Firmoo > USA > Alabama > Phenix City > West Georgia Optical
West Georgia Optical

West Georgia Optical

(706) 323-0149

Category: Eye Doctor

2616 Warm Springs Rd Ste A
Columbus, GA 31904

Become Recommended Business

Average Rating

0 Reviews

Read reviews

News/Coupons

Read more...

West Georgia Optical Hours

Website:
Accepts Credit Cards:
Supported Language:
By Appointment Only:
Price Range:
0.00 - 0.00
Insurances Accepted:
  • About West Georgia Optical

  • Photo Galley of West Georgia Optical

Jumpto
  • Reviews(0)

  • Firmoo Answers
  • It is usually harmless, but unsightly. A stye in eye is a small bump, appearing on the outside or inside of the eyelid. The longer a stye stay in your eyes, the more likely it is to turn into a chalazion. To prevent infected, you need to avoid making up or wearing contact lenses until the stye completely heals.

  • A visual disturbance whereby the sufferer sees lots of small bright and dark dots flickering across their entire visual field, like a layer of T.V. static. Therefore,you might have visual snow, but it seems not very serious for the situation you mentioned. If it doesn't bother you much, you can just ignore it since there is no effective drug. You may go to some forums about SV to communicate with the guy who have SV to find a way to get better.

  • It depends on the time you haven't used your old contacts. If you haven't used them for a month or so, you'd better not use them. For the old contacts may not be comfortable as before. Generally speaking, people should change their contacts regularly. Firstly, due to the change of the eyes, the prescription of the contacts should be changed accordingly. Secondly, the state of contacts will change also. So if possible, you’d better not wear your old contacts again.

  • Well, that's no big problem. You can buy big round glasses everywhere without efforts. But what matters is that the price can vary greatly. If you choose to buy them in shopping malls, it's expensive, but they're also cheaper online or in some small shops. I recommend Amazon.com, where you can find out selective ones.

  • Yes, there is the treatment for people with light sensitive. When there is the problems in conjunctivitis, keratitis, corneal foreign body, corneal broken skin, corneal ulcer, iris inflammation and iris ciliary body inflammation, it may causes you to get the sensitive character to lights. You'd better use some eye drops with anti-inflammation firstly which will help you get rid of the invisible bacterium in the eyes. Then you could often use the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable. Thus the eyes will not so sensitive to lights and become mild. You should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes and vitamin A to improve the night vision. In a word, you just protect the eyes carefully which will make your eyes not so sensitive to light.

  • Pressure can cause the upper eyelid to twitch. You can relieve your twitching eyes by relax yourself and keep a balanced tired. You can also have some eye exercises. Alcohol and caffeine can cause eye twitching too. So you must avoid take too much alcohol or caffeine if you want to stop eye twitching.

  • A full year is unnecessary,6 months at most. It is better to ask your doctor.

  • The same has happened to me in last summer. I hurt one of my eyes and it really hurt at that moment. After that I had been always wearing a black eye for nearly a month. I hadn't tried anything on it because every time my mum wanted to help my bruise with an egg. It hurt. I couldn't bear that. So I just let it be and forgot about it when I was in school or playing outside.

  • Yes, I have heard the prednisone eye drops. After using them, I feel bright at the eyes. The eyes are so comfortable at the feeling. There are almost no side effects of the eye drops if you use it under the instructions. The pregnant people and people with sensitive problems should not use it.

  • although pink eye and a stye are very different infections from each other. Antibiotics that are perscribed for conjunctivitis, are mainly using medicine to kill unwanted bacteria that the eye has been infected with. "pink eye drops", can or may clear your eye stye, because most eye styes are cause by bacteria, or partials such as, eyeshadow, mascara etc.. Pink eye drops will help the discomfort of the stye also, helping swelling and redness of the eye go down. if your stye does not clear up. visit your doctor or if severe visit an emergency room. The doctors will give antibiotics for the severity of the eye, also will most likely be popped or in medical term "drained". try using pink eye drops and if no progress is happening, get a prescription to help.