Dry eyes syndrome occurs when a person has insufficient tears. It occurs in people who are unable to produce tears properly or when the tears produced are of the wrong consistency and evaporate too quickly.
Permanent loss of vision is very uncommon; however, if the condition is left untreated it can lead to:
Dry eye symptoms may include any of the following:
After consulting with your ophthalmologist you treatment will be issued based on your individual symptoms and circumstances.