DryEyeWI Fixes The Problem
Dry eye is a common medical condition. It is chronic. It gets worse over time. And it is painful. DryEyeWI fixes the problem.
DRYEYEWI IS YOUR Southeast Wisconsin Dry Eye Specialist.
People who suffer from Dry Eyes are dealing with a chronic condition that worsens over time. Wherever you are in the journey, we have solutions that can help. We have the expertise, specialized training and specialized equipment to design solutions that take you from disease to Wellness.
“I Always Feel Welcome”
“Efficient, friendly, professional, and a great line of frames. I always feel welcome there.”
– Chris B.
Setting expectations of the process
Comprehensive Dry Eye Evaluation
Your journey begins with a comprehensive dry eye evaluation to determine what is causing YOUR dry eye. We will look at your medical and eye health history, medications you are on, related chronic health issues, and specific details regarding the timing and intensity of the symptoms you are experiencing.
ADVANCED DRY EYE TESTING
As part of your comprehensive dry eye evaluation, we will use state of the art technology and tests to determine the root cause(s) of your dry eye discomfort and pain. This includes Lipiscan® Meibography, Expression of Meibum, Vital Dyes Analysis, Blink Assessment and more.
HOME THERAPY AND/OR PHARMACEUTICAL INTERVENTION
For most patients, developing a simple, consistent eye hygiene routine can be an important part to returning the eye to a wellness state. For other patients, prescribing oral medications and/or eye drops like Restasis®, Xiidra®, antibiotics, etc., can target the underlying inflammatory and/or infections component of ocular surface disease.
ADVANCED INTERVENTIONAL THERAPIES
When results are needed quickly, or simple strategies are not enough, we have all of the latest state of the art technology to address and often correct the underlying root causes of dry eye and ocular surface disease. This includes BlephEx®, Lipiflow®, Intense Pulse Light Therapy (IPL), Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT), Prokera® membranes, Autologous Serum eye drops and therapeutic scleral contact lenses.