Canyon View Family Eye Care

Dr. Karl Czirr

  • 4309 W 27th Place Ste. B102, Kennewick, WA 99338
  • | 509-737-2010

Dry Eye

A very common condition many people suffer from is dry eye. The eye is very dependent upon keeping moist to ensure vision remains clear. In dry climates, this is a very delicate balance and most people are probably suffering from dry eyes and donÕt even know it is a treatable condition. Review the checklist below to determine if any of these symptoms affect your life and ask us for an appointment to analyze your level of dry eye.

Dry Eye Checklist:

If you experience any of the symptoms below, you may be suffering from Dry Eye Syndrome. Left untreated, your symptoms will most likely intensify, making your daily life unpleasant, or worse, deteriorate your visual acuity. Ask us about treatments for this condition, including a comfortable, convenient, in-office procedure called punctual occlusion.

  • Red eyes
  • Constant tearing
  • Burning Pain or soreness in or around eyes
  • Itching Tired eyes
  • Foreign body sensation
  • Contact lens discomfort
  • Sandy or gritty feeling
  • Decreased contact lens tolerance
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Watery eyes
  • Dry throat or mouth
  • Occasional tearing
  • Arthritis/joint pain