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What Causes Dry Eye?

Dry eye syndrome is an extremely common condition experienced by millions across the globe. Also referred to as ocular surface disease, dry eye is often chronic and can have a significantly debilitating effect on your daily life. The symptoms of dry eye disease affect patients in different ways; however, some of the most common include: Burning or stinging sensation in the eyes The feeling that there is something in your […]

Dr. Manning Recounts His Own LipiFlow® Experience

Having suffered from the irritating symptoms of dry eye, our very own ophthalmologist Dr. Michael Manning decided to undergo the LipiFlow® treatment. The revolutionary procedure sends pulses of energy to the meibomian glands that can become blocked over time, helping restore their function. As a result, people suffering from dry eye can experience relief from the bothersome condition. Being a major advocate for LipiFlow®, our ophthalmologist recently sat down in […]

Tampa Bay Cataract Surgeon Introduces New LipiFlow System for Dry Eye Syndrome

Tampa, FL — Dry eye syndrome is a common ailment affecting individuals everywhere. Many people suffer from dry eyes without recognizing the symptoms and often continue to experience irritation and discomfort without taking action. Tampa Bay cataract surgeon Dr. Michael H. Manning and Gulfcoast Eye Care have recently introduced an advanced technology called LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation Therapy into their practice. Designed to alleviate the negative effects of dry eyes, Dr. […]

Gulfcoast Eye Care First In Florida To Offer LipiView and LipiFlow

Gulfcoast Eye Care is now the first ophthalmology practice in Florida offering the breakthrough diagnostic and treatment technology called LipiView and LipiFlow. This revolutionary technology created by TearScience enables us to more accurately diagnose specific dry eye causes. The LipiFlow thermal pulsation device is the first FDA approved device that can dramatically reduce dry eye symptoms with a painless, 12-minute, in-office procedure.

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What Causes Dry Eye?

Dry eye syndrome is an extremely common condition experienced by millions across the globe. Also referred to as ocular surface disease, dry eye is often chronic and can have a significantly debilitating effect on your daily life. The symptoms of dry eye disease affect patients in different ways; however, some of the most common include: Burning or stinging sensation in the eyes The feeling that there is something in your […]

Dr. Manning Recounts His Own LipiFlow® Experience

Having suffered from the irritating symptoms of dry eye, our very own ophthalmologist Dr. Michael Manning decided to undergo the LipiFlow® treatment. The revolutionary procedure sends pulses of energy to the meibomian glands that can become blocked over time, helping restore their function. As a result, people suffering from dry eye can experience relief from the bothersome condition. Being a major advocate for LipiFlow®, our ophthalmologist recently sat down in […]

Tampa Bay Cataract Surgeon Introduces New LipiFlow System for Dry Eye Syndrome

Tampa, FL — Dry eye syndrome is a common ailment affecting individuals everywhere. Many people suffer from dry eyes without recognizing the symptoms and often continue to experience irritation and discomfort without taking action. Tampa Bay cataract surgeon Dr. Michael H. Manning and Gulfcoast Eye Care have recently introduced an advanced technology called LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation Therapy into their practice. Designed to alleviate the negative effects of dry eyes, Dr. […]

Gulfcoast Eye Care First In Florida To Offer LipiView and LipiFlow

Gulfcoast Eye Care is now the first ophthalmology practice in Florida offering the breakthrough diagnostic and treatment technology called LipiView and LipiFlow. This revolutionary technology created by TearScience enables us to more accurately diagnose specific dry eye causes. The LipiFlow thermal pulsation device is the first FDA approved device that can dramatically reduce dry eye symptoms with a painless, 12-minute, in-office procedure.