Excellent Dry Eye Therapy in Cambridge


Get Help Driving Away Your Dry Eye Symptoms

Almost all of us need our eyes for practically everything we do. From computers to construction sites, dry eyes can affect our ability to perform our jobs, whatever they may be. Even our hobbies can be affected by dry eyes. But this doesn’t mean there is no help available.

We can help you keep your eyes feeling great and also give you the knowledge you need to manage any possible future issues.

Book an appointment with us, and we can help with the rest!

What is Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry eyes, also known as dry eye syndrome, is a term that describes and encompasses a variety of different symptoms. Dry eye syndrome can affect how well your eyes produce tears or even the quality of the components used to make up your tears.

Three different layers make up the tear film: a mucin layer, an aqueous layer, and a lipid layer. The cause of your dry eyes depends on which layer or layers are affected. When there is an imbalance in any or all of these layers, you can expect to experience:

  • Overly watery, teary eyes
  • Stringy mucus in your eyes
  • Redness, itchiness, and irritation
  • Difficulty wearing contacts
  • Eye fatigue
  • Light sensitivity
  • Blurred vision

Dry Eye Risk Factors

No two dry eye cases are ever the same, and your optometrist will work with you to find the cause and right strategy to help manage your symptoms. However, there is an abundance of different risk factors that could play a part in the development of dry eyes. They could include:

How Can We Help?

Meibography is an imaging study used to detect symptoms of MGD. Though it can’t help directly treat the problem, it can give your optometrist insight into the structure of your meibomian glands, and how well they are working. With this information, your optometrist can help create a suitable management plan.

Osmolarity is a diagnostic test of your tears to help determine the cause of the imbalance in your tears and the severity of your dry eye syndrome. The information found can help your optometrist come up with a management plan to restore your tears’ balance.

Meibomian gland expression is a therapeutic technique used by your optometrist to help clear blockages in your meibomian glands, usually caused by MGD. The treatment applies therapeutic heat and pressure on the meibomian glands.

Book Your Appointment

Are you ready to get your eyes back to feeling comfortable and seeing clearly? Please book an appointment with us today and have our fantastic eye care team find the right solution for your dry eyes!

Our Reviews

Where to Find Us

You can easily find our office at the Canamera Medical Centre, located South of Zehrs at Cambridge Centre. We have free parking, with convenient handicap parking right in front of our office. Visit us today!

Our Address

350 Conestoga Blvd
Cambridge, ON N1R 7L7, Unit C3

Contact Information

Phone: (519) 624-2020
[email protected]


9 AM6 PM
8 AM8 PM
8 AM8 PM
8 AM8 PM
9 AM5 PM
Select Saturday Only

Our Services

instagram facebook facebook2 pinterest twitter google-plus google linkedin2 yelp youtube phone location calendar share2 link star-full star-half star star-half chevron-right chevron-left chevron-down chevron-up envelope fax