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New Hope For Patients With Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome

What is Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome?

Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome, or DLS, is a common, age-related condition in which the eye’s lens progressively loses its natural flexibility. Most patients begin to notice these changes around age 40, as they find themselves holding newspapers and books further away, eventually needing reading glasses to bring small print back into focus.

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Relief Is In Sight For Dry Eye Sufferers

Dry eye has long been considered a condition to be treated with artificial tears, medicated eye drops and/or tear duct plugs. Ophthalmologists and corneal specialists, however, recognize it as a chronic and complicated medical condition with a multitude of causes and treatments. Left untreated, dry eye can result in irreversible damage to the eye. The symptoms of dry eye often overlap those of other conditions, making diagnosis and treatment difficult.

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