Suffering with Dry Eyes? We Can Help!
Seaview is a certified Dryeye Rescue Provider.
One of the most advanced Dry Eye testing and treatment facilities in South Florida
What is Dryeye Rescue?
Dryeye Rescue Clinics offer specialized testing and treatments to help people suffering with dry eye disease.
Our locations are equipped with advanced dry eye testing technology to accurately determine the root cause of dry eye problems and a team of specialized eye doctors to guide you to the right treatment.
At Dryeye Rescue, we develop personalized and effective treatments plans to help you manage all the uncomfortable symptoms that come along with this disease.
Get relief for all your dry eye symptoms
What makes Dryeye Rescue special?
Real Relief, Real Results
We provide patients with proven and effective treatment options to address the cause of their dry eye problems.
Our Facility is Unique
We have one the most advanced dry eye testing and treatment facilities in South Florida to help patients achieve long lasting relief to their dry eyes.
Testing is Important
Most people suffering with Dry Eyes are usually not properly diagnosed for their condition and in some cases try treatments that are not intended to fix the problem, at times aggravating the problem.
We have helped many patients suffering with Dry Eye Disease find long lasting relief to their eyes and improve quality of life.
Dry Eye Products in Stock
We have a large selection of Dry Eye products in stock, including prescription strengh eye drops. Buy products at our store or shop online.
Specialized Eye Doctors
Our team of specialized eye doctors help ensure an accurate diagnosis of your current dry eye condition, educate on the causes and guide you to the right treatment.
Prevent Other Eye Diseases
More than just dry eye testing, Our eye exam also helps detect early signs of other types of eye disease such as macular degeneration.
Common Types of Dry Eye Disease
Aqueous Deficient Dry Eye
Aqueous Deficient Dry Eye disease happens when the lacrimal gland fails to produce enough tears to coat the surface of the eye.
The tears produced by the lacrimal glands consist of proteins, electrolytes and vitamins that are critical to maintain the health of the eye surface and also to prevent infection.
In most cases, Aqueous Dry Eye happens due to blockages in the Meibomian Glands in the eyelids.
Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD)
Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) is perhaps the most common cause of dry eye. It happens due to blocked Meibomian glands in the eyelids.
These glands are responsible for producing oil that helps protect the surface of the eye while slowing evaporation of the watery part of your eye, keeping your tears stable.
Our MGD treatment is designed to remove blockages in the meibomian glands and restore oil production.
Meibomian Glands Structure
At Dryeye Rescue, we use high definition imaging technology to see the current state of your glands.
There are about 40-50 meibomian glands on the upper eyelids and 20-25 glands on the lower eyelids. When healthy, these glands should produce oil every time we blink, keeping our eye lubricated.
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