Dry Eye

Dry-Eye Treatments Continue to Evolve

Every year, clinicians’ understanding of dry-eye disease changes as more findings and treatments surface in eye care.

How the Experts Diagnose Dry Eye

Grading the severity of dry eye by assessing signs and symptoms helps ophthalmologists treat and follow dry-eye patients.

Highlights from the TFOS Lifestyle Reports

A selection of key takeaways from the largest global dry-eye panel to date.

A Look at the Dry-Eye Treatment Pipeline

Companies and physicians are attacking ocular surface disease from all angles, from tear production to inflammation and meibomian gland dysfunction.

Dry Eye: Artificial Intelligence Update

A round-up of the latest AI research in dry eye, from tear-film analysis to meibography and early clinical tools.

Diagnosing Stubborn Ocular Surface Problems

When first-line therapies are unsuccessful, it may be time to look around or beyond the tear film.

Not a Dry Eye in the House: Latest Treatments

Clinicians share how they approach this complex ocular surface condition and the treatments they use.

Diagnosing Dry Eye: Pearls for Success

There are numerous testing options available to help pinpoint the cause of signs and symptoms in patients with ocular surface disease.

How to Manage the Complex Dry-Eye Patient

The first step is to determine whether the correct diagnosis has been made.

A Glance at the Dry-Eye Pipeline

The number of therapies being developed to treat this common ailment continues to grow.