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If you want to get advice for buying eyeglasses including lens options, eyeglass frames, materials of frames or lenses in Berkeley, California, please find the following list of contacts of different eye clinics and optical stores in Berkeley. Just call one and ask advice from eye doctors in that store or clinic. They may also give you other advice about, for example, how to repair eyeglasses.
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    1.Site For Sore Eyes

    2174 Shattuck Ave
    Berkeley,CA 94704

    Site For Sore Eyes is a 1-star Optical Store1 Reviews

    DO NOT PATRONIZE THIS BUSINESS. Very sloppy, rude customer service. Cheap AND dishonest. I bought glasses here that came with a scratch on one of the lenses. I went in to pick up my glasses and they could not find the glasses at all. After looking for 10 minutes or so they finally found them, with the scratch. The owner (Paul) told me he would immediately order a new lense but that I could take them away to use in the meanwhile. But apparently he forgot all about it and forgot to note the date I picked up the glasses in their records or that their was a defect they were going to fix... .... One year later still waiting for them to replace my lense. I finally went in to get the lense replaced. The owner denies ever telling me that he would replace the lense but now says that if I BUY one new lense (at full cost) he will replace the defective lense. He basically said I was making it all up and blaming me for not insisting...
  • 2.Harlan Wong Od

    1928 Shattuck Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94704-1022

    Harlan Wong Od is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 3.School Of Optometry Uc Ber

    Minor Hall
    Berkeley, CA 94720-0001

    School Of Optometry Uc Ber is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 4.De Visu Creative Eyewear

    1529 Shattuck Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94709-1516

    De Visu Creative Eyewear is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 5.Phoenix Optical

    5519 College Ave. , oakland,ca

    Phoenix Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 6.For Eyes Optical

    2112 Shattuck Ave
    Berkeley, CA

    For Eyes Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 7.Walnut Square Optometry

    2118 Vine St # E
    Berkeley, CA 94709-1524

    Walnut Square Optometry is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 8.Philip Schletter Od

    1799 4th St
    Berkeley, CA 94611

    Philip Schletter Od is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 9.Xavier Bovie

    1558 Solano Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94707-2117

    Xavier Bovie is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 10.Kiyomoto G Kiyomoto Od

    2035 San Pablo Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94702-1613

    Kiyomoto G Kiyomoto Od is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • Best of Berkeley Eye Doctors

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    1.Dr. Elaine Huang, OD

    2414 Shattuck Ave Berkeley, CA 94704

    Dr. Elaine Huang, OD is a 2-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

    She did not listen to my concerns nor address them. She just rushed through my exam and because of that my glasses we completely wrong!...
  • 2.Berkeley Ophthalmology Medical Group

    2999 Regent St
    Berkeley, CA 94705

    Berkeley Ophthalmology Medical Group is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 3.Fujikawa Mark A OD Optmtrst

    2414 Shattuck Avenue
    Berkeley, CA 94704

    Fujikawa Mark A OD Optmtrst is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Berkeley Optometric Group

    2107 Dwight Way
    Berkeley, CA 94704

    Berkeley Optometric Group is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 5.Site for Sore Eyes - Berkeley

    2174 Shattuck Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94704

    Site for Sore Eyes - Berkeley is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 6.Leonardo Dacanay, MD

    1911 Addison St, Ste 101
    Berkeley, CA 94704

    Leonardo Dacanay, MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 7.Allison E. Cho, OD

    2414 Shattuck Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94704

    Allison E. Cho, OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 8.Sterling Vision Care

    2174 Shattuck Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94704

    Sterling Vision Care is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 9.P. Harold Woodring OD

    1621 Solano Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94707

    P. Harold Woodring OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 10.Amitabh K Bharadwaj MD

    2450 Ashby Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94705

    Amitabh K Bharadwaj MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Site For Sore Eyes

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    DO NOT PATRONIZE THIS BUSINESS. Very sloppy, rude customer service. Cheap AND dishonest. I bought glasses here that came with a scratch on one of the lenses. I went in to pick up my glasses and they could not find the

  • Dr. Elaine Huang, OD

    Dr. Elaine Huang, OD is 2-star1 Reviews

    She did not listen to my concerns nor address them. She just rushed through my exam and because of that my glasses we completely wrong!

