve the symptoms in a safe, quick simple way. If you have dry eye, we recommend that you explore heated eye pads with your Charleston optometrist
Not every Charleston optometrist offers heated eye pad treatment. Therefore, you need to see a professional optometrist who utilizes advanced techniques, technology and equipment like ours at 3D Optometry. Our quality, modern-day optometry office is pleased to offer our patients advanced heated eye pad treatment which provides relief from dry eye symptoms in a simple, quick, and safe fashion. The treatment involves a patent-pending mask that is designed to fit comfortably over your face to retain a consistent temperature. Our heated pad is designed so it does not lose its warmth and it won’t get to warm either. The heat is delivered exactly where you need it. Our state-of-the-art product has been cleared by the FDA. At 3D Optometry, we offer a full array of quality services aside from our unique dry eye treatments. Our other services include: comprehensive eye exams, contact lens exams and fittings, glaucoma evaluation and screening, macular degeneration exam and screening, diabetic retinopathy, as well as special testing. We also have a fantastic optical department where you’ll find a great selection of wonderful designer eyewear. Our office is in a convenient location and making an appointment is a simple as a click of a mouse on our website or a phone call to our office. We would like to welcome you to our quality practice and look forward to serving you and your family for many years to come.
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By 3D Optometry and Eyepifany Eyewear
May 14, 2018