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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 Melbourne of Victoria. 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.Laubman & Pank

    GD017, Melbourne Central La Trobe St Building
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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    Optical stores in Melbourne offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Melbourne have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
  • 2.Jenning Besley & Southgate Optometrists

    Collins Place, 45 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 3.Doolan & Ross Optometrist

    Ground Floor 12 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 4.Jennings, Besley & Southgate

    45 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • Best of Melbourne Eye Doctors

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    1.Alfred Nott Pty Ltd

    Upper Level, Grand Hyatt Plaza 123 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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    In the Melbourne, 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.Budget Eyewear Melbourne

    12 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 3.Jennings, Besley & Southgate

    45 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 4.A.P. Optometrists Pty Ltd

    215 Elizabeth St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 5.Cooke Jennie

    Shop 2A Capitol Arcade 115 Swanston St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 6.Collins St Optometrists

    14 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 7.Teachers Eyecare

    Ground Floor 393 Swanston St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 8.Laubman & Pank

    GD017, Melbourne Central La Trobe St Building
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 9.Andrew Gaddes For Eyes Pty Ltd, Peter Larson Peter Merret

    309 Lt Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • 10.Eye Life

    382 Little Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • Eyecare Collins Place

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    Shop 30 Collins Place, 45 Collins Street
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

  • Doolan & Ross Optometrist

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    Ground Floor 12 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

  • Eyes On West End

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    600 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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    185- 191 Queen St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

  • Eye Life

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    382 Little Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

  • Jenning Besley & Southgate Optometrists

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    Collins Place, 45 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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    Shop 8, 600 Collins St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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    Shop 1, 236 Bourke St
    Melbourne,VIC 3000

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  • Subconjunctival hemorrhage means that the small blood vessels in conjunctival breaks and a bright red or dark red patch on the sclera appears. Sneezing, coughing, straining, increasing the veins of the head, eye rubbing or inserting contact lenses, conjunctivitis, bleeding or inhibiting normal clotting caused by medical disorder and a severe eye infection can cause subconjunctival hemorrhage. When you have an abnormally large blood vessel in your eyes, you should go to see a doctor to check whether you have subconjunctival hemorrhage or not.

  • Yes, it is bad for eyes. It is invisible for human eyes, but it can cause damages to eye just like UV radiations do. The wave length of infrared light is longer than the visible light spectrum and shorter than the microwave radiation. Although it has very few damages, it is good to get aware of it. The infrared light is what we receive as heat. So we also get it from the surroundings. Long term exposure to the infrared light, the longer wavelengths could cause damages to eyes gradually. For example, welders are more likely to develop the cataracts. The infrared light might cause opacity of the lens if long time exposure with no protection. And too much heat might burn the surface of eyes just like skin sun burns. But don't be freaked out, there are far more benefits of infrared light than harms. It gives you the warmth when it is chilly and it can promote the amount of white blood cells in human body, which is helpful for healing and strengthening our immunity system.

  • Most major medical insurance such as Medicare or Anthem will cover all or part of our examination. They do not, however, cover low vision devices. These would be the patient’s responsibility.

  • Constant eyesight changes can be caused by many factors like aging, Presbyopia, Diabetic retinopathy, Macular degeneration, Cataracts, Floaters, Presbyopia, eye infection, retinal detachment, migraine headaches, optic neuritis, brain tumors, stroke and bleeding in eyes. It may also indicate a sign of certain eye disease. I think you should always get it checked out, especially when there is a problem in your eyes.

  • It is important to adhere to the antibiotic and anti-inflammatory eye drops regime prescribed by your doctor following the procedure to prevent bacteria infection and to moderate the healing response. Also avoid crowded and dusty places for the first three days. Remember to keep the eyes well lubricated to relieve the temporary dryness of the eyes that occur after treatment.A protective eye shield should be worn when sleeping for the first week to prevent rubbing and accidental trauma to the eye. You should be careful not to squeeze the eyelids hard and not to drive for the first 24 hours after the procedure.

  • I have to say, there is a absolutely connection between them, one of my friend got blepharitis few weeks ago, then she went to the hospital, the doctor told her it's the eyelash extensions she used cause this infection. Most importantly, it's the steps she took are not right then make the eyes get infection. Then my friend came back, and then went to beauty center directly to ask for suggestion. She now does that in right order and right method without any touch of eyes

  • The lasting time of the dilated pupils may be related with your serious degree of the eyes. If your eyes infection which causes the dilated pupils is serious, you may get the dilated pupils for several months. If your dilated pupils just get because of the surprise or shock natural action, it will be released soon. Although the pupil is not the eye optical system which is one of the focal elements, it can not only react to light and shade but also adjust the light into the eyes. It can also influence the eye of the optical system in the depth of focus. The spherical aberration pupil range can be very big. Usually the human eye pupil diameter is less than 1 mm. When the extreme expands, it will be more than 9 mm. The iris sphincter can shrink to 87% of its length. It is related with human body and other smooth muscle or striated muscle. When the pupil size becomes to change, you should keep notice of this. If you get the dilated pupils because of the infection, you should treat it with medical care as soon as possible.

  • Well, it seems that you have some real trouble now. Because you should understand, sometimes dog hair is the breeding ground for bacteria and parasite. It would be quite dangerous if your eyes are not properly taken care of. However, if you start to have some allergic feelings, then probably you have got infectious eyes, then you need to visit a doctor before things get worse.

  • Medically speaking, the phenomenon of eyelashes growing into eyes is called trichiasis, which refers to the eyelashes turn to grow in the direction of the inside of the eyes and touch the eyeballs. Generally speaking, trichiasis is caused by the contraction of conjunctiva cicatrix, blepharitis ciliaris, or trauma. Trachoma is a main cause one of whose symptoms is trichiasis. People who get trichiasis will feel foreign body in their eyes, photophobia, blepharospam, conjunctiva congestion, muddy cornea, or keratohelcosis. To relieve this condition, there are mainly three ways. First of all, you can use forceps to remove the eyelashes, but this is inconvenient and the new eyelashes will soon come out again. The best way is to take electrolysis of hair follicle to destroy ciliary hair follicle so as to prevent the eyelashes from growing again. If the condition of trichiasis is serious, then you had better take a corrective procedure. And if the trichiasis is caused by the optical inflammation, then you should as well get your inflammation treated, and then the trichiasis will be reduced.

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