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SLT (Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty) for Glaucoma

Laser surgery has become increasingly popular as an alternative method of treating pressure.

 

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IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) For Dry Eyes

New revolutionary device for the treatment of dry eyes due to Blepharitis/Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), the E-Eye IPL machine.

 

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Our Dedicated Dry Eye Clinic

The Cork Eye Clinic are now providing a dedicated Dry Eye Clinic for all patients with dry eye disease. We are using the most advanced equipment and expertise to diagnose, manage and treat a variety of ocular surface conditions.

We Understand That Having Dry Eyes Can Seriously Impact Your Quality Of Life And Are Here To Help

We have pioneered the use of the latest and most modern treatments available – we are the first ophthalmologist clinic in Ireland to provide Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) for the treatment of dry eyes.

Dry Eye is a common condition that occurs when the eyes don’t make enough tears, or the tears dry too quickly.  Often it is a natural symptom of aging but there are also other contributing factors such as if you; wear contact lenses; use a PC regularly; are taking certain medications; going through hormonal changes; spending time in hot or windy climates.

Dry Eye has a wide variety of symptoms and people often don’t realise their eyes are dry.

Dry Eyes

These symptoms can include:

  • Painful, sore, gritty or burning eyes
  • Foreign Body sensation
  • Eye redness
  • Blurred vision
  • Eyes feeling tired or fatigued
  • Watery eyes
  • Intolerance of contact lenses
  • Sensitivity to light

During your assessment we will perform a full ocular examination, diagnose the type of dry eye you have and determine what treatment you require.

Treatment options include

 IPLbLEPHEX

 

The treatment you will require is determined by the type and severity of dry eye that you have.

We may also ask you to perfom some treatments at home and we may prescribe you medications such as anti-inflammatory drops or steroids or, in some cases, a course of oral antibiotics.

 

At the end of the assessment you will be provided with a treatment plan that is tailor made for you.

 

If you require any more information or would like to book an appointment please do not hesitate to contact us on 021-4341030 or bgolchin@bonsecours.ie

 

 

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Meet the Surgeon

Mr. Behrooz Golchin
MB, Bch, BAO, FRCOpth


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I first want to say a very sincere thanks for looking after me, and giving me wonderful clear sight again. I can almost see into Mars and other planets! I hope all your patients are as happy as me.

Marian Hogan (Oct 2017)

 
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