Persistent dryness, scratchiness, red eyes, and a burning sensation are common symptoms of dry eye syndrome. It is caused by a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. However, if your dry eye symptoms are daily and painful you may have severe dry eye. At this point, there may be damage to the ocular surface and must be rejuvenated.
The office of James Deavers, OD, PA is pleased to offer our patients a new treatment for severe dry eye that heals the surface of your eye and returns it to a normal, healthy state with 29483 contact lenses for dry eyes.
PROKERA, for example, is similar to a contact lens and is made of amniotic tissue, which is known for its natural therapeutic actions and heals your eye faster with less pain, scarring, and inflammation. The amniotic tissue used in our 29384 contact lenses for dry eyes is provided by a tissue bank regulated by the FDA and has passed numerous quality control tests making it safe and effective. Clinical studies have shown PROKERA reduces the sign and symptoms of dry eye, and helps soothe pain, heal the eye, and improve vision. PROKERA is a simple procedure and is easily inserted and removed in our office. Once removed your cornea is rejuvenated so you can see and feel better. In a recent patient survey, 93% of patients with dry eye said they felt better after treatment with PROKERA.
So if you have dry, red, itchy eyes and traditional methods such as eye drops and articifcal tears have been unsuccessful in treating your dry eye syndrome, then 29483 contact lenses for dry eyes from Dr. Deavers may be the solution you’ve been looking for. If you would like to learn more specifically about the types of contact lenses we offer, we recommend that you visit our practice’s main website to browse through some additional, detailed information that you might find useful. At the office of James Deavers, OD, PA, we invite you to come receive the quality attention that you deserve.