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Bell Richard M & Langshaw Stephen R & Herron Geoff C Optometrists

Bell Richard M & Langshaw Stephen R & Herron Geoff C Optometrists

(02) 9523 8434

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23 Cronulla St
Cronulla,NSW 2230

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  • The same as you keep other sunglasses, you shall clean them and store it in right place when you not wearing it. In details, First of all, you shall clean them everyday. Wet a soft cloth to clean your sunglasses lenses. Please not use your T-shirt or dry cloth to wipe the lenses, or it may cause scratches on the lenses. Second, you shall keep the photochromic sunglasses in cool and dry places. Because high temperature can destroy the lenses of the photochromic sunglasses lenses. Third, put the sunglasses into cases when you not wearing them.

  • Non prescription reading glasses usually have the same prescription for each lens. They are cheaper than prescription reading glasses and its lens can't be replaced if it is broken or the prescription is changed. While prescription reading glasses are specially designed for each individual who have a different prescription for each eye. Since prescription reading glasses are customised, they can also correct astigmatism if required. Though non prescription reading glasses won't harm your eyes, you'd better go to an optician to have an eye exam and get prescription reading glasses.

  • I have to say that not all person sunglasses are made with polarized lenses. The polarized sunglasses are helpful for protecting your eyes from the hard light. Generally speaking, the ordinary sunglasses have no such function. At this moment you need buy a special one. So the polarized sunglasses are good choices for you. You will not miss any hint on the surface of water.

  • Eye floater is not genetic. If you just have little eye floaters they may improve over months to years. But as to your mum, I think it can be a sign of a more serious condition. Retinal detachments are a kind of very serious disease. But I don't mean that eye floaters will cause the retinal detachment. It is just a sign of a retinal detachment. I suggest you to see eye doctors with your mum.

  • Actually, the contact lenses can be worn as well even it is wet by the tap water. What you need to do is to clean it with solutions three times and soap it into the solutions until you need to wear it again.

  • It is normal for you to have the headache when you get the cold because of the weak immune system. The interlinked nerves will also cause your eyes hurt which you need to pay attention to. You should use the eye drops to release your eyes and make your eyes get moisture. In addition, you should also use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable.

  • I think the dark or brown sunglasses will suit pale skin tone. To be honest, face shape is more important than skin tone when it comes to choosing sunglasses. So, you should pay attention to the face shape of your friend in order to find the suitable sunglasses fro him? Generally speaking, the shape of sunglasses should be contrast with the face shape of the wearer.

  • It has nothing to do with his prescription. It would be suggested to take him to professional Pediatrics Ophthalmologist to have his eyes examined. BTW, can he use his right hand & left hand normally? If not, maybe some problem with the control of his left brain & right brain?

  • Usually, medicare insurance will cover the cost for some eye care of some eye disease like cataract surgery. You shall talk with your Medicare representative before having cataract surgery so as to understand exactly how much is covered and how much you need pay for yourself. Of course, you shall make sure your doctor accepts Medicare insurance.

  • Generally speaking, wearing contact lenses correctly has no harm to your eyes. But if they are not used correctly, contact lenses will make corneaunable to contact air, so your eyes will appear the situation which is similar to the "plateau reaction" because of lack of air. Then the eyes will not be able to make normal metabolism, causing eyestrain, eyeball allergies, and serious cornea symptoms such as aging.