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The Eyedeal Path to Comfortable Vision

Dry eye affects millions of people in the United States, making it one of the most common eye conditions in the country.

We utilize state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to accurately assess the underlying causes of your dry eyes. Through a comprehensive evaluation, we will determine the root causes of your symptoms, and together we will develop individualized treatment plans to address those problem.

Choose Eyedeal Eyecare and let us help you enjoy your eye comfort. Request your appointment today.

What Is Dry Eye?

Dry Eye Disease is a multifactorial condition of the ocular surface where the eyes do not produce enough tears or when the tears evaporate too quickly. Insufficient and/or poor quality tears lead to inflammation and possible permanent damage to the ocular surface.

The tear film plays a crucial role in maintaining the health and lubrication of the eyes. It consists of three layers: an outer oily layer, a middle watery layer, and an inner mucous layer. This tear film helps protect the ocular surface, nourish the cornea, and provide clear vision by maintaining a smooth and lubricated environment. In Dry Eye Disease, there is an imbalance of the tear film, resulting in inadequate lubrication and increased evaporation of tears.

Our goal is to support these ingredients and stabilize your tear film. We customize our approach based on your needs, even as they change.

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Common Dry Eye Symptoms

There are 2 types of dry eye: evaporative dry eye, which develops if your tears lack oils, and aqueous tear deficiency, which develops if your eyes lack enough water.

The symptoms you experience may differ depending on what type of dry eye you have, but the most common include:

  • Irritation
  • Burning sensations
  • Redness
  • Wateriness
  • Light sensitivity
  • Difficulty wearing contacts
  • Blurry vision
  • Eye fatigue
  • Stringy mucus
  • Flakes around the eyelash (blepharitis)
  • Inflammation


Prokera is an amniotic membrane that is placed on the eye(s) to promote healing and regeneration of damaged or diseased ocular surfaces. The amniotic membrane contains various beneficial components, such as growth factors, cytokines, and extracellular matrix proteins with regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties.Prokera offers several advantages as a treatment option. It can provide immediate relief and protection to the ocular surface, and its amniotic membrane component contributes to the restoration of healthy tissue.Additionally, Prokera eliminates the need for frequent eye drops and provides a controlled environment for healing.


TearCare is an advanced technology-based treatment for dry eye disease and meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD).By targeting the meibomian glands, TearCare improves the quality and quantity of the oily layer of tears, which can lead to better lubrication and reduced dry eye symptoms. This treatment can help alleviate symptoms of dryness, grittiness, burning, and blurred vision associated with dry eye disease and MGD.

How We Can Help

Dry eye is usually a chronic condition that can develop due to

  • Aging
  • Allergies
  • Poor air quality
  • Eyelid conditions
  • Overall health concerns. 

Severe dry eye could lead to complications like corneal damage, frequent eye infections, and a lower quality of life.

Once we determine what may be causing your symptoms, we can personalize a plan to stabilize your tear film and soothe your eyes.

Autologous Blood Serum Eye Drops

Autologous Blood Serum Eye Drops are made from the patient’s own blood serum. They are typically prescribed for individuals with severe or chronic ocular surface diseases that have not responded well to traditional treatments.

Autologous blood serum contains a variety of beneficial components, including growth factors, vitamins, electrolytes, and enzymes, which can help promote the healing and regeneration of the ocular surface. These components are naturally present in the body and are thought to provide a more biologically compatible and effective treatment compared to artificial eye drops.

Cequa/Xiidra/Other Eye Drops are prescription eye drops that may be prescribed to help increase the eyes’ natural ability to produce tears and to help calm the inflammation by stopping the release of inflammatory proteins.

Cequa/Xiidra are used for aqueous deficiency/ inflammatory dry eye.

Nulids/Zest are designed to clean and exfoliate the eyelid margins to reduce signs and symptoms associated with blepharitis and dry eye. It is clinically proven to improve tear film quality by improve the the health and function of the meibomian glands.


IPL therapy aims to reduce inflammation, improve the function of the meibomian glands, and increase the quality and quantity of the oil layer in tears. By addressing the underlying causes of dry eye associated with MGD and blepharitis (Acne Rosacea, Demodex), IPL can help alleviate symptoms such as dryness, discomfort, redness, and blurry vision.

Multiple IPL sessions are typically required to achieve optimal results. The exact number of treatments may vary depending on the individual’s condition and response to therapy.

Punctal Plugs, also known as lacrimal plugs, are small devices inserted into the tear ducts to help retain tears on the surface of the eye. They are used as a treatment option for individuals with dry eye syndrome or other conditions that result in insufficient tear production or excessive tear drainage.

Punctal plugs work by blocking or partially occluding the tear ducts, thereby reducing the drainage of tears and keeping them on the ocular surface for a longer period.

Scleral lenses are specialized contact lenses that are often used as a treatment option for individuals with dry eye syndrome. Unlike traditional contact lenses that rest on the cornea, scleral lenses vault over the cornea and rest on the white part of the eye called the sclera. They create a fluid-filled chamber between the lens and the cornea, providing several benefits for individuals with dry eyes.

Soothe Your Dry Eye Symptoms Today

Through our compassionate, caring treatments and our drive to educate our patients about their eye health and comfort, Eyedeal Eyecare is ready to provide long-lasting, meaningful strategies to address your dry eye symptoms.

Get the help you need and request an appointment today.

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  • 4940 W University Dr., Ste 70
  • Prosper, TX 75078

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Clinic Hours

  • Monday: 1:00 PM 5:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:30 AM 5:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 10:00 AM 7:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:30 AM 5:30 PM
  • Friday: 8:30 AM 5:30 PM
  • Saturday: By appointment only
  • Sunday: Closed

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