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Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Cabramatta of New South Wales. You may arrange an free eye exam, buy prescription eyeglasses, RX sunglasses or donate your old eyeglasses by using the contact information in the directory.
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    1.Luu Andrew A.Q.

    Shop 2/40 47 Park Rd
    Cabramatta,NSW 2166

    Luu Andrew A.Q. is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

    In the Cabramatta, 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.
  • 2.Eye Focus

    Shp5/ 49 Park Rd
    Cabramatta,NSW 2166

    Eye Focus is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Luu Andrew A.Q.

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    Shop 2/40 47 Park Rd
    Cabramatta,NSW 2166

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    Shp5/ 49 Park Rd
    Cabramatta,NSW 2166

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  • You should eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits which can increase the intake of vitamin A, B1, C, E. These foods are helpful such as soy products, fish, milk, walnuts, green vegetables, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes and fresh fruit. Vitamin C can effectively inhibit oxidation. The main affections of vitamin E are to lower cholesterol, clear body waste, prevent cataracts. Walnuts and peanuts are rich in vitamin E. Vitamin B1 can be protect nerve and green leafy vegetables contain a lot of vitamin B1.

  • Yeah, of course. You need to consult your eye doctor and get your eyes measured before you get your colored contact lenses. Because different people need the contact lenses with different size. Moreover, you also need to know how to protect your eyes when wearing color contact lenses. Hope this helpful

  • Yes, sarcoidosis may lead to some eye problems. It is really true. Sarcoidosis is a systemic inflammatory cells formed island disease which is caused by the micro cells called granulomas. Granuloma in lung lymph nodes in the eyes and skin are especially common in the liver. Some nodules patients are without any symptoms. Some patients just have weak feeling fatigue and some patients with nonspecific symptoms, such as calorific inappetence night sweats joint pain or muscle pain because of the disease in different people involvement of different parts. So its symptoms are greatly different in patients with non-specific symptoms and see a doctor which is more than 90% of the lung which has a problem starting symptoms which is usually a dry cough and shortness of breath and wheezing chest pain may arise. The sarcoidosis will affect the eyes. You may have these eye symptoms, including redness, sore eyes and light eyes allergy. You need to have the good rest and good diet to protect the eyes.

  • Yes, you will absolutely look better when you wear the designer ones. The designer glasses are always excellent at the design which will be special sometimes. You could also look better at the look. Although the designer glasses are a little expensive, they are worthy to be owned because of the high quality and fashionable design.

  • Well, actually, the purple circles under your eyes can make you look old and not attractive. In some cases, it can be a sign of the unhealthy body. Anyway, you should pay more attention to it and also can try some ways to get rid of it. Generally speaking, to get rid of the purple circles under your eyes, you should eat the right foods, sleep enough, and give up unhealthy habits. Of course, there are some other ways you can try. For example, you can put ice over your eyes. As we know that the cool temperature from an ice pack will calm and reduce the swelling and dark color of your eye circles. Besides, you can use an ice pack, a bag filled with ice, or even a bag of frozen veggies or fruit. Remember that you can lie down on your couch and place the ice bag over your eyes. Everyday, just leave on for at least ten minutes. In that way for a long time, it can relieve your symptom. Also, drinking more water is useful.

  • There are many reasons for your recurrent eye infection. Do you rub your eyes whenever you feel tired? If so, your eye infection may be attributed to the rubbing which is the main cause of the recurrent infection. You should get rid of this habit, or the infection will come back after you solve the problem this time. If you often use your eyes improperly, such as reading in a dim light and holding the book or newspaper too close to your eyes, your eye infection will also reoccur. In addition, you should also make sure whether you need glasses because of refractive error. Systemic antibiotics are not needed. Cleansing your eyes and keeping them clean all the time will work. You can also use antibiotic eye ointment before you sleep. By doing this, your eyes will recover in several days. If not, ask your doctor for help.

  • Peripheral vision is a part of vision that occurs outside the very center of gaze. There is a broad set of non-central points in the field of view that is included in the notion of peripheral vision. "Far peripheral" vision exists at the edges of the field of view, "mid-peripheral" vision exists in the middle of the field of view, and "near-peripheral", sometimes referred to as "para-central" vision, exists adjacent to the center of gaze.

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  • I have floaters so I have been researching it lately. I just read somewhere that anemia can cause floaters. I've just started taking iron pills for that, so it could very well be the cause. I wonder about the possible connection to hypothyroidism, though, as the floaters and thyroid symptoms all came on at about the same time for me.

  • Personally I think definitely the natural brows or the lightly penciled ones. While I love a fresh-looking bold brow, I think it competes a little too much with the frames.