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EYEcenter: eye care in the Sacramento Valley since 1960
At EYEcenter, our doctors guide patients through a complete, personalized process designed to help them see clearly, track the health of their eyes, and make sure they’re happy with the way they look. Most importantly, we work to ensure they feel like more than just a number.
Since 1960, EYEcenter Optometric has served the greater Sacramento area. Our top-notch optometrists & office staff are proud to offer the Citrus Heights, Rocklin, Folsom, Gold River, and now Midtown communities quality eye care with a servant’s heart.
EYEcenter utilizes advanced technology and state-of-the-art optometry equipment in comprehensive eye exams that will pinpoint your prescription, diagnose the health of your eyes, and measure your eyes for a precise fitting. We are proud to specialize in myopia control, vision therapy, and dry eye programs. Our qualified and caring optometrists and staff will also help you choose from our diverse variety of quality frames and contact lenses.
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Our Patients Say it Best
Dry eye syndrome (DES) is a chronic condition that develops when your eyes do not produce and maintain enough tears to keep the eye’s surface lubricated resulting in multiple symptoms that range from person to person. This can be due to a reduction in tear production or increased tear evaporation from a lack of lipid in the tears that stem from oil glands in the eyelids. The effects can range from minor dryness and discomfort to pain, blurred vision and frequent infections.
Dry eyes can occur naturally as a result of aging or hormonal changes, typically in women who are pregnant, taking oral contraceptives or going through menopause. In fact, women over 50 have a 50% greater risk of dry eye disease than men do of the same age. It can also result from taking certain medications that reduce tear production such as antihistamines, blood pressure medications and antidepressants.
There are many treatment options for dry eyes which are highly dependent upon the cause and severity of the condition. If over-the-counter drops don’t alleviate your symptoms, your doctor might prescribe prescription drops that actually stimulate tear production or steroids for short-term relief. Dry eye disease won't have a permanent effect on your vision, but there is no reason to endure dry, itchy and uncomfortable eyes, especially since there are so many treatment options to increase moisture and comfort.