We are proud to offer some the latest in dry eye technology. Please read below about some of the newest treatments for DED


PROKERA® is a therapeutic device used by eye doctors around the world to protect, repair and heal damaged eye surfaces. a biological corneal bandage used to promote healing on the surface of the eye.


The first and only rapid, in-office CLIA-waived test that detects elevated levels of MMP-9, an inflammatory marker that is consistently elevated in the tears of patients with dry-eye disease.


A new procedure that allows targeted treatment of evaporative dry eye. The iLux treatment applies light-based heat to the eyelid, melting the trapped oils within the glands


We are proud to offer the first and only IPL FDA-approved treatment for dry eye disease, OptiLight.

To prepare for your dry eye evaluation, we suggest you come with clean, freshly washed face and eyelids. Sunscreen is always advised daily, and lids and lashes must be makeup free. You will be instructed to fill out the OSDI dry eye survey form and to wash your face with our TruVision Beauty Facial Tea Tree Oil Cleanser upon arrival. Upon initial check in and paperwork, your tear film will be analyzed for inflammatory markers and stained to see the extent of damage to the front ocular surface of the eyes and lids. Meibography images of the lids will be taken to go over DED related Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) as well. Dr. Kim will then evaluate all results and tear film components to put together a customized treatment plan. Some treatment plans will require multiple follow ups, normally 2-4 weeks apart.

If you have any questions about dry eye or would like to be seen, please contact us today at (253) 356-0029.

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