The doctor enlarges the punctal openings with a special dilation instrument and inserts a thin.
For adults with partially narrowed puncta, your doctor may dilate the puncta with a small probe and then flush (irrigate) the tear duct. This is a.
In adults, tear duct probing is done as a test to diagnose for NLDO rather than for relieving the blockage. In this case, a special surgical tool is.