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  • You should consider three main points when choosing an eyeglass frame for your face shape, according to The Vision Council:
    Eyewear should repeat your personal best feature (such as a blue frame to match blue eyes).
    The frame shape should contrast with your face shape.
    The frame size should be in scale with your face size.
    Also, while most faces are a combination of shapes and angles, there are seven basic face shapes: round, oval, oblong, base-down triangle, base-up triangle, diamond and square.Here is a further description of these face shapes and which types of frames work best for each, according to The Vision Council. A good optician can help you use these guidelines to choose your new eyeglasses.

  • Don't worry. Eye floaters can be annoying, but by themselves they are not dangerous. Factors that may increase your risk of floaters include: age over 50, nearsightedness, eye trauma, complications from cataract surgery, diabetic retinopathy and inflammation in the eye. Most eye floaters are caused by normal aging changes in the eye. If you feel a curtain or cloud in the vision or a loss of side vision, there may be something wrong with your retinal and you should go to the doctor to have a check. So take good care of you eyes when they are still healthy, which will reduce the chance to get eye floaters.

  • No, it's impossible. As we all know, the contact lenses are directly wear on the surface of people's eyes. Though it's soft when you get them out of the package, they are tough enough for you to put them on the eyes. They're made of special material that can sterilize by autoclaving up to 120 degree. A layer of tear fluid covers on the contact lenses when you are wearing them, thus the contact lenses are anticorrosive by the liquid around the eyes. Therefore, the liquid or temperature of the eyes couldn't melt the contact lenses.

  • It is a natural thing which cannot be really avoided, facial expressions such as smiling, laughing, squinting, furrowing brows, and frowning can all attribute to wrinkles. Unavoidable as it is, there are things you can do to prevent them from becoming worse. Firstly, wear sunglasses when you are out because we usually squint our eyes as a natural response to the bright sun to prevent hurt. However, squinting and exposure to the sun can lead to permanent wrinkles eventually. Therefore, sunglasses are necessary. Secondly, ensure that you get enough sleep, at least 8 hours per night. And before you go to bed, you can apply a vitamin C cream around your eyes to make the skin softer and the creases less. Thirdly, drink plenty of water per day to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Fourthly, do not rub your eyes because the skin under the eyes is delicate, it is likely to wrinkle when you rub. By the way, smile is the most beautiful language in the world, believe it and keep smiling.

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  • Okay,according to your description. Your situation seems to be caused by pressure and stress. I guess you may be suffering much stress these days or you may be too tired these days. As to me, my vision usually pulsates when I feel too tired. Don't be freaking out,guy. It is no big deal and everything will be fine. In terms of this, I have a way to help you out. Try to give yourself a cool compress. It is said to be a very useful way. I tried this lots of times and it really worked.

  • Aged people and those who have long-term exposure to UV rays, especially those people living in plateau area are more likely to get cataract. So when we are exposed to the sunshine, we must wear sunglasses to protect our eyes from being damaged by UV rays.

  • I don't know if you wear cosmetic contact lenses or nor, if you do. Stop wearing it for a couple of days. And you should drop some eyedrops to clean your eyes. It is important to protect your eyes, remember that fix clean your nails as often as possible , keep your hands clean before you wear cosmetic contact lenses. pay attention the health and eyedrop, your eyes will be ok.

  • I am happy to answer to your question. I understand that you do not like yellow eyes. Yellow eyes are a symptom of a condition rather than a condition unto itself. Yellow eyes are common in newborns and sometimes in adults, luckily, it usually be easily treated. Therefore, do not be ashamed by the yellow in your eyes, do not care what the other people say. Here, I am glad to introduce some home remedy for yellow eyes: Firstly, get enough rest and sleep. Because yellow eyes build up toxins in your blood stream, and then it cause you to become irritable and tired. Secondly, eat more fruit and vegetables, in some certain, they can facilitate the healing and regeneration process of the liver to cure yellow eyes. Thirdly, consult your doctor online or search knowledge about yellow eyes. The more you know, the better you recover. Certainly, this is for the common symptoms, you must go to see a doctor if you get in the serious condition. May you be fine in a short time, good luck for you.

  • I heard that you have a oval face. I think you are very suitable for wearing round glasses frame. The round glasses are not fit for people with round face, because it will make the face look fatter and wider. You can compare you face with Harry Potter's. He has a kind of oval face and the round glasses make him look very good. If you have the same shape of face like Harry, you must look good when you wear the round glasses.