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    1.Centre Health Complex

    9-25 Captain Cook Drv
    Barrack Heights,NSW 2528

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    In the Barrack Heights, optometrists can be found in the vicinity of a chain optical retail store, or in an independent optometrist's office. Optometrists are trained to address both vision refractive errors and eye health. Many optometrists sell high-end eyeglasses and contact lenses in their practices with the most professional possible services in addition to performing eye exams and writing prescriptions. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors (MD) in the eye care and vision health who perform eye exams, write prescription for eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses, diagnose and treat eye diseases and carry out eye surgery. Ophthalmologist's responsibility is much beyond that of optometrist.

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    9-25 Captain Cook Drv
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  • Usually the heavy weight sunglasses with nose pad will of course leave the mark on your nose. The obvious reason may be the disposition of way you wear sunglasses. However, the best way to avoid the mark on your nose when wearing the sunglasses is to wear the sunglasses with light weight. You'd better choose the material of plastic or the panel. Then, you should keep in mind that not wearing it for a long continuous time, putting on and off in turn of several time. Thus, you may avoid the mark on your nose when wearing the sunglasses.

  • It seems that you want to have sports with better protection of your eyes. So, it might be wise for you to wear a pair of sports sunglasses while having sports. But if the sports involved harsh body contact, I suggest you not do so because it is dangerous. And maybe your sunglasses might be broken if not careful enough. So, try to avoid playing ball games in a sunny day.

  • Yes, you can get puffy eyes because of dehydration which will cause the eye nerves to fluctuate. However, you should not drink too much amount of water which will make you get the swelling eyes. You could eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. You could even drink tea which will have the role of eliminating your puffy eyes.

  • It is better to wear a pair of glasses instead of wearing eye contact lenses. There are three main reasons. First of all, on the beach, the wind is usually strong, therefore, the sands and dust can be easily blown into the eyes. If you are wearing eye contacts, your eyes can be easily get infection from that. Secondly, if you are wearing eye contacts, your eyes can easily get dry, and on the beach, with the wind blowing and the sun radiation, the crystalline lenses needs more water and oxygen to keep metabolism, and the eye contacts can be a great obstacle. Thirdly, there are large amounts of bacteria in the sea water, and it is very easy for the eyes to infected if you are wearing eye contacts. In addition, it would be very inconvenient when you are wearing eye contacts on the beach. Therefore, on the beach wearing glasses will be much safer and more sanitary. Besides, it is even better if you wear sunglasses which can help screen the ultraviolet rays in the sunshine. As we all know, the ultraviolet rays are very harmful to the eyes, and the sunshine on the beach is usually very powerful. If you are nearsighted or farsighted, you can buy a pair of prescription sunglasses with the function of vision correction. You can refer to the following website for further information about prescription sunglasses.

  • Generally, black eyes are not often serious and will usually go away without extensive treatment. There is not much you can do to get rid of a black eye faster, either. You may not be able to get it to disappear immediately, but here's what you can do to promote quick, safe healing so that your black eye disappears as soon as possible.Apply a cold compress, washcloth filled with ice, or a bag of frozen vegetables to the swollen area in 10-minute intervals.

  • Of course not. Although there is no specific limitation of temperature. It has rules that firefighters can not wear contact lenses, otherwise the contact lenses may melt in their eyes. As we know, when you buy a pair of contact lenses, the seller may tell dos and don'ts. Certainly, he will tell you pay attention to temperature extremes such as fireplace.

  • It is hard to say whether wear contact lenses is a bad ideal or not. If you wear contact lenses to a party or enjoy leisure time, that maybe a good ideal. But if you plan to wear contact lenses for swimming, playing computer games or barbecue, it is a bad ideal. And wearing contact lenses for swimming is very dangerous to eyes because it is likely cause eye infection.

  • It is so bad that I checked many material for glasses, yet it seems that no one knows who invented glasses. Yet according to the known history, glasses were invented in northern Italy, in the late 1280s probably. The original inventor's identity is still a secret up to now. According to a medicine professior named Franciscus Redi, he had a paper wrote in 1289, in which the author said without the invention of glasses, he would be unable to read or write. Benjamin Franklin, the American scientist, first invented bifocals in 1784, for himself is suffering from both myopia and presbyopia. George Airy, the British astronomer, in 1827, invented the first lens for correcting astigmatism. In 1727, the morden glasses forms, held by temples passing through ears, was developed by a British optician, named Edward Scarlett.

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