Tear Film Biochemistry and Disease Related Changes

Tears are important to the overall health of our eyes and our vision. Each time we blink, a protective coating of tears is spread like a film over the front of our eye. If we don’t blink often enough, dry spots can develop on the surface of the eye and can cause our vision to decrease.

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  • Protects and lubricates the eyes
  • Reduces the risk of eye infection
  • Washes away foreign particles
  • Keeps the surface of the eyes smooth and clear

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