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Larry Leiske, MD

Larry Leiske, MD

760-864-1599

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39700 BOB HOPE DR Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

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  • Yes you can.Take your glasses to nearby optical store and ask them to add the coating for you.But it may cost more to have the coating only.

  • Several factors may determine how often you need go to have your eye checked, including your age, health and risk of developing eye problems. General guidelines include: Children 5 years and younger. For children under 3, your pediatrician will likely look for the most common eye problems - lazy eye, crossed eyes or turned-out eyes. Depending on your child's willingness to cooperate, his or her first more comprehensive eye exam should be done between the ages of 3 and 5.School-age children and adolescents. Have your child's vision checked before he or she enters first grade. If your child has no symptoms of vision problems and you don't have a family history of vision problems, have your child's vision rechecked every two years. If your child does have vision problems or a family history of vision problems, have your child's vision rechecked as advised by your eye doctor.Adults. In general, if you're healthy and have no symptoms of vision problems, you should have your vision checked every five to 10 years in your 20s and 30s. Between ages 40 and 65, have your vision checked every two to four years. After age 65, get your eyes checked every one to two years. If you wear glasses, have a family history of eye disease or have a chronic disease that puts you at greater risk of eye disease, such as diabetes, have your eyes checked more frequently.

  • From your description, I speculate that the environment you work may do effect on your eyes. I am really surprised what kinds of jobs you engaged in. Doing about information technology in front of computer? Or engage on the labor work like electrical welding? Or even often appearing at the boisterous singing hall? Please don't mind what I mentioned here. I just want to confirm the fact and tell you that all of these may lead your eyes to feel burning after a long day's hard working. As we know, as long as one spend more than 3 hours to read, to see the computer or stare at the telephone screen without a little rest, he will feel very tired and the eye is burning. At this time, our only habit is to rub our eyes in order to let it feel better and more comfortable. The fact is, however, that the unclear hands bring many hidden bacteria, which might have the risk of the inflammation of your eyes (That is also what you said the burning eyes). Besides, the decline of liver function and external factors like dirt and wind, etc may do contribution to the burning eyes. Thus, when you feel very eye burning, I suggest your first choice is to visit the eye doctor to see if you affected the trachoma or red eye or not. If you are told ''NO'', you can be relaxed. And just pay attention to the habit of your living life. Wash hands frequently, take a regular break and have a enough rest are necessary. If possible, take a overlook from a distance to the green of the nature.

  • It is quite possible. We all know that allergies might cause conjunctivitis, which gives you swelling eyelids, sensitivity to light, pain in eyes and blurred vision. It is kind of emergency, so I suggest you to visit a doctor at once. Conjunctivitis refers the inflammation of conjunctiva which is the transparent protective covering on eyeball. Allergic conjunctivitis is very common and very possible. If the allergy is severe, it might cause breathing problem for swelling respiratory tract. It could be very dangerous. If treated properly, the symptoms can go away soon. Good luck to you.

  • It is strange,I never have such feeling.Maybe you have some vision problems.

  • My mum has a pair of scratched reading glasses. There are so many deep scratches on the lenses. Once I suggested her to throw them away and bought a pair of new reading glasses. She said that she seldom used them so she didn't need to buy a pair of new reading glasses. But I think she is not right. The scratched glasses will blur our vision and we can't see things clearly. This may lead to eye strain. If the scratches on your glasses are also very deep, they can't be removed. I suggest you to throw them away and buy a pair of new glasses. You can buy a pair of glasses online because the glasses sold online are much cheaper than that in local eyeglasses stores.

  • First and foremost, a hot compress is one good option for treating eye stye, thus you can apply a clean warm wet cloth on your eyes and press gently on the affected area for a few minutes. And you can take a cup of water and dissolve 2 to 3 granules of alum in it to work as eyewash to relieve your eye stye. Or you can take a raw egg and separate the white from the yellow, and you place the white in a paper towel to keep it on the stye for 15 minutes each day. Additionally, you can place grated potato over the eyes to reduce swelling in inflamed eyes.

  • At the beach, you need to keep your eyeglasses from sand, which will scratch your lenses. Moreover, you also need to keep your eyeglasses from sunshine.

  • First of all, you should take child to see the eye doctor in order to diagnose the nature of the crossed eyes/strabismus and the degree of the pathological changes, say, whether this will affect the eyesight or not. Then based on the different conditions, doctors usually carry out related therapeutic schedules. Often, the treatments mainly conclude: The optometrist helps examine children's eyes and prescribe right glasses, which do contribute to correct vision; The eye doctor write a prescription for medical expulsive treatment; Do a regular training for children with amblyopic; Have your children finish a surgery of vision correction, which is the most direct way to help children get rid of crossed eye.

  • It is not unusual for an older individual with cataract to develop a Macular Degeneration. because cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye. Cataracts that significantly interfere with vision can be surgically removed. While cataract surgery cannot improve the vision loss due to retinal degeneration, it can alleviate the added loss caused by the cataract, Whether or not surgery improves the vision often depends on the extent of retinal changes. Because surgery is not advised for everyone, it is important to discuss the details of your individual case with an eye care professional.