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Hansen Mark

Hansen Mark

(02) 6362 2222

Category: Eye Doctor

170 Summer St
Orange,NSW 2800

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  • Generally speaking, pink eyes, or conjunctivitis, is a kind of communicable disease caused by choamydiae infection, which means it is very likely to spread to other people by getting close touch with the patients or sharing the articles for daily use withe patients.Therefore, if the baby still is still get in close withe people who get pink eyes, it is quite for the baby get infected by the conjunctivitis, too. To avoid this condition, many protective measures should be taken for the baby. First of all, the baby should be away from the allergen which can lead to allergic pink eyes such as the little animals, dust, and pollens. Secondly, do not allow the baby to rub the eyes with hands in case of getting infected by the bacteria in the fingernails. And the fingernails of the baby should be cut in time. Besides, the baby should not be allowed to get in touch with people who have conjunctivitis or anything the patients have touched or used. The towel and washbasin for the baby should be clean and scalded with boiled water.

  • After the corneal transplant, your eyes will be bind by the cloth for one day to avoid the light. The corneal transplantation is the normal corneal replacement of existing lesions in patients with cornea. With eye surgery or the control of corneal disease, it can improve visual acuity or treat some corneal disease. The eye treatment can be used among some patients with severe visual loss and even blindness of corneal disease. The corneal transplant becomes more and more safe and effective in the medical circle now. After the corneal transplant, you'd better not drink or smoke which will stimulate your weak eyes skin. You should control the time of using your eyes in front of the computers. And you should keep notice of your diet.

  • Some optical stores are unwilling to add the anti-scratch coating to your lenses if it has already been cut. While there are still opticians that are willing to do it for you. But it may be costly. If you do want to add the anti-scratch coating to your glasses lens, you can shop around to see which store can help you.

  • It is said that regualr eye exercises can help reduce eye pressure in open-angle glaucoma but it have no effect on people who have closed-angle glaucoma. Sometimes, eye exercises can even increase eye pressure in some people. Anyway, you should consult your doctor who will advise you what to do and how to do with your high eye pressure. Some people find that eye exercises can help them lower eye pressure as long as they keep doing eye exercises.

  • Yes, I know burberry sunglasses which are famous at its special design and good material. London, England's capital, is the original place of Burberry Company. Now the main company of Burberry company is still there. However, the manufacturing company is located in China. That is why your sunglasses has the print of "made in china". It is real.

  • Puffy eyes,also known as the bags under the eyes, can be cause by many reasons. Yeah, as you said, you stay up late recently, so the puffy eyes had a date with you. If you do not want to do nothing with the puffy eyes, you can just leave them alone and have enough sleep, some days later, your puffy eyes will disappointed. Of course, if you want to avoid it through vitamin supplements, you can also finish it. As usual, vitamin C plays an important role in the production of collagen,which is responsible for the structure of cells, then collagen can help you maintain the firmness of the cells under your eyes, which will help you with the puffy eyes. Besides, vitamin E, like vitamin C, can help you keep the strength of your muscle around your eyes. Also, the vitamin E acts as an antioxidant in our body so that they can remove the potentially harmful byproducts of metabolism. Hope you can get helpful suggestion from my answers.

  • There are several possible causes, including: 1. You may have allergic conjunctivitis. The symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis are itchy eyes, swollen conjunctiva, congestion in conjunctiva, and goopy eyes. It happens every now and then. Patients' eyes are sensitive to season changes. 2.Video display terminal syndrome: In winters, the air is dryer. If you stare at the screen of computer, TV or other digital products for too long, plus a lack of sleep, your eyes get tired and fail to be lubricant enough, then you have itchy eyes. 3.There may also be a lack of a certain nutrition in your diet. In this case just keep a balanced diet. Anyway, in dry winter, you must drink enough water for the sake of your health. Don't forget to have a rest internally in case your eyes get overloaded.

  • Well, generally speaking, there are a number of medical conditions which can cause scar tissue to form in an eye. Scar tissue, which may be attached to part of the eye or floating freely, will cause problems ranging from causing you to see dark spots in your vision to causing complete blindness. In common, you can have vitrectomy to remove it. And first, you should know that this type of surgery involves the physical insertion of microsurgical tools to peel scar tissue off the light sensitive parts of the eye. And of course, by doing that, it can be very successful. But on the other hand, some side effects may be possible too. For example, some patents may suffer retinal detachment after surgery. So just be careful about it.

  • I often have such problem. It usually happens when I wake up or stand up suddenly. My doctor said it was because Low blood pressure or Low blood sugar. You may see the doctor to find the real cause.

  • Yes, but they are a special kind of glasses, which look more like goggles. The lenses are made of PC material, with plastic frame and translucent rubber around it. Elastic band can help to fasten the glasses when jumping or running. All these designs are made to the maximum benefit of the players with ametropia. My younger brother is also a basketball player, who has heavy prescription too. He is strict with equipments and always wearing these kinds of goggles when playing basketball. Recently he just bought a new pair, after 5 years with the old pair. What I know is that the translucent rubber is likely to aging with perspiration on it, so don't forget to wipe them with clean wet cloth after sports.