Dry eye disease is a chronic ocular surface condition that is caused by an insufficient amount of quality tears on the eyes. People with dry eye disease often complain about watery, burning, gritty, or sandy eyes. Some may even complain of blurry vision that often improves with blinking. Chronic deficiency in tears can cause the front surface of the eye to become irregular, which may cause fluctuating vision changes. Our doctor’s will offer an individualized treatment plan to ensure symptom releif and proper maintenance of the ocular surface.