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Pioneering Eye Care with Innovation

At Théa, dedication and innovation come together to bring you top quality eye care solutions. With our extensive expertise, we are committed to enhancing your vision and eye health. Our advanced products are developed with the needs of patients in mind, ensuring they safeguard their eye capital for the long run.

clarify your eye concerns

Clarify your eye concerns

Ocular concerns extend beyond specific conditions, affecting daily comfort and well-being. Itchy eyes, ocular symptoms of hay fever, dry eyes, watery eyes and way more, are common worries.

Théa focuses on alleviating these concerns, ensuring healthy eyes, every day.

FAQ – Your Eye Health Questions

Our FAQ section is your go-to resource for understanding eye conditions.

Whether you’re curious about the symptoms of dry eye, the management of AMD, or the most suitable treatments for MGD, we’ve compiled expert answers to your most pressing questions.

Dry eye

What are the symptoms of dry eye, and how can they affect daily life?

Symptoms of dry eye can range from mild to severe. Common signs include a gritty sensation, redness, excessive tearing, burning, itching, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light. These symptoms can make daily tasks like reading, driving, or using a computer challenging. Over time, if left untreated, dry eye can lead to complications, including damage to the eye's surface. Recognizing these symptoms early and seeking appropriate treatment is crucial to manage the condition and maintain a good quality of life.
Lid care

What is Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD)?

MGD, also known as Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, refers to a condition where the Meibomian glands located on the inside of the eyelids become clogged. These glands are responsible for producing lipids that lubricate the eye's surface and prevent evaporation. When these glands don't function correctly, it can lead to dry eyes. MGD is a chronic disorder, and its treatment should be regular and prolonged to control and reduce its signs and symptoms.

What are the differences between dry AMD and wet AMD?

Dry AMD, the most common form, involves the thinning of the macula and accumulation of drusen (small, white or yellowish deposits). Wet AMD, less common but more severe, occurs when new, abnormal blood vessels grow under the retina, leaking fluid and blood. Wet AMD can lead to rapid and severe loss of central vision, whereas dry AMD progresses more slowly and may not lead to total blindness but can significantly impair quality of life.

Théa Expertise

Théa stands for family values, with a heritage of over 150 years handed down through five generations.

Our expertise in eye care reaches further than just products; it reflects a profound dedication to finding pioneering solutions that can help enhance vision.

Our team is constantly innovating, drawing on the latest scientific advances and a unique legacy of knowledge.

Our commitment goes beyond treating symptoms as we strive to tackle the underlying causes of eye conditions.

From advanced dry eye therapies to revolutionary packaging solutions such as the ABAK® system, our holistic approach ensures that we remain leaders in eye health, offering reliable and effective solutions.

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