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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 Drummoyne 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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  • Eye Opener

    194 Victoria Rd
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

  • Eyeopener

    194 Victoria Rd
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

  • McCarthy Paul

    Sutton Place Shopng Cntr, cnr Lyons & Victoria Rds
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

  • McCarthy Paul D

    Sutton Place Shopng Cntr Cnr Lyons & Victoria Rds
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

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    1.McCarthy Paul D

    Sutton Place Shopng Cntr Cnr Lyons & Victoria Rds
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

    McCarthy Paul D is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

    In the Drummoyne, 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.McCarthy Paul

    Sutton Place Shopng Cntr, cnr Lyons & Victoria Rds
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

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  • 3.Eyeopener

    194 Victoria Rd
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

    Eyeopener is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Eye Opener

    194 Victoria Rd
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

    Eye Opener is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • McCarthy Paul

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    Sutton Place Shopng Cntr, cnr Lyons & Victoria Rds
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

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    Eye Opener is 0-star0 Reviews

    194 Victoria Rd
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

  • McCarthy Paul D

    McCarthy Paul D is 0-star0 Reviews

    Sutton Place Shopng Cntr Cnr Lyons & Victoria Rds
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

  • Eyeopener

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    194 Victoria Rd
    Drummoyne,NSW 2047

  • Firmoo Answers

  • In 1936, It was Edwin H. Land that first made the anti-glare aviator style sunglasses with polarised lens technology. These sunglasses were brought to the general public in 1937 and become popular in nowadays.

  • Here I list several eye problems which are related to eyes are sensitive to wind. I believe many people have learned about photophobia. Generally speaking, photophobia is people who are afraid of light. The prominent symptoms for photophobia are sensitive to light and wind. So I guess your eyes sensitive to wind just because they are afraid of light. By the way, photophobia makes eyes much sensitive than before. Next is dry eyes. The tears are much less than normal often causes dry eyes. Dry eyes are very afraid of wind. That's for wind can increase eye pain and makes dry eyes condition much worse. Red eyes and eye irritation also let eyes are sensitive to wind. In addition, uncomfortable contact lenses make your eyes much sensitive to wind. Well, I wanna emphasis one point, which is your genes are also causes of your eyes are sensitive to wind. So the best way to solute your confusion is wear eye protection and go to see a doctor.

  • Yes, the selenium is very important for the eyes, which will do good for the vision. It is that the selenium is the angel of bright vision. As a very important and necessary element for the visual organ in the body, the selenium can do a lot of benefits for the eyes which is proved by the biologists who have done the experiments for a long time. If the selenium is in the deficiency state for the human eyes in a long time, it will affect the integrity of the cell membrane. It may lead to decreased vision and many other eye diseases, such as cataract, retinopathy, nyctalopia and so on. Now many doctors do the clinical tests by using the selenium to treat the cataract. It works so successfully. Thus, having the selenium in our body is so important.

  • I think glasses on a girl is HOT! A huge turn on for me, Of course it's gotta be the right frames on the right person though, otherwise it looks wrong wrong WRONG! 

  • Because some medicine having the role of dehydration, they may cause the eyes to feel dry. However, using too much eye drops is not a good way for eyes. We can see many visine eyedrops to make our eyes temporary moisture. In fact, using too much eye drops will quicken the speed of evaporation in your eyes. It has the function to make our eyes feel better.

  • The small white small fatty deposits around your eyes are the fat granule because of the fat sediment. If you want to remove it, you could use some oil essentials to reduce them. You should not often drink or smoke which will stimulate them and affect the recovery. You should also drink suitable amount of water.

  • The lowest degree for the non-prescription reading glasses may be 0.50. You can go to the drug store to get this kind of reading glasses.

  • Yes, nowadays some people just DIY their sunglasses with duct tape so as to look personalized and fashionable as well as preventing too much light coming into their eyes. First of all, you can pull out some duct tape, tape four strips together and then secure them so as to allow only a small slit of light coming in. Another option is just to tape the duct tape to itself instead of sticking the glue directly on your glasses. After doing this, use some duct tape strips to hold it to the top and bottom edges of the lenses. Then a simple duct tape sunglasses are made. If you would like to get to know more information on making duct tape sunglasses, you can refer to the following web site.

  • Well, it is true that uveitis would be resulted from a lot of reasons, including fatigue, when you are quite tired because of stress, you are likely to get uveitis, it also has something to do with your immune system and your vitamin intake. Anyway, try to protect your eyes in every aspect such as your diet, your rest, and your use of your eyes. Some eye infections also lead to uveitis. Just pay attention to your eye health.

  • Well, in most cases, astigmatism mostly happens in just one eye. You know that there are some certain glasses for you to improve your vision. You might as well have a try. Those prescription glasses are designed for providing people with astigmatism a clear and good vision. But what you worry is absolutely very necessary. It is true that astigmatism can get people' s prescription worse and worse. You have no other choice but try every way to improve your vision such as doing eye exercise every day, having more vegetables and fruits that contain rich vitamins, what do you think?