Excessive Tearing Treatment in Greenwich

Our tear ducts play a major role in the health of our eyes. So even small problems with them may require treatment to keep your eyes and eyelids in good shape. If you have watering eyes, it may be time to look for treatment for excessive tearing in Greenwich. Tearing and draining tears is a crucial part of your eyes' health, and we are here to ensure your eyes stay healthy and beautiful.
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At her practice in Greenwich, Dr. Mahsa Sohrab and her staff provide a personalized experience that focuses on keeping her patients healthy. By working closely with her patients, Dr. Sohrab can deliver individualized results to help you treat any cases of excessive tearing. Call us today to learn more about options for treating watery eyes in Greenwich.

What Is Excessive Tearing?

Excessive tearing, also called epiphora, is a condition where tears overflow from the tear ducts and run down your face. In more mild cases, you may notice your eyes being continually wet, often resulting in blurred vision.
If you constantly have watery eyes, it may be caused by several different conditions, including:
  • Allergies
  • Blockages in the tear ducts
  • Dry eye
  • Eyelid problems
  • Infections
  • Irritants in the air
  • And more

What Are My Treatment Options for Excessive Tearing?

There are a number of treatment options available for excessive tearing, depending on the underlying cause. When you come in for your consultation, we will work to find what is causing your symptoms and work with you to find a treatment to get your eyes back to their normal function.

Blocked Tear Ducts

If your excessive tearing is due to a blockage in the tear ducts, surgery may be needed to clear the blockage. The good news is that this procedure is usually quite simple and fast. Even in cases where a tumor or growth is blocking the canal, an expert eye surgeon like Dr. Sohrab can quickly clear the blockage.


If your excessive tearing is caused by allergies, over-the counter or prescription eye drops may be recommended. These focus on controlling tearing when allergens are present.

Other Causes

If you are suffering from watery eyes from another cause, we will work with you to find a personalized treatment for your situation. These can range from reconstructive surgery after an injury to antibiotics to tackle an infection.
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Should I Get Treatment?

At first, it may seem more like an annoyance than a problem. But healthy tearing is vital to keeping your eyes and eyelids in good health. That is why we recommend patients visit us for treating excessive tearing as soon as they notice the symptoms. If left untreated, you may also start to notice dryness and itchiness around the eyes and other symptoms.
To get started, you can schedule your consultation with Dr. Sohrab and learn about your treatment options. Once she fully understands your situation and needs, she can match you with a treatment that will get your eyes back into good health.
Dr. Sohrab was very understanding, compassionate & knowledgeable. She made me feel comfortable.
– Pat G.

Excessive Tearing Before & Afters

58 year old woman who was bothered by her upper eyelid appearance. She underwent in-office upper eyelid blepharoplasty and internal browpexy. After photos show results at 1 month post-surgery. Results can last 10 years.
55 year old woman who was bothered by her upper eyelid appearance. She underwent upper eyelid blepharoplasty and internal browpexy. After photos show results at 3 months post-surgery.
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She is in all honesty a down to earth Dr. and I’m so glad i went to her to fix my eyelid. I will be going back to continue my journey of not only looking better but feeling better too.


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Excessive Tearing Treatment Recovery and Results

If you have tear duct surgery, there can be a brief recovery period. However, this will vary depending on your surgery. For minor blockages, it will be shorter, while more significant blockages such as tumors may be a little more involved. Dr. Sohrab will provide you with a complete overview of your individual excessive tearing treatment plan ahead of time so you will have every detail needed.

At most, patients may expect about one week of downtime for more involved procedures and only a couple of days for more minor ones. Some swelling and discomfort are normal, but these quickly fade and can be managed with proper care and medication.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

Dr. Sohrab and her team are ready to do our part in keeping your eyes looking and feeling their best. Call us or use our online form to set up your consultation for treating excessive tearing in Greenwich. At your consultation, you can learn more about the treatment options and processes and see what your outcome can be. Contact us today to get started.