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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 Greenhills 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.Gregory Steven

    Stockland Greenhills Shopng Cntr
    Greenhills,NSW 2323

    Gregory Steven is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

    In the Greenhills, 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.Greenhills Eye Wear

    Shop 9 Stockland Greenhill, Greenhills Shopping Centre
    Greenhills,NSW 2323

    Greenhills Eye Wear is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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    Stockland Greenhills Shopng Cntr
    Greenhills,NSW 2323

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    Shop 9 Stockland Greenhill, Greenhills Shopping Centre
    Greenhills,NSW 2323

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  • It looks like you are very interested in wearing contact lenses. But, What I must say is that chalazion surgery is one of the infections we might get and if you don't take it seriously, it might lead to some serious consequences and trigger some problems. Of course you are not allowed to wear contacts before your eyes are recovered. Just try to care about your eyes by getting treatment in time.

  • changing colors of the iris is due to gene alteration of the cells there in your iris. on other words, it's because of your DNA. No answer has been found why do these cells alter their genetic make-up. Iris also contains melanin. If the body is exposed to UV rays.melanin production increases.Your skin becomes dark, but other melanin containing parts of the body, takes time before they can produce melanin to protect the body from UV. Whites have less melanin,Look at the hair and the skin.So light pigment is seen.and so are the eyes. But look at the brown and black people.they have more melanin.Look at the hair and skin, more pigment is seen and so are the eyes.It's really uncommon to see a black man with blue or green eyes.and a blonde with black eyes...

  • Each lens is designed for specific requirement, so they can not take your lenses out put your prescription into it. However, they can make new lenses for your frames. Just go to an optician and ask if they can make new lenses for your own frames.

  • Generally speaking, eating too much pickles can not do good to your eyes. Instead, it can do harm to your body. This is because that there are much nitrate contained in the pickles, and under the reactions of the intestinal bacteria, the nitrate can be restored into nitrite, which is greatly harmful to the health of human body. Therefore, people who get high blood pressure should absolutely carry on a diet of low salt and low fat. If you eat moderate amount of pickles once in a while, then it will be ok; but if you usually eat a large amount of pickles, it can be bad for your health.

  • Flashes will disappear completely by itself after several months, while floaters will never go away completely. If the floaters won't affect your vision, you'd better not to focus on them, then they will not trouble you. If they're obstructing your vision, you should talk to your doctor about your problem.

  • I strongly suggest you to have an eye exam again. Some people want to get some free eye exams but I would like to tell you that usually they are just a regular eye exam. There are some free eye exams on internet. But some eye doctors refuse to give free eye exams though the name of their stores is on the list of free eye exams. It is a common phenomenon. It is said that it is result from the mistake of search engine and the programmer are trying hard to solve this problem. So don't trust any free eye exam online. before visiting the doctor you'd better call the doctor to make sure that whether they can provide with free eye exams or not. Hope this helped!

  • Well, it seems that you have got neckache and blurred vision in the same time. And perhaps you have been using computer for too much time. So, I mean, your nechache and blurred vision are both resulted from using computer. Generally speaking, nechache will not affect your vision, it is true. Maybe you have attributed vision problem to nechache, but the truth is not that you know? And my advice for you is to take enough time to rest and reduce the time in front of the computer.

  • Well, yes, sunlight can be good for myopia, but we cannot say it can cure myopia. First, you should know that myopia occurs when the physical length of the eye is too long, causing light to focus in front of the retina and blurring images. For the causes, some related to inheritance and some to the environment. And according to some experts, by having sunlight, it will just be good for myopia. But on the other hand, it cannot cure myopia. And if you want to cure it, you may need to take eye surgery which can just cure it permanently.

  • Well, in my opinion, ear infection can not lead to black eyes. First, you should know that when blood and other fluids collect in the space around the eye, a black eye can occur. And generally speaking, black eyes are often caused by the injury to the eyes, face or the head. Also, air bag can also lead to injury to your eyes, leading to black eyes. But there is nothing to do with ear infection. So you do not need to worry about it. Generally speaking, ear infection can lead to eye infection, so you should be careful about it.

  • No, it would not be permanent in daily life, but it would be a sign of danger when the eye floaters are increased in sudden. Eye floaters or black spots usually move in and out of vision, changing position with eye movement. In fact, the number of floaters tends to increase with age. It is a common condition for almost every person has a few floaters in the eye, especially when you are looking at bright background like blackboard. It is normally caused by stress, lack of nutrients, fatigue, mood and other factors. It would come and go naturally when you adjust yourself and life style. However, it would be a sign of serious eye disorders, such as retinal detachment, if it is permanent.