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Elite Optical

Elite Optical

800-468-6788

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

129 W 230th St
Carson, CA 90745-4709

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  • I do not have diabetes but do get eye floaters, yesterday and today I got them. They make you feel weak and a little nervous about what may be causing them. I cannot get a direct answer as to what causes them. I do not get headaches often at all. My husband gets these too. What caused them, does anyone have the right answer?

  • I heard that sams club is as good as Costco to buy eyeglasses. But they are out of network for VSP insurance. Nevertheless, their eyeglasses dramatically less expensive and they work directly with the insurer to take the amount covered for out-of-network providers. So, they still help you save money and also save your time on waiting for reimbursement. Good luck.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to get blurred vision when you get gallbladder problems. Once you have the problems at the gallbladder, your digestion system will work in disorder which may easily cause your dryness of the eyes which is the main reason for the blurred vision. You should use some eye drops with anti-inflammation to release the eyes and make eyes get comfortable and moisture.

  • So, a blood clot could be resulted from physical injury or some problems with your eyes, in a word, the reasons for it could be complicated. However, once got the blood clot, you should follow the doctor's advice and get eye drops on a regular basis, try to take a surgery if necessary. Generally speaking, it could last for about one month, based on your situation.

  • Yes, you may get the permanent crossed eyes if you keep on crossing your eyes too much. As we know, the crossed eyes are born to be when you are a child. However, many people get this in the late environment. You should not cross your eyes for fun or you should not learn from the person with crossed eyes.

  • Those who might benefit the most from this stem cell treatment are people who suffer from macular degeneration. To perform the stem cell transplant, researchers initially tested things out in blind mice. They injected stem cells into the rear of the eye. The stem cells were able to replace the damaged photoreceptors, which are small, important cells found in the retina. These photoreceptors are vital to your ability to see things and they are very sensitive to light. Interestingly enough, previous studies using stem cells had failed to restore sight. One reason for the problem relates to the choice of stem cells. In the most recent study, researchers used stem cells that were more mature than the ones previous researchers had used. The choice proved successful as the stem cells developed into photoreceptors and were able to join with the nerves that lead to the brain.

  • First, You should put your contacts in your eyes before you start to apply makeup. Remember that you must wash your hands clean before you touch the contact lenses. Second, you'd better use non-allergenic makeup. Choose cream eye shadow which is water-based rather than powder. Third, never use eyeliner when you wear contacts. Finally, wash and dry your hands, then remove the eye makeup first and then remove your contacts.

  • Well, yes, kidney problems can lead to some eye problems, such as cataracts. So you should be careful about it. Generally speaking, some chronic kidney problems can be serious that it will just lead to some eye problems, such as cataracts, dark circles, and dry eyes. To treat cataracts occurred by kidney problems, you can just take some foods which are rich in vitamin a. Also, some researches have reported that supplementing with lutein can be good for cataracts, and it will improve visual function in cataract sufferers and may slow the progression of the cataracts. By the way, you should know that cataracts are caused by progressive degeneration of the proteins that make up the lens of the eye, which eventually results in clouding of the lens.

  • No. Contact lenses should fit your eyes properly.Any smaller or bigger base curve cannot be allowed. If you wear contact lenses with 8.6, the lens will slip everytime you blink. Because the lower the number, the steeper of the curve of the lens will be. Though there is little difference between them, your eye will know. So you'd better consult your eye doctor.

  • Well, I have to admit , your question is very good, because pink eyes could be of great trouble to all of us, giving rise to a lot of uncomfort and symptoms to us, such as watery eyes, itchy eyes, excessive eye discharge,etc,. Thus, you should try to protect your eyes by making clean and proper use of your eyes, getting healthy foods and take exercise. Also, try not to use other people's eye drops, and avoid close contact. I recommend that you do not do anything stupid to get pink eyes on purpose ok?