Dry eye, allergies and blepharitis are the most common reasons to visit the eye doctor. Here’s why and how it can be so confusing to find a solution for you.
Meibomian Gland Dysfunction is a common cause of dry eye. Here’s how to diagnose MGD and treatment options.
Considering LASIK? Here’s what you need to know about LASIK and dry eye.
Have dry eye? Have cataracts? You may have both. Unrecognized dry eye can avoid the disappointments after cataract surgery. Here’s our approach to cataract surgery and dry eye.
Have dry eye? You probably know several people who have this very common problem. This month is Dry Eye Awareness month. Did you know tearing is a common symptom of dry eye?
Worried that your dry eye can prevent you from having LASIK or another vision correction procedure? Fear not. Most of our patients with dry eye can be excellent candidates for LASIK, here’s why.
What’s a comprehensive ophthalmologist? Shilpa Rose, M.D. is our comprehensive ophthalmologist and dry eye specialist. Read what she does!
Our DC office has moved to the Barlow Buildling in Chevy Chase. This is what we are doing at of the most advanced medical centers for your vision!
Do you have dry eye due to meibomian gland dysfunction? We are one of the few eye centers in the region offering LipiScan and LipiFlow. Read how this may improve your dry eye!
Do you know the most common cause of dry eye? Dry eye can occur when your natural tears evaporate too fast due to meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD).