DRY EYE IS A CHALLENGE
FOR DOCTOR AND PATIENT

1

How Do I Effectively Diagnose Dry Eye?

Dry eye is a difficult disease to diagnose, with many factors involved and no definitive single test for diagnosis. Instead, a battery of tests are required to understand the patient’s condition.

2

Aqueous Phase Deficiency, Evaporative Disease, Or A Combination of Both?

Different types of dry eye require different treatments. It is important to identify the type of dry eye as early as possible. Early accurate diagnosis allows expedited effective treatment.

3

How Do I Effectively Explain This
To My Patients?

Patients are invested in their healthcare and an important step of the process is to educate them about Dry Eye, their specific challenges, and the recommended treatment pathway. For best results, patients require a clear explanation of the situation – most easily done using graphic explanations. Being able to show your patient images of their TBUT, Meibography, Tear Meniscus Height, and Fluorescein Staining makes this explanation much easier and understandable.

What Are My Treatment Options?

4

Just as there is not just one test required for diagnosis, often treatment depends on a number of strategies based on the type of dry eye. Having a stratified treatment regimen allows the most effective treatments.

5

How Can I Demonstrate Progress?

Just like demonstrating the presence of Dry Eye is simplified with imaging, improvement in the Dry Eye condition can be demonstrated using graphic imaging. 
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