As simple as “dry eyes“ may seem, this condition is a common complaint that ranges in severity from subtle but chronic irritation to the inability to keep the eyes comfortably open. Causes of dry eyes may be complicated and multifactorial, ranging from poor contact lens hygiene, menopause, autoimmune disease associated with rheumatologic disorders, and a host of other factors. Over-the-counter remedies can often exacerbate symptoms of a dry eye, but many may offer mild relief. After examination, we will review these factors and thoroughly assess your eyes and lids for ocular surface disease, that may be a causative factor. Most cases of dry eye syndrome are not curable, but many can be successfully managed with prescription medication, lubrication and OmegaMax, a powerful, molecularly distilled Omega3 fish oil taken twice daily.