Brentwood, LA Dry Eye Disease iLux Treatment | Optometrist Service Expanded

The recently introduced iLux treatment is an in-office procedure that can be completed in ten minutes. It involves using a light-based heat source to gently warm the outer and inner surfaces of the eyelid, removing any obstructions that may have clogged the meibomian ducts.

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With the new treatment, individuals will notice a significant improvement in their dry eye symptoms within two-four weeks. Patients will experience no downtime and can get back to their daily routine after the session.

Dry eyes happen when the eyes don’t get enough lubrication. The condition can be caused by many factors, like blocked meibomian, which, according to research, accounts for 86% of dry eyes in patients. Other causes may include eye allergies and eyelid problems.

The symptoms may include excessive tearing, soreness or eye pain, foggy vision, burning sensation in the eyes, and grainy feelings in the eyes, among others.

While dry eye disorder is not curable at the moment, the eye doctors at Good Eye Optometry offer a wide range of treatments along with iLux for managing the condition or reversing the factors that are causing dry eyes.

The optometrists may recommend procedures that stimulate the production of quality tears or reduce the rate at which tears drain away from the patient’s eyes. These treatments help improve patients’ eye comfort and prevent permanent damage to the cornea and conjunctiva.

About Good Eye Optometry

Founded in 2005, the private practice eye care center in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles serves patients in a ten-mile radius, including Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Culver City, West Los Angeles, and beyond.

“Dr. Gozini, thank you and your team for the excellent work in diagnosing and treating my dry eye problem. My eyes were itching and were red and inflamed,” a satisfied patient said. “A comprehensive eye exam revealed I had dry eye syndrome due to not producing enough tears. Dr. Gozini discussed my options, and we decided to insert punctal plugs to increase my tear volume. The procedure was quick and painless, and most importantly, my eyes felt much better a few hours later.”

More details are available at

Good Eye Optometry
11718 Barrington Ct.

United States

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