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Gregg J. Roberts, OD

Gregg J. Roberts, OD

(949) 716-5280

Category: Eye Doctor

24953 Paseo De Valencia
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

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  • Actually the strabismus will not cause blindness and it is always born to be with. Sometimes people get this because of the after period bad habit of using eyes. However, the strabismus can be treated through the surgery. Usually the surgery is safe and effective. Just finding a good and reputable hospital is the good choice for treating the strabismus.

  • Color blindness makes you have some problems seeing red, green, or blue or a mix of these colors, however, people see no any color at all is rare. This vision problem really terrible an affect daily life too much. Glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, or diabetic retinopathy, injury to the eyes and aging are all causes of color blindness. Home remedies included wearing color contact lenses help with see differences in eyes, wearing glasses that block glare and learning to see something brightness or location, rather than colors.

  • We could say seizures are a common system in our life, there are four out of ten get this sickness. We feel uncontrollable facial movements, numbing sensations, or muscle twitches if we get this bad system. With the facial movements, our eyes will become blurred gradually without our attention. Our eyes will be bad if we get seizures with many times. That will be a bad condition if we will not take some medicine. For the medical treatment, maybe your doctor prescribe an anti-seizure medication. Your doctor will take other actions for your treatment if your situation will not become better. Such as taking special dietary changes or making a surgery to change your situation. Believe in your doctor and yourself. Hope this will help you a lot.

  • Don't worry it's normal uncomfortable when you wear them at frist time. but if you still having nauseas after several weeks go to see a dotctor maybe your prescription is not correct

  • Yes, nowadays some people just DIY their sunglasses with duct tape so as to look personalized and fashionable as well as preventing too much light coming into their eyes. First of all, you can pull out some duct tape, tape four strips together and then secure them so as to allow only a small slit of light coming in. Another option is just to tape the duct tape to itself instead of sticking the glue directly on your glasses. After doing this, use some duct tape strips to hold it to the top and bottom edges of the lenses. Then a simple duct tape sunglasses are made. If you would like to get to know more information on making duct tape sunglasses, you can refer to the following web site.

  • No, the contacts prescription are usually lower than glasses cuz they are worn directly on the eyes. When you are getting contacts, you are required to have an eye exam and take the prescription for contacts.

  • Well, yes, they can be contagious. First you should know that the herpes virus can spread from the eye’s surface layers to deeper parts of the cornea. So if no proper treatment is applied, it can be dangerous. Also, active herpes virus in the eye can be contagious through close contact, bringing inflammation and scarring of the cornea. If you have eye herpes, it can lead to other symptoms, such as irritation, sudden and severe ocular pain, cloudy cornea and blurry vision, sore and red eye, and headache. To treat it, you can use anti-viral eye drops and ointments, which are effective to treat superficial corneal infections. Anyway, you can have a try.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to cause the falling of eyelashes because of using birth control which may change the hormone amount in your body. You could use the vitamin E to adopt on the surface of the eyelashes to make them grow. It is effective and workable which you could have a try.

  • you have to look at a sheet of some metal in order not to damage your eyes internally

  • Hello, I have suffered from dry eyes, blurry vision, itchy morning eyes and aching eyeballs from working long hours on a laptop computer. Quite accidentally I found a cure that works for me! One week at work I seemed to be CRAVNG Japanese food. A Japanese restaurant is just walking distance from my office. Three days in a row I walked to the Japanese restaurant for lunch! After my third trip to the Japanese restaurant I noticed that particular afternoon that my eyes were producing more tears, I was blinking more often while working on the "tube" and my saliva also seemed to have increased! My eyes did not "ache" at the end of that work day! I believe I have traced it to the large bowl of miso soup (with extra seaweed!) I habitually consumed at the start of my lunches at the Japanese restaurant! As a test I purchased instant miso soup at my local health food store... careful to select a brand of instant miso soup which listed seaweed as one of the ingredients! I think the instant miso soup mix contained a seaweed named "dulse". Instead of coffee or tea I now make a cup of hot miso soup as a beverage whenever I am working long hours on my laptop. This has seemingly "cured" my dry eye and aching eyeballs. I know this seems too simple but it has worked quite well for me. I believe the iodine in the seaweed provides me with just the right amount of iodine supplementation to stimulate production of tears and offset the eyestrain I was suffering from... It may have been that I was suffering from borderline hyperthyroidism or somesuch! I don't really know all of the science behind iodine deficiency but I do know sea vegetables (kelp, dulce... etc.) contain trace amounts of iodine. I also purchased sea kelp granules at my local health food store. It is packaged in a round cardboard "shaker" container something like sea salt is packaged. I add about 1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon of kelp granules to home made soups, broths and gravies etc. I also sprinkle the kelp granules on salads after tossing the salad with balsamic vinegar and olive oil. The kelp granules then "stick" to the salad greens. This is another easy way to get your daily requirement of iodine. I keep a cardboard shaker of kelp granules in my computer laptop knapsack. I carry the kelp granulse in my jacket pocket so I may sprinkle some on whatever I am having for lunch. This has worked for me. Try it! Who knows? It may work for you! BTW I have been sipping a cup of hot miso soup while writing this response!