Conditions We Treat Overview

Rosacea

Rosacea is a fairly common inflammatory skin condition that affects a whopping 415 million people worldwide. One of the most common side effects of rosacea is ocular rosacea, which leads to red, swollen eyes and eyelids. At Watson Dry Eye Center, Susan Watson, MD, and her experienced team offer the most innovative treatments available for ocular rosacea, helping patients in Raleigh, North Carolina, find relief. If you’d like to explore your treatment options, call or use the online booking tool to schedule an appointment.

Dry Eyes

Most everyone experiences dry, itchy eyes from time to time, but chronic problems with dry eyes can have a widespread impact on your life and affect your vision. At Watson Dry Eye Center, the expert team headed up by Susan Watson, MD, offers comprehensive evaluations and treatments for patients in Raleigh, North Carolina, who suffer from this uncomfortable condition. If you’re struggling with dry eyes, call or use the online scheduling tool to book an appointment.

Itchy Eyes

While itchy eyes may seem like a fairly benign condition, chronic problems with itchy eyes have a way of affecting your entire well-being. As specialists in dry, itchy eyes, the team at Watson Dry Eye Center, led by Susan Watson, MD, has the diagnostic and treatment tools necessary to help patients in Raleigh, North Carolina, find relief. If you’re frustrated by itchy eyes, call or request an appointment using the online booking tool.

Blepharitis

If you have eyelids that are inflamed and irritated, you’re likely suffering from a condition called blepharitis. There are a number of causes of blepharitis, which is why you need the help of Watson Dry Eye Center. The practice specializes in diagnosing and treating the myriad problems that cause dry, itchy, and inflamed eyes. Founded by Susan Watson, MD, the team helps patients in Raleigh, North Carolina, gain relief from eyelid dysfunction. To learn more, call or use the online scheduler to request an appointment.

Red Eyes

Red eyes are often the sign of lack of sleep or a late night spent with friends, but if you’re tired of constantly fielding questions about your chronically red eyes, there may be something larger at play. At Watson Dry Eye Center, the team of specialists led by Susan Watson, MD, helps their Raleigh, North Carolina, area patients get to the root cause of their red eyes. To get relief from red eyes, call or fill out the online form to request an appointment.

What We Offer

IPL

IPL has been in use for many years to reduce or eliminate skin discolorations, such as brown spots, age spots, broken blood vessels, and rosacea.

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Rosacea

A fairly common inflammatory skin condition that affects a whopping 415 million people worldwide.

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Dry Eyes

A condition that leaves your eyes perennially dry, itchy, and scratchy, and can even cause blurry vision.

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Itchy Eyes

Chronic itchy eyes are a severe problem for many adults, leading to excessive rubbing, vision strain, and daily distraction.

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LipiFlow

LipiFlow works to remove these blockages to promote healthier balance in your tears and frustration-free contact lens experience.

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Blepharitis

An inflammation of your eyelids. What’s not so simple is the number of problems that can lead to blepharitis.

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Red Eye

It’s not uncommon to wake up with red eyes after a poor night’s sleep or experience angry, irritated eyes when debris gets in them, but chronic red eyes may signal a larger problem

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Skin Tightening

There are two main conditions that affect the function and appearance of your eyelids, both of which cause laxity of your eyelids and an increased risk of dry eye disease.

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