Eye Care Professional Exam

Take the Dry Eye Quiz

Should You Get Screened for Chronic Dry Eye Disease?

Take this quiz to help determine if you may have a type of Chronic Dry Eye disease. After taking the quiz, share your results with an eye doctor and ask to get screened.


  1. I use artificial tears (also known as over-the-counter lubricant eye drops) often.
    True False

    Approximately how often?
    Less than daily
    1 to 2 times per day
    3 or more times per day


  2. I usually carry artificial tears with me wherever I go.
    True False

  3. I have been using artificial tears for a long time.
    True False

    Approximately how long?
    Less than 1 year
    1 to 2 years
    More than 2 years


  4. I have tried multiple types of over-the-counter artificial tears.
    True False

    What types? (Check all that apply.)
    Lubricant eye drops (over-the-counter artificial tear)
    Lubricant eye gel (artificial tear in the form of a gel)
    Lubricant eye ointment (artificial tear in the form of an ointment)
    Contact lens rewetting eye drops

  5. My dry eyes are getting worse.
    True False

  6. Dry eyes affect my daily activities.
    True False

    Approximately how often?
    Less than daily
    Parts of the day
    All day



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Approved Use
RESTASIS® and RESTASIS
MultiDose®
Ophthalmic Emulsion
help increase your eyes’ natural
ability to produce tears, which may
be reduced by inflammation due to
Chronic Dry Eye. RESTASIS® and
RESTASIS MultiDose® did not
increase tear production in patients
using anti-inflammatory eye drops
or tear duct plugs.

Important Safety Information
Do not use RESTASIS® and
RESTASIS MultiDose® Ophthalmic
Emulsion if you are allergic to any
of the ingredients. Be careful not to
touch the container tip to your eye
or other surfaces, to help avoid eye
injury and contamination.
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