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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 Hurstville 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.Dimitratos Maria

    Shop 314, Westfield Shoppingtown
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

    Dimitratos Maria is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

    In the Hurstville, 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.Dimitratos Maria

    28/ 2a Cross St
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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  • 3.David Lee Optometrists

    Shop 314 Westfield Hurstville
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

    David Lee Optometrists is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Budget Eyewear Hurstville

    Shop 145, Level 1, Westfield Shoppingtown
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

    Budget Eyewear Hurstville is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 5.ICON Eyewear

    28/ 2A Cross St
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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  • 6.Kimber Michael

    The Arcade Shop 1 282-290 Forrest Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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  • 7.Gavriel Kym

    10 Butler Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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  • 8.Kimber Optical

    1/282- 290 Forest Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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  • 9.Hircock Gary

    1 Woolworth Arc
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

    Hircock Gary is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 10.Icontact

    Healthpac Medical Cntr, 1 Park Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

    Icontact is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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    Shop 314, Westfield Shoppingtown
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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    Shp 111/ 7 The Ave
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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    1 Woolworth Arc
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

  • Kimber Optical

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    1/282- 290 Forest Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

  • Kimber Michael

    Kimber Michael is 0-star0 Reviews

    The Arcade Shop 1 282-290 Forrest Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

  • ICON Eyewear

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    28/ 2A Cross St
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

  • Icontact

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    Healthpac Medical Cntr, 1 Park Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

  • Dimitratos Maria

    Dimitratos Maria is 0-star0 Reviews

    28/ 2a Cross St
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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    The Arcade Shop 1 282-290 Forrest Rd
    Hurstville,NSW 2220

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  • Firmoo Answers

  • Surely you need. As long as you are nearsighted, you need a pair of prescription glasses to aid you. If you have mild myopia, you can choose to wear glasses with mild prescription. If you don' t wear glasses, I guess it will be very inconvenient for you. You especially need them when you are working or studying. You know, when driving, it will be dangerous if you can' t see things clearly. This is just an example, and I wish you could know the severe results if you don' t wear your glasses in time.

  • Polarized glasses can protect our eyes from the harsh glares from the sun, but if you mean whether they can protect the harmful UV rays from the sun. I think if they are coated with the UV blocking coatings, they can protect our eyes from the harmful rays. But I think usually the polarized sunglasses have this kind of coatings so they can protect your eyes from the sun.

  • You can buy blue light blocking glasses at Amazon.com, where provide the blue light blocking glasses at a lower price. I bought a pair and started using them last night as soon as the sun went down. First of all I think it's hilarious wearing orange sunglasses around my house at night. It's kinda like being in another world when all the lights you look at are glowing orange like fire which makes sense because before artificial lighting fire was our only light source besides moonlight. When I got in bed and turned the lights off and put on my sleep mask it definitely had a strong effect on me. I didn't get to sleep any faster than usual but I'm still fine tuning my diet and dealing with possible digestive.

  • Well, what you said is really funny. Because everybody yawn every time we get tired and exhausted, and we have no red eyes. So, I feel that there must be something wrong with your eyes which have been mistaken for yawning. Generally speaking, yawning will not lead to red eyes. What I recommend to you is to consult a doctor and find out the possible causes. Just do not jump to conclusions and ignore the seriousness of your symptom.

  • It is normal for you to get the blurred vision in one eye after a concussion because of the side effects after the concussion. Your eyes may get damaged. You'd better go to check the eyes carefully. You could use some eye drops with anti-inflammation to moisture the eyes and release the blurred vision. You could also use the warm compress.

  • If you get night blindness, you may have difficulties seeing at night see or seeing stars in a clear sky at night, or you may get dry eye and blurry vision. And people with nlght blindness may not be able to watch TV or read a book for a long time.

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  • Yeah, we all know that the prescription sunglasses are expensive and will cost us much money. Nevertheless, I think it is worth to buy the sunglasses with prescription. Because you know, the sunshine will do some harm for our eyes and also some skins around our eyes, especially in summer, and you also want to wear sunglasses to protect your eyes, but you are nearsighted, namely, with our vision help, you can see nothing. Without the protection from sunglasses, you will find that sunburn will appears around your eyes, then I think you will spend more money to treat the sunburn. On other word, the money you cost on a pair of prescription sunglasses will be less than the cost of a pair of sunglasses and a pair of good quality contacts. All in all, take into the skin around your eyes and your dear eyes, you will find that the prescription sunglasses are very worthy. Hope my advice can help you.

  • Unfortunately, neem oil has antiseptic properties so that it has nothing to do with dark circles under the eyes. It is excellent for fungal, bacterial infections of skin. However, it has a very potent alkaloid that may harm skin if used on bruised skin. There are some tested remedies for dark circles, firstly, you could apply potato juice around your eyes for 15 minutes, and avoid the juice enter your eyes. Or you can place tomato slice over your eyes to lighten the dark area. On the other side, you should take a good sleep during the night and a nap during the day.

  • This video talks about eye floaters and flashes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76CXwTqqkEk And there are some videos talk about eye floaters and flashes on You Tube. You can have a look and know more about them. I always think that if they are not very serious, they won’t lead to blindness. So we don't need to worry about that.