Each patient's dry eye journey has unique symptoms, structure, and severity. Dr. Noh will spend time identifying the underlying cause of your disease and procure the appropriate treatment. We have the most advanced technology to ensure proper diagnosis and effective, long-lasting outcomes.
Noh Eyes does NOT provide routine eye care (glasses and contact lens prescriptions), but we have many great eye care providers we are happy to recommend.
Dry Eye Diagnostics
Technology options for evaluating your individual dry eye problems and causes.
Meibomian Gland Imaging
Noninvasive Tear Break-up Time
Imaging of the Meibomian glands is similar to an X-Ray or a CT scan. It gives real-time information on the structure of the glands. This helps identify if the glands are being compromised.
This evaluates the stability of your tear film. A grid or concentric ring pattern is projected onto the cornea and the patient is asked to blink. The rings will appear distorted when the cornea becomes dry.
Special dyes are placed on the eye to view damaged cells on the cornea, conjunctiva, and lid margin. This aids in diagnosis and helps to visualize the current status of your ocular surface.
Dry Eye Treatments
The technology options for effectively treating the causes of Dry Eye Disease.
Intense Pulse Light (IPL)
The Lumenis Optilight brings healing to dry eyes by alleviating abnormal and inflamed blood vessels, which clog eyelid glands. This levels out the concentration of the tear film, and restoring functionality to the Meibomian glands. We treat the cause, not just the symptoms!
Thermal Expression by Radiofrequency
Blockages in the oil secreting glands are heated and expressed to clear the blockages and promote secretion.
ZEST Deep Eye Lash Cleaning
A gentle and effective exfoliation of the eyelids to restore them to their natural state. Cleaning the eyelid margins opens up the meibomian glands. This helps release oils into the eye, which is required for a healthy tear film and reduction of dry eye symptoms.
An amniotic membrane is a biological bandage that heals or replaces damaged eye tissue. It has regenerative, healing, and restorative properties.
Punctal Plugs are made of silicone and gently inserted into the tear system. This helps with drainage and allows more tears to stay on the ocular surface.
Topical therapy includes a variety of eye drops. Some are targeted to help the eye produce more tears, and others are used to calm down inflammation.
We formulate Autologous Serum eyedrops in office!