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Dry Eye is a progressive disease and without treatment it can worsen over time. LipiFlow can treat your dry eye symptoms with its revolutionary technology,  LipiFlow, that is backed by over 25 years of scientific research. Bring comfort back to your life with LipiFlow.

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What is your level of Dry Eye Discomfort?

Low
High

Low: Your eyes may get tired or watery or you may experience discomfort when viewing a computer screen, reading or being outside. If you wear contacts, they may start to feel uncomfortable at the end of the day. These may be early signs of Dry Eye caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).

Ask your eye doctor about testing for MGD as your symptoms may progress. Early intervention can prevent this condition from interfering with your life.

Low: Your eyes may get tired or watery or you may experience discomfort when viewing a computer screen, reading or being outside. If you wear contacts, they may start to feel uncomfortable at the end of the day. These may be early signs of Dry Eye caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).

Ask your eye doctor about testing for MGD as your symptoms may progress. Early intervention can prevent this condition from interfering with your life.

Low: Your eyes may get tired or watery or you may experience discomfort when viewing a computer screen, reading or being outside. If you wear contacts, they may start to feel uncomfortable at the end of the day. These may be early signs of Dry Eye caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).

Ask your eye doctor about testing for MGD as your symptoms may progress. Early intervention can prevent this condition from interfering with your life.

Moderate: Your eyes may feel dry, itchy, watery or have a burning sensation. If you wear contacts, you may find that your wear time is reduced or limited. These symptoms may be the onset of a cascade of dry eye signs and symptoms that tend to get worse with time.

Make an appointment with your eye care professional and get tested for MGD as this is a chronic and progressive condition that can be effectively treated.

Moderate: Your eyes may feel dry, itchy, watery or have a burning sensation. If you wear contacts, you may find that your wear time is reduced or limited. These symptoms may be the onset of a cascade of dry eye signs and symptoms that tend to get worse with time.

Make an appointment with your eye care professional and get tested for MGD as this is a chronic and progressive condition that can be effectively treated.

Moderate: Your eyes may feel dry, itchy, watery or have a burning sensation. If you wear contacts, you may find that your wear time is reduced or limited. These symptoms may be the onset of a cascade of dry eye signs and symptoms that tend to get worse with time.

Make an appointment with your eye care professional and get tested for MGD as this is a chronic and progressive condition that can be effectively treated.

High: You may experience frequent eye irritation including redness, a feeling that something is in your eyes or blurred vision. Bright lights, wind, and even air conditioning may cause your eyes to water or burn. Your contact lens wear may be significantly reduced. You may have already been diagnosed with Dry Eye and use drops, lid scrubs or warm compresses for temporary relief. Over 86% of those with Dry Eye suffer from evaporative Dry Eye caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).

MGD is a chronic and progressive condition. Without comprehensive treatment, your symptoms will get worse. Contact your eye care professional immediately to be tested for MGD.

High: You may experience frequent eye irritation including redness, a feeling that something is in your eyes or blurred vision. Bright lights, wind, and even air conditioning may cause your eyes to water or burn. Your contact lens wear may be significantly reduced. You may have already been diagnosed with Dry Eye and use drops, lid scrubs or warm compresses for temporary relief. Over 86% of those with Dry Eye suffer from evaporative Dry Eye caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).

MGD is a chronic and progressive condition. Without comprehensive treatment, your symptoms will get worse. Contact your eye care professional immediately to be tested for MGD.

High: You may experience frequent eye irritation including redness, a feeling that something is in your eyes or blurred vision. Bright lights, wind, and even air conditioning may cause your eyes to water or burn. Your contact lens wear may be significantly reduced. You may have already been diagnosed with Dry Eye and use drops, lid scrubs or warm compresses for temporary relief. Over 86% of those with Dry Eye suffer from evaporative Dry Eye caused by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).

MGD is a chronic and progressive condition. Without comprehensive treatment, your symptoms will get worse. Contact your eye care professional immediately to be tested for MGD.

Severe: You may have increased symptoms of Dry Eye that are constant and debilitating to your everyday lifestyle. Your eyes may feel permanently scratched or like there is always something in your eye. Exposure to indoor and outdoor elements likely aggravates already highly irritating symptoms and your ability to read or work in front of a computer may be severely limited.

Contact your eye care professional immediately to be tested for Meibomain Gland Dysfunction (MGD) and find out it if it is the cause of your Evaporative Dry Eye. Start comprehensive treatment for MGD as soon as possible before it is no longer treatable.

Severe: You may have increased symptoms of Dry Eye that are constant and debilitating to your everyday lifestyle. Your eyes may feel permanently scratched or like there is always something in your eye. Exposure to indoor and outdoor elements likely aggravates already highly irritating symptoms and your ability to read or work in front of a computer may be severely limited.

Contact your eye care professional immediately to be tested for Meibomain Gland Dysfunction (MGD) and find out it if it is the cause of your Evaporative Dry Eye. Start comprehensive treatment for MGD as soon as possible before it is no longer treatable.

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