SouthWest Vision Dry Eye Specialist

It’s Time for a Revolutionary Approach to Dry Eye Treatment

At SouthWest Vision in St. George, we are the dry eye specialists and we understand your frustration with the limitations of traditional therapies. We are committed to bringing you the best technology available to treat this uncomfortable disease – so that you can enjoy the greatest possible relief.

If you’ve been suffering with this painful condition – or think you may have it – our dry eye specialist  in St. George will determine the cause of your symptoms and create a treatment plan for your specific needs. We offer many options to help alleviate and treat your dry eye condition. If you suffer from any of these symptoms from time to time you may benefit from a visit to our Dry Eye clinic:

Between 30 to 40 million Americans are estimated to suffer from Dry Eye Disease.

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) is considered a leading cause in Dry Eye Disease, accounting for about 86% of cases.

Specialized treatment options


The First and Only IPL FDA Approved for Dry Eye Management

OptiLight with Lumenis patented Optimal Pulse Technology uses precise, intense broad spectrum light to address inflammation – one of the key underlying factors in dry eye disease due to MGD.

OptiLight sets new treatment standards and was specifically developed to reach the delicate contours of the treated area safely, effectively and gently.


What to Expect:


OptiLight treatment isn’t invasive and is done in the area below the eyes



Specialized treatment options


MGD (Meibomian Gland Disease) is the leading cause of dry eye disease. The TearCare® System is a personalized open-eye in-office procedure designed to target the underlying cause of your dry eye.

TearCare® fits comfortably to the unique shape of your eyelids and applies therapeutic heat to liquefy the stagnant oils in the glands of your eye.

After 15 minutes of therapeutic heat the eye doctor will remove the obstruction and allow new oil to begin flowing.


Lipiflow® is another specialized procedure we offer for the treatment of MGD. After an initial anesthetic eye drop, Meibomian glands are heated and then gently massaged to loosen the oil trapped within the glands. The automated treatment helps clear the gland obstruction and restore function.