Get Help Managing Dry Eyes Today!
Eye comfort is one of those things you might never really think about until it’s been affected. One of the leading causes of eye discomfort is dry eye disease. Dry eyes are incredibly common, but depending on your eye health history, medical conditions, or the climate you live in, you might be at a higher risk of experiencing its symptoms.
So, what can we do to help? Salisbury Eyecare & Eyewear is proud to feature a stunning variety of dry eye treatment options, some of which are designed to treat issues like meibomian gland dysfunction and blepharitis.
Dr. Denton has always had a desire to practice medicine in a way that allows her to be personable with her patients and get to know them, which is what led her to optometry. When opening her optometry practice in downtown Salisbury, she vowed to offer the best patient experience and the best products for her patients, which led her to bringing advanced treatment therapies to her practice. Dr. Denton has treated dry eye syndrome for 12 years, but quickly grew tired of only being able to offer medicated drops and artificial tears as a band aid solution. As a result, Salisbury Eyecare and Eyewear now offers many different treatment modalities for its dry eye patients, including options from each of Dr. Denton’s “3 buckets” (at-home therapies, insurance-eligible in-office treatments, and advanced treatments). Having so many different options for treatment available and a kind, caring team who really listens to their patients all at one office allows Salisbury Eyecare to make sure patients are truly heard and provide them with solutions that make a noticeable improvement in their daily life. Dr. Denton refers to this method of treating patients as Interventional Dry Eye and is working with other specialists in her field to pave the way for better, more complete care for her patients and dry eye sufferers across the country.
Dr. Denton has brought some of the most advanced dry eye solutions to Salisbury and is known internationally for her work managing complex dry eye cases. So if you’re ready to see what the patient journey may look like for you, we suggest following the links below to our patient process page, our treatments page, or book your appointment today!
The Dry Eye Exam Process
Our Dry Eye Treatments