Ouch! You wake up with a tender feeling near your eye and make your way to the bathroom mirror to discover a small red bump vaguely resembling a pimple. A quick search has lead you to believe that it’s most likely a stye or chalazion. What’s the difference and how can you treat this pesky red bump? In this article we’ll review the difference between a stye and a chalazion and learn about the solution recommended in Men’s Health Magazine.
Dry Eye Disease is a chronic and progressive disease, meaning it affects sufferers on a daily basis, and will continue to advance if not sufficiently treated. Below is a detailed look at each of the four stages of Dry Eye Disease, as identified by Sanjay N. Rao, MD, and suggested treatment regimens.
Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) is one of the most common diseases of the meibomian glands found on the eyelid. Unfortunately, its prevalence is only increasing.
Chronic Dry Eye Disease is a condition of the eye in which an insufficient amount of tears are produced, or the quality of the tears produced is poor and they evaporate too quickly. The result? Dry, itchy, burning eyes! Unfortunately, millions of people around the world suffer from chronic dry eye. And, given the nature and definition of a chronic disease, it is an incurable condition. However, with the right products and care, chronic dry eye disease can be easily managed and tolerated.