How do I stop pink eye? Pink eye or white eye, which do you have? You may be looking in the mirror and wonder why your eyes look so pink all the time or other people ask you why your eyes look pink. Read on to discover what is pink eye and what you can do to reduce it. The normal colour of the white of the eyes should be white with a hint of […]
Blepharitis Treatment in West London. Blepharitis is a very common condition in which the eyelids become inflamed. The symptoms of blepharitis can be very similar to those of dry eye disease which can be extremely uncomfortable. Your eyelids and eyelashes may be slightly crusty or look quite similar to dandruff. There are two main causes of blepharitis the first one is caused by the bacterial colonies that proliferate in the presence of dead skin cells […]
Watery Eyes Tear over-secretion is usually caused by irritation or inflammation of the surface of the eye. This can occur for a number of reasons, including eyelash and eyelid problems or allergies. Oddly, a dry eye problem can sometimes cause watery eyes, because the eye produces excess tears to combat the irritation and dryness.
The tear film clinic covers all tear film abnormalities from dry eyes to watery eyes. We take referrals from local GPs in the areas of Northolt, Greenford, Ealing, Hillingdon, Harrow and further afield. Tear film abnormalities can cause a number of problems from dry eyes (keratoconjunctivitis sicca) to watery eyes (epiphora). The causes are multifactorial. The following are some factors that can cause or contribute towards dry eyes: Medication Smoking Hormones Dietary deficiency Dry/ dusty […]