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    1.Abel Robson & Falkenstein Optometrists

    18A Starkey St
    Forestville,NSW 2087

    Abel Robson & Falkenstein Optometrists is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

    In the Forestville, 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.Falkenstein Mark, Robson Gary,+McIlvin Carolyn+

    18A Starkey St
    Forestville,NSW 2087

    Falkenstein Mark, Robson Gary,+McIlvin Carolyn+ is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 3.Abel Robson & Falkenstein Optometrists

    18a Starkey St
    Forestville,NSW 2087

    Abel Robson & Falkenstein Optometrists is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Diabetes might cause puffy eyes, because diabetes might have kidney complication, which may cause the puffy eyes. The most common symptoms of diabetes include weight loss in a sudden, always hunger and thirst, increased frequency of urination and easy to get fatigue and so on. Diabetes may impact eyes, not puffiness but diabetes retinopathy, so many diabetes patients are also suffering from cataract. Diabetes might cause kidney complication too. Once there is problem of kidney, people usually get swelling. Swelling is a very common symptom for kidney disease patients, because diseased kidney can't help body to remove extra fluid. The fluid builds up in body, resulting swelling in the legs, ankles, faces. Kidney problem is very serious and it can be fatal. Seeing a doctor for help at the earliest is the best choice.

  • You can certainly wear glasses over the top of your contact lenses, that presumably will have a small correction for astigmatism and will improve your vision. You can try extended wear toric lens that will correct your astigmatism, give you better vision and be a better option. They are readily available. Surgery is another story and maybe something you want to consider if you do not get good comfort and vision with contact lenses.

  • Well, yes, kidney problem can cause dry eyes. As we know that the kidneys filter waste products from the blood and remove them from the body through urine. When there are some kidney problems, it can lead to some disorders to your eyes. We can say that the most common kidney problem is interstitial nephritis, or inflammation of the tissue around the kidney's filters. So it can lead to dry eyes. For this situation, in my opinion, you can just take some foods which are rich in vitamin a. Vitamin a is good for the dry eyes. Or you should see an eye doctor. Besides, there are other less common causes including the distemper virus, radiation therapy around the eye, aging, nerve palsy or trauma. Anyway, just have a conversation with the doctor.

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  • You can get a pair of contcats with different prescription lenses.There is no need to worry about it. Most people have different power for each eye, while few people require the same correction bilaterally. There is no problem for you to be supplied with a different lens for each eye.

  • Actually, wearing colored contacts is as safe as wearing normal contacts, as long as your contacts are properly prescribed, used and cared for. It's essential for you to visit your eye care professionals for a proper contact lens fitting, or it will get your eyes hurt.Moreover, you also need to know how long you can wear your contacts and when you need to replace it. Only if you follow your doctor's instruction, you will be safe to wear contacts.

  • Watery eyes may be caused by some eye diseases, such as Niphablepsia, chronic conjunctivitis, obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct, Blepharitis and dry eye. Therefore if you get watery eyes, you'd better go to see an doctor to find out the reason. Then your watery eyes can be treatedly specifically.

  • Well, it seems that there are something wrong with your eyes, as a matter of fact, chalazion is a kind of disease in relation to your eyes, especially the area around your eye lip. Once get it, you will be prohibited from wearing contact lenses because this could cause great damage to your eyes. On general, you need to take some chalazion surgery and immediate medical care before things get worse. Maybe you can wear eyeglasses for visual aids.

  • Actually, when we are the six-month old baby, our vision developed as 20/20. That is to say, when we are 6 month old, we have got the normal vision and our vision has been stable. However, strictly, from then on, if you do not use your eyes correctly or you overuse your eyes, which will cause eye fatigue or eyestrain. Further, it will affect your vision, you will get nearsightedness or farsightedness. Strictly speaking, our vision will not get stable only if you use your eyes correctly and well protect your eyes. Hope this helpful.

  • Tired eyes are the condition that your eyes get strained and fatigued after longtime or high-intensive visual activities. You can tell that your eyes are tired from some typical symptoms of tired eyes. The most typical symptoms of tired eyes are tiredness, itching and burning eyes. And sometimes tired eyes can be accompanied by other related eye problems. Sore eyes, difficulty in focusing, dry or watery eyes, double vision and eyes' sensitiveness to the light, all these are possibly caused by tired eyes. Good news is that tired eyes are not very serious and can disappear quickly once being treated. Get enough sleep and use some eye medicine can help relieve the symptoms of tired eyes.