Your dry eye problems may be new, or you may have had them for years. It might be all the time or only under certain conditions. The soreness and frustration may be affecting your quality of life. The good news is that we can almost certainly help. 

Perhaps you’ve tried prescription or off-the-shelf eye drops before and they haven’t worked. Or you may not realise that your symptoms are caused by dryness. That’s why our special training in dry-eye conditions is so essential. 

We can find out what the problem is. For example, you may not be producing enough tears, or maybe your tears aren’t of the right quality. Once we understand the cause, we can work with you to come up with a treatment plan.


Dry eyes can feel worse if

  • you’re over 50 
  • you’re in a heated, air-conditioned or dusty environment
  • you wear contact lenses
  • you spend a lot of time looking at screens, reading or driving, for example
  • you have certain medical conditions or take certain medications
  • you smoke or drink alcohol
  • you have an allergy or eye infection.

Your symptoms might include

  • tiredness, grittiness, soreness, burning, stinging, itching, and/or redness
  • light sensitivity
  • changes in your vision
  • contact lens discomfort
  • excessively watery eyes.

Ask today about an assessment

Don’t hesitate to talk to us about your symptoms. We’ll do our very best to help, which includes follow-ups after your treatment to see how you’re getting on and adjusting your plan if necessary.

Please note that dry eye assessments and treatments are not normally available on the NHS. 

Initial assessment: £67 
Follow-ups: £27 
6-month assessment: £67

Optional treatments: 
Blephex: £75 per treatment
Punctal plug fitting: £80 per plug

Book your appointment now at the following practices:

01252 613 733

01483 575 650

01833 772 808