Eyedrops are a common treatment used for dry eyes, pinkeye, allergies, infections, and after surgery. Check with your child's pediatrician before administering eyedrops in children. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how eyedrops are used, safety information, and much more.
Eyedrops: An Ocean of Uses
Learn about the many uses for eyedrops and what's on the horizon.
How to Insert Eye Drops
WebMD gives you information about the proper way to insert eye drops.
Eye Problems: Using Eyedrops and Eye Ointment
Many eye problems are treated with eyedrops or eye ointments,and sometimes with both. Even though drops and ointments are widely used,many people don't know the best way to put them in. But with a little preparation,you can comfortably and easily put drops or ointment in your eyes or someone else's. Eyedrops and eye ointments can deliver medicine directly to your eyes,keep your eyes moist,...
How to Instill Your Eyedrops Treatment
If you have glaucoma, you most likely use at least one kind of eyedrops. WebMD explains the best way to use eyedrops.