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At Elevated Eye Care in McDonough, we conduct comprehensive dry eye exams to identify the root cause of your dry eye. That way, we can recommend personalized dry eye treatments that offer lasting relief.

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McDonough Dry Eye Treatments

We use state-of-the-art optical technologies to perform quick and effective tests for dry eye syndrome.

Our dry eye treatments include medicated eye drops, anti-inflammatory drops, and several in-office treatments that help the eyes heal from within. Sometimes we also recommend lifestyle changes and at-home remedies such as warm compresses to alleviate dry eye symptoms.

Dr. Santrell Hart-Moreland and the eye care staff are eager to help you find a solution for your dry eye.

Check out our practice’s dry eye treatments below.

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    This is a non-invasive dry eye treatment that uses bursts of light to stimulate blood flow, reduce inflammation, and unblock clogged meibomian glands (a common cause of dry eye).
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    Did you know there's a single treatment that rejuvenates your skin, smooths out wrinkles, raises droopy eyelids & simultaneously ends dry eye symptoms? TempSure is a all-in-one solution that our patients are raving about.
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    Contact Dr. Santrell Hart-Moreland & Dr. Ayana Robateau to get the relief you’ve been searching for with the proven LipiFlow system.
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    This quick and painless procedure is used to clean and exfoliate the edges of the eyelid margins to treat blepharitis, a common eye condition caused by inflammation of the eyelids that can also trigger dry eye.
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    Low-level light therapy (LLLT) is a non-invasive treatment that uses light energy to improve the function of the meibomian glands and treat dry eye, blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids), and cysts.