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Gonos & Beck Optometrist

Gonos & Beck Optometrist

(02) 9637 1122

Category: Optical Stores

Shop B 67, Stockland Mall, Pitt St
Merrylands,NSW 2160

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  • Yes, it is true, and it depends on how long you would use a computer daily. Nowadays, a large number of people would work at a computer for a significant amount of time every day, these people could benefit from a pair of special reading glasses that are known as computer glasses. It's suitable for people who use computer for a prolonged period. And it is a kind of special glasses prescribed to lessen the symptoms associated with computer vision syndrome, such as eyestrain, dry eyes, headaches and blurred vision.

  • Glasses without nose pad are usually good for people with a Roman nose so that they will not slide down frequently. But glasses with nose pads can make you feel pressured on the nose and give you a headache when wearing for a long time.

  • Absolutely, you should not wear contacts at least for one week before you take the LASIK. For one reason, you know, before you take the surgery, the doctor needs to examine your eyes to see whether it is suitable for you to have such an operation. Wearing contacts may change the thickness and shape of your cornea, so the doctor cannot get the accurate statistic about your eyes, thus it is bad for his analysis on your surgery. For another reason, the contacts, although often cleaned, there still are many bacteria on the surface of the lens. If you had the LASIK on the very day when you wear contacts, how can you guarantee that there will exist no bacteria in your eyes and you will get infection during and after the surgery, which is not good for your healing process. So you are recommended not to wear contacts at least for one week before the surgery.

  • Regarding to your problem, polycarbonate material eyeglasses are meet your demand. It is light and will not press your face or nose. Moreover, it is impact resistant. Hope this helpful.

  • Please use fresh, contact lenses cleaning solution every time. Do rub your contact lenses with your fingers, and rinse them with fresh cleaning solution afterward.

  • In order to make your eyes look bigger whatever at the length or width, you could choose to wear the contact lenses which will help you get this. There are a lot of contact lenses in the market. You could go to the online store to choose the suitable color of the contact lenses which may save you a lot of money. You could get the good quality as same as that in the real store.

  • You can get your first pair of eyeglasses for free from coastal.com if you are new glasses buyers to them. I ordered a pair of eyeglasses for free from Coastal when they give away free glasses. I asked them to make my lenses thinner and add some coatings to the lenses, so I paid a little extra for them. But before you get free eye glasses from them, you should provide prescription including your PD. When I recieved them, I was very pleased with them because the quality of the lenses is good. I've heard Firmoo also give away free glasses. You can compare them. Good luck!

  • It takes about 5 to 10 minutes to fully adapt from bright lights inside to complete darkness outside. Human vision has the incredible range of light, thus we can see in very birght sunlight, and we can also see in nearly total darness. The reason why we can see from bright lights to dark lights totally depend on two cells of eyes. The first one is called rod cells that is located in the retina, which can preceive black and white images and work best in low light. The other one is rhodopsin that is a chemical found in the rods and is the key to night vision. Due to it can absorb photons and preceive light.

  • The exposure to sunlight will cause the whites of our eyes to turn yellow. We can whiten them with a kind of medicine. But I suggest you not to do that. Wearing a pair of sunglasses is a good choice to avoiding being burned by the UV light and harsh light. Maybe if we take care of our eyes and avoid direct sunlight and other smokes, the white of our eyes will recover on its own.

  • I am wondering how do the two glasses stuck together. I've never seen two glasses have been stuck together. I think you may refer to two glasses bottle. In this case, you can soak the two glasses into the hot water and then they can break a part easily. Or you can put them in your refrigeratory and then they can get apart easily. Hope this helps you. Good luck!