M E S

M E S

(909) 948-6861

Category: Optical Stores

7145 Sapri Pl
Rancho Cucamonga,CA 91701

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  • Graves' disease is one of the important autoimmune thyroid diseases to cause hyperthyroidism. Symptoms of graves' disease are heartbeat, muscle weakness, disturbed sleep, and irritability. Graves' disease also affects the eyes, causing bulging eyes. The skin, heart, circulation and nervous system may be damaged by graves' disease. Eye sight is possible to be affected by graves' disease. For instance, corneal exposure or optic nerve compression, double vision are most commonly due to graves' disease. At this time, an oculist is your best choice to turn to for help.

  • Any optical store in your local place may have gold frame glasses. You can get your gold frame glasses easily from the optical store. However, you will find the glasses in the local optical store are very expensive. Nowadays many people are unwilling to get glasses from the real store due to their high price. Many people would rather get glasses from online optical stores which offer cheap glasses with good quality. So I suggest you order your gold frame glasses online. Just search them and you will get many websites where you can get gold frame glasses.

  • Concussion is usually caused by head trauma. In the meantime, head trauma can cause black eye too, if it is hitting in the face, especially near the eyes or nose. Usually black eyes is caused by bruise which could disapear within 3-5days. Yet if it happended along with concussion, it might indicate some other seriou injury in the head too, so be careful with it. And in this case, the black eye will take long time to disappear. You could take some action to speed up the process of heal. Stop any activity and put ice in a piece of cloth and apply to the area of the eye. Hope you could get well soon.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to go blind because of vinegar water because of its effumability which will broke your inner eye structure, like the corneal or the eye nerves. However, you should not let your eyes get the vinegar water by accident. If you get, you'd better go to the hospital to let the professional ones to wash the eyes for you.

  • How to Measure PD?

    Step 1: Stand with a friend facing you and place a millimeter ruler on the bridge of your nose. Keep the rule "0" measurement is exactly in line with the center of your left pupil. Hold the ruler straight.

    Step 2: Let your friend read the measurement between the left pupil and the right pupil while you look straight ahead.

    Step 3: For measuring a PD with high accuracy, please do it 3 times and take an average number of them as the final PD measurement.

    For those requiring bifocal or progressive lenses, we strongly recommend you get this information from your optician to ensure the accuracy of your glasses.
    Read more at https://www.firmoo.com/help-p-30.shtml

  • Long-term contact lens use can lead to alterations in corneal thickness, stromal thickness, curvature, corneal sensitivity, cell density, and epithelial oxygen uptake, etc. Other changes may include the formation of epithelial vacuoles and microcysts (containing cellular debris) as well as the emergence of polymegethism in the corneal endothelium. Decreased corneal sensitivity, vision loss, and photophobia have also been observed in patients who have worn contact lens for an extended period of time. Many contact lens-induced changes in corneal structure are reversible if contact lenses are removed for an extended period of time.

  • Yes. Usually Ortho-k lenses will lose its effectiveness after they are worn for a long time. You have to replace them one or two years. Also it is better to keep spare pairs in case you lose a lens.

  • It would be better and easier to diagnose if you could provide more backgrounds information. I am not sure whether you have any eye infection, inflammation or allergies recently. If there is no any other condition or disease associated, then you might need to consider the muscles problem which control eye rotation. No matter you need to look up-close or at distance, your muscles at back of eyes need to overcome certain diopter of convergence power in order to get focused. Maybe you should get eye specialist to check your diopters of eyes. You might need a new pair of eyeglasses prescribed. Take frequent breaks to relax your eye muscles. Do some eye exercises to enhance the alignment and power of muscles which rotate eyes. It can help strengthen the capability of focusing and alignment.

  • Well, yes, obesity can lead to some eye diseases. In some degree, it can lead to blindness. So you should pay more attention to it, if you are obese people. And maybe diet is a good way for you to avoid the diseases. Generally speaking, according to some researched, overweight and obese people with their unhealthy lifestyle could put their eyesight at risk. And many experts have said that obesity is linked to conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. But on the other hand, you should know that research shows that obesity is also linked to eye problems which could lead to sight loss. When you are obese, your blood pressure will be high and then, it can make your eye pressure high and have eye strain also. In some dangerous cases, it can lead to blindness. Anyway, just be careful about it.

  • Maybe. If you have double vision, you can hardly focus on something clearly. Then you may try to overuse your eye to see them clearly, which make your eye muscles tightened. So you are easily to get tired if you have double vision.