Tearing and Watery Eye Treatment in Chicago

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What Causes Tearing and Watery Eyes?

There are several potential causes of tearing and watery eyes, such as allergies, infections, or even the onset of dry eye syndrome. In some cases, a blocked tear duct may be responsible for this condition. Dr. Wiliams and her team have extensive experience in treating these conditions. We use the latest methods to understand the cause and provide appropriate treatment plans.

Tearing and Watery Eye Treatment Overview

Our tearing and watery eye treatment in Chicago is tailored to the individual needs of each patient. We focus on treating the underlying cause so that our patients can achieve relief from their symptoms. If your excessive tearing is caused by a blocked tearduct, then our procedure may be the solution. It is typically a straightforward outpatient procedure that can be performed in the office. Dr. Williams carefully removes the source of the blockage, allowing the eye to resume draining tears and moisture at the normal rate.

If you are experiencing tearing or watery eyes, we encourage you to contact us today to schedule an appointment. We will work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that is tailored to your needs and lifestyle. With our combination of experience, expertise, and cutting-edge technology, you can trust that you will see lasting, positive results.

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Benefits of Treating Watery Eyes

Treating watery eyes can help alleviate many of the symptoms associated with this condition. While having watery eyes might seem like only a cosmetic concern at first, the condition can actually begin to present symptoms and cause additional problems. But treatment can alleviate all of these problems, providing benefits that include:

  • Reduced eye discomfort, burning, and itching
  • Better vision due to improved tear drainage
  • Relief from tear overflow, which can cause staining or crusting on eyelids and lashes
  • Improvement in overall eye and eyelid health

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Should I Have Tearing and Watery Eye Treatment?

If you’re experiencing watery and/or tearing eyes, it’s important to talk to an experienced eye doctor as soon as possible. While it can be tempting to put off treatment, we recommend seeking a solution sooner rather than later. Prolonging the experience only means more discomfort and interference with your overall quality of life. With the right treatment plan, you can find relief from your symptoms in no time. To learn more about our tearing and watery eye treatment options in Chicago, contact Chicago Oculofacial Consultants today.

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After the Treatment: Recovery

After the procedure is complete, you may experience some redness and swelling around your eyes. This should go away after a few days of rest. You should also begin to feel relief from your symptoms almost immediately; however, it can take a few weeks for the full results to become apparent. Depending on the procedure you had, you may need to take a few days off from work to focus on recovery. Dr. Williams will provide you with a comprehensive outline beforehand of what to expect and how to manage your post-procedure aftercare to achieve the best results possible.

After the Treatment: Results

Once the treatment has taken effect, you should begin to experience the benefits of improved tear drainage and better eye health. You can typically count of these results being long-lasting, allowing you to enjoy clear vision with no more uncomfortable symptoms. However, it will still be important to care for your eyes and avoid any risk factors that could cause the condition to return. We can provide you with expert advice on how to keep your eyes in optimal health following your procedure.

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