Dry Eye Therapy in Greater Houston

Your Home for Comprehensive Dry Eye Relief

Are you struggling with a stinging, irritating sensation in your eyes? You might have dry eye disease.

But don’t worry! With the help of modern technologies and our personalized approach to eye care, we can provide you with tailored treatments so you can get back to enjoying your vision. As a Dry Eye Center of Excellence, we’re proud to offer numerous therapies.

See how we’re evolving the world of dry eye therapy, and book an appointment today!

What Is Dry Eye?

Dry eye disease, or ocular surface disease, is a common eye condition affecting millions of Americans across all age groups. It develops when you don’t produce enough quality tears to keep your eyes hydrated and comfortable, leading to several irritating symptoms.

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LLLT: Technology-Driven Care for Dry Eye

Low-level light therapy (LLLT) provides a comfortable and noninvasive treatment to target the source of dry eye disease. It reduces inflammation and enhances cellular healing. LLLT treatment only takes 15 minutes, and there is little to no downtime!

Using gentle light patterns, LLLT technology warms your eyelids to help loosen blockages in your meibomian glands, promoting the healthy flow of oils to your tear film and stabilizing your eye comfort.

Some patients can even experience noticeable improvement in their eye comfort after a single appointment!

Are You Experiencing Dry Eye?

It is possible not to know if you’re developing dry eye. However, getting help is important even if you’re only experiencing minor symptoms. If left untreated, dry eye could cause long-term issues and increase your risk of experiencing corneal damage or frequent eye infections.

Annual eye exams are essential to detecting dry eye and getting the help you need. If you notice any of these symptoms, please book an appointment today.


  • Wateriness

  • Blurry vision

  • Burning or stinging in the eyes

  • Light sensitivity

  • Redness

  • Eye fatigue (digital eye strain)

  • Uncomfortable contact lenses


  • Age (over 56)

  • Gender (women)

  • Certain medical conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, and thyroid problems

  • Medications, including including antihistamines, decongestants, blood pressure medications, and antidepressants

  • Environmental factors like smoky, windy or dry climates

  • Extended periods of screen time

Experience Personalized Care

We’re proud to offer a variety of dry eye treatments that we can tailor to meet your unique needs. If you’re struggling with dry eye, please book an appointment with us today. We’re always ready to help!

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