When you have LASIK at Shapiro Eye Care you can feel confident that you are getting the most advanced procedure, at the best price and peace-of- mind for the future of your eyes. We offer :
Shapiro Eye Care has one of the most complete contact lens centers in Greensboro. We offer a comprehensive range of contact lenses, including spherical, bifocal, multifocal, toric and tinted lenses. And you can order them in the comfort of your own home. It’s as easy as completing our online contact lens order form. And when you order a year’s supply, you receive discounts and FREE delivery directly to your home.>>LEARN MORE
Are your eyes dry, burning, irritated, watery? Are you having problems wearing contacts? Shapiro Eye Care has a respected Dry Eye Clinic, under the direction of Dr. Arun Subramanian. The purpose of the clinic is to evaluate, diagnosis and treat your dry eye conditions. In Guilford and Rockingham counties, Dr. Subramanian is the only optometrist offering a Dry Eye Clinic. Contact us to schedule a Dry Eye Evaluation.>>LEARN MORE
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Shapiro Eye Care’s Dry Eye Clinic offers a number of different options for treating Dry Eye Syndrome. We address tear quality, production, distribution, drainage and maintenance. Lifestyle and nutrition adjustments, prescription eye drops, lid hygiene and new technologies may be recommended to help you experience significant improvement in symptoms and quality of life.
We will perform an initial evaluation to determine whether you will benefit from dry eye treatment. Depending on your needs, we will then prescribe an appropriate treatment plan to help relieve your symptoms.
If you have itchy or sensitive eyes, you may have Dry Eye Syndrome, a chronic problem in which the outer layer of your eyes does not get proper lubrication because of insufficient or poor-quality tear production.
Dry Eye Syndrome is one of the most common eye-related complaints in the U.S., affecting nearly 21 million people. It can affect men and women at any age, and is common over the age of 40. Postmenopausal women are frequently susceptible, possibly due in part to hormonal changes.
The symptoms of Dry Eye Syndrome may include:
The cause of dry eyes varies. For some people, the cause is an imbalance in the composition of their tears. With others, not enough tears are produced to keep their eyes comfortably lubricated. Eyelid problems, medications and environmental factors—heat, dryness, wind, high altitudes, and smoke—can also lead to dry eyes.
If you think you may have Dry Eye Syndrome, click here to take a Dry Eye Self Evaluation Test. We will be glad to contact you to schedule a dry eye evaluation and answer any questions you may have.