Tears and Dry Eye
Tears, which are produced by the large lacrimal glands are a produced in response to either any type of irritation or to an emotional response. The classic example is when our eyes tear when we peel onions. The fumes from the onion irritate the ocular surface, this stimulates the lacrimal gland to produce tears to wash the hurt out. When we have dry eyes, the ocular surface becomes irritated thus stimulating the formation of tears. That’s why eye can water even when they are dry.
At South Palm Eye Associates, we have the ability to diagnose and treat even the most difficult dry eye patients.
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I had a great experience, staff was friendly, courteous and all was very prompt. A lot of places make you wait no matter what time you’re scheduled for and here they were true to appointment time. Doctor Oppenheimer was really great at explaining everything going on, I saw her back in 2014 and this is what brought me back to South Palm Eye Associates. Thank you for the great experience!