Dry eye/Watery eye
Dry eye syndrome, or dry eye disease, is a common condition that occurs when the eyes do not make enough tears or the tears evaporate too quickly. This leads to the eyes drying out and becoming inflamed (red and swollen) and irritated.
Dry eye syndrome is also known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca, or simply 'dry eyes'.
To learn more about Dry eye you can download our leaflet here
A watering eye (epiphora) is when tears flow out of the eye and roll down the cheek. It usually happens if your tears don't drain away properly or too many tears are produced.
These problems can occur as a result of conditions such as Conjunctivitis (eye inflammation), problems with your eyelids, an eye injury, a blocked tear duct or something irritating your eye, such as car fumes.
To learn more about Watery eye you can download our leaflet here