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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) New Treatment Available for Dry Eyes

Intense pulsed light therapy is a common dermatology treatment, which can be used to treat issues such as rosacea, sun damage, and acne scarring. As a treatment for dry eye, it is a groundbreaking approach. With IPL technology, light pulses penetrate the tissue and create heat, targeting the abnormal vessels that are the root causeRead More


Ocular Rosacea

Ocular Rosacea

8 Million Americans Have Ocular Rosacea And We Don’t Even Know What It Means! What-is-ocular-rosacea-and-how-to-treat-itRosacea is chronic skin disorder that is so easy to spot, we all know what it is. Typically beginning after the age of 30, Rosacea causes a flaming redness to appear on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead. Sometimes, the ruddinessRead More


Dry Eye Relief

Dry Eye Relief

Learn about Dry Eye and Treatment Options We are committed to healthy vision. As Dry Eye experts we offer specialized attention through our Dry Eye Clinic. We understand your frustration with the limitations of traditional therapies and are committed to bringing you the best technology available to treat this uncomfortable disease – so that youRead More


July Is National Dry Eye Month

July Is National Dry Eye Month

July Is Dry Eye Disease Awareness Month! The Black Hills Regional Eye Institute Now has a dedicated Dry Eye Center. Ask how we can help you today. Dry eye disease is one of the most common ocular problems affecting the general population today. In fact, more than 40 million people in the USA suffer fromRead More


Scleral contact lens technologies offers hope for those with severe cornea and dry eye problems

Scleral contact lens technologies offers hope for those with severe cornea and dry eye problems

Scleral contact lenses have been effectively utilized at the Black Hills Regional Eye Institute since 2010. They offer an alternative to traditional rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses for those with severe corneal disease such as keratoconus or those with severe dry eye. These lenses are much larger than standard RGP’s and vault over theRead More


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