Epiphora, or constant tearing, is the overflow of tears from one or both eyes. Epiphora can be present all the time, or it can be present only sometimes. Epiphora is subdivided into two categories: the overproduction of tears or insufficient drainage of tears. The part of the body that creates tears and drains them to your nose is a complex system of ducts, tubes and sacs, so it is important that all areas are examined thoroughly and your related eye history is considered, coupled with some key questions relating to tear production and drainage because this will assist staff at Australian Eye Care devise a specialised treatment plan for your Epiphora.