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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 Phelan of California. 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.Bryan Vanesian Od

    4355 Phelan Rd
    Phelan, CA 92371-7675

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    Optical stores in Phelan offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Phelan 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.Dr Bryan Vanesian Od

    4355 Phelan Rd V
    Phelan, CA 92371-7675

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  • 3.Rce Construction

    7626 Muscatel Rd
    Phelan, CA

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    1.Vanesian Bryan D OD

    4355 Phelan Rd
    Phelan,CA 92371

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    In the Phelan, 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.Hoggarth Curtis C OD

    3936 Phelan Rd Ste A8
    Phelan,CA 92371

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  • 3.Bryan Vanesian Od

    12100 Palmdale Rd,
    Adelanto, CA 92301

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  • 4.Buena Vista Eyecare

    12100 Palmdale Rd Ste B10,
    Adelanto, CA 92301

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  • 5.Dr Bryan Vanesian

    4355 Phelan Rd
    Phelan,CA 92371

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  • 6.Rce Construction

    7626 Muscatel Rd
    Phelan, CA

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  • 7.Dr Bryan Vanesian Od

    4355 Phelan Rd V
    Phelan, CA 92371-7675

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  • 8.Bryan Vanesian Od

    4355 Phelan Rd
    Phelan, CA 92371-7675

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  • Well, there are various reasons can cause double vision, such as brain injury, orbital fracture, cataracts or eye muscle disorder. Besides, in order to push blood through our circulatory system, the heart needs to exert a specific amount of pressure in our body. While, hypotension, so-called low blood pressure, will occur when the pressure slumps to levels below normal levels. As a result, side effects resulting from low blood pressure in our body may affect the functions of our eye muscle. Furthermore, it is worth mentioning that low blood pressure is likely to cause double vision. I mean, it usually leads to a blurred vision, what is worse than that, you may develop condition like shock. Avoid worsen the condition into some irreparable damages, you need to see a doctor, especially the low blood pressure is attributed to the certain medications, emotional stressors, Parkinson's disease or dehydration.

  • Wow, discount sounds nice! If you want to get discount reading glasses, you shall focus on the promotion campaigns launched by online glasses vendors or entity outlets. For example, some online glasses stores are giving away reading glasses for free or at a discount. You gotta catch the opportunity.

  • Eye stye is a kind of acute purulent inflammation around the eyelash caused by staphylococcus infection. The main clinical manifestations are local redness, swelling, yellow purulent point. Eye stye is not contagious. The people whose body resistance is weak and constipation are more likely to suffer from this disease. However, eye stye is a kind of purulent inflammation, you’d better to avoid to share the same washbasin, towels and other daily necessities.

  • Well, yes, vitamin d can be good for eyes. And also, it can help prevent early age-related macular degeneration. According to a new study, we have known that high levels of vitamin D may be able to prevent or slow the process of macular degeneration. Boosting vitamin D intake could help to prevent age-related diseases, in particular loss of vision and blindness. Also, Vitamin D has anti-inflammatory properties, and inflammation has played a big part in macular degeneration. Vitamin D treatment also reduced numbers of cells called macrophages, which play a vital role in the immune system and can also trigger inflammation. So you can intake more foods which is rich with vitamin d. for example, you can eat more fish, such as catfish, eggs, and cod liver oil. Also, you should know that vitamin a is also important for eyes.

  • The anwser is actually yes. A fibromyalgia might affect eyes' function more or less. As a matter of fact, fibromyalgia is a kind of nonarticular rheumatism, the most representative symptom of this disease is mostly parts of the musculoskeletal system feeling pain and stiff, eyes is one of the parts. What's worse, it can even give rise to many disease such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and so on. The other reason which lead to eyes problem is lacking of rest. People who get fibromyalgia can not have a good rest. It means they have dyssomnia, which will also have a marked impact of eyes' regular circulation finally cause eye pain. Thus, if you got this disease, you'd better to see a doctor to recover it as soon as possible.

  • The most common cause of watery eyes is chronic irritation of the eyes, typically from exposure to irritating substances in the air such as dust particles, or from eye allergies. The chronic irritation to the surface of the eyes caused by these conditions stimulates tear production as a defense mechanism, which leads to the watery eyes. Other symptoms that are associated with chronic irritation of the eyes would include eye redness and eye itching. Another, much rarer, cause of excessive tearing is obstruction or partial blockage of the tear duct that is supposed to drain the tears away from the corner of the eye into the nasal passages.When you go to see your primary care doctor, in addition to evaluating you for chronic eye irritation as the cause of your excessive tearing, they will also be able to assess if you might have any duct blockage.

  • Ok, I can see that there is something wrong with you. Because generally speaking, we don't have twitching eyes, and they could be seen as a sign of health problems. Such as sleep deprivation, a lack of vitamins, some inner disorders, etc. Anyway, the causes of that is various and you'd better try to get some medical checkup to see what happened to your health. Hope you recover soon.

  • Yes. You can get a free eye test through NHS if you are over 60. There are some other conditions that allow people to get a free eye test through NHS. People who are diagnosed with glaucoma or at the risk of developing glaucoma can get a free eye exam according to NHS. And people who are diagnosed with diabetic and blindness or partially sighted can aslo get a free eye test according to NHS.

  • I think that all depends - in my son's case, he has a severe nystagmus (his eye flutters left to right constantly because of a hole in his pupil, parts of his eye, etc). So if he is refracted and wears glasses, looking through the refraction helps him temporarily yet over the course of hours, that extra focusing tires his eye and decreases his vision.It is said as well that by wearing glasses, you teach your eyes to be lazier meaning that they have a harder time focusing on the same material once you take them off. But the argument also stands that without glasses, headaches, eye strain and fatigue are huge factors - I prefer to wear the blasted glasses!

  • Well, generally speaking, blinking can be kind of normal for people. But on the other hand, if someone like you suffers from unmoral blinking, we can say that is an eye problem. Generally speaking, some blinking occurs when the eye is exposed to an irritant, such as a spec of dust. Also, according to some researches, a healthy individual who blinks excessively may be responding to a side effect of a medication especially a stimulant. And besides, psychological discomfort or even an allergy can just cause it too. So for your situation, I have to say that it can be caused by some allergies. So anyway, just find the real reasons.