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Robert L Shapiro, OD FAAO

Robert L Shapiro, OD FAAO

(213) 627-5911

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

555 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90013

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  • Ok, from what you said I can see that your eyes have got some problems, which make you feel quite uncomfortable sometimes. Anyway, it is true that daily contact lenses have got high percentage of water, which could relieve your dry eyes. However, since you might have got dry eyes, it would not be wise for you to wear contact lenses. Just try not to wear them before you get recovered. Try to get more vegetables and fruits, and vitamin pills such as B series.

  • Of course not. Although there is no specific limitation of temperature. It has rules that firefighters can not wear contact lenses, otherwise the contact lenses may melt in their eyes. As we know, when you buy a pair of contact lenses, the seller may tell dos and don'ts. Certainly, he will tell you pay attention to temperature extremes such as fireplace.

  • well, It's been 11 days and I still have not gotten a call saying there ready

  • Some superglue got on my sunglass lens.Can I use acetate to remove glue?

  • I suggest you get it from online optical stores where the prices are much lower than in the brick-and-mortar optical stores. But generally speaking, it will take about 1 week or even more to get it cuz the glasses may be shipped from the overseas countries. If you aren't in urgent need of it I think this may be a good way. As for eye exam, I just found this link https://www.whatclinic.com/eye-clinics/philippines/eye-exam for you. Hope this will be helpful.

  • When something punctures your eye, you should stay calm and do not be panic though the injury is very painful. You should leave the thing that punctures your eyes where it is. Do not try to pull it out or rub the affected eye. Wrapping a bandage to fix the poking object in place can be applied, but you should be careful when doing this and avoid pushing or moving the object. Get something to shield your eyes. Putting a paper cup over your injured eye is a helpful protection. The next thing you should do is rushing to the emergency room or urgent care center immediately. You can also call 911 for help. Since a surgery is quite necessary in this situation, you should lose no time to get treatment.

  • As you your question, I have to tell you, pulling on eyes, generally speaking will not cause wrinkles. Why? This is because wrinkles are basically generated from aging, and people will gradually develop wrinkles when they begin to show sign of aging. So, it seems that you at that old right?? So, there is no point in worry too much about it. But, I should warn you that pulling on the eyes is not good , which may give rise to your appearance. Anyway, nobody wants to give it a try.

  • Eye exercises are good for our eyes. They can relax our strained eye muscles. But you can't rely on them to help improve your eyesight because they can't do that for you. I think there isn't any limit to how bad our vision could be, because you can't see all things clearly and you can just see the things in a very near distance clearly don't have any differences. You may need glasses too. So I strongly suggest you to have an eye exam and get a pair of prescription glasses to correct your vision problems.

  • Yes, you could do the surgery to treat the glaucoma which could cure your eyes in the effective and safe way. Usually the good hospital will provide the surgery with 100% promise of treatment. Thus, you'd better choose the creditable hospital. After the surgery, you'd better have the good rest for the eyes.

  • Yes,you can. By the way, I should remain you that your prescription is changing when you are pregnant but it will return into normal again after pregnancy. So it is not an urgent case. If you really want to have a check of your eyes, you are suggested to just have it not to take the prescribed medicines.