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Dr. Lisa Garbutt, MD

Dr. Lisa Garbutt, MD

(858) 254-5753

Category: Eye Doctor

200 W Arbor Dr San Diego, CA 92103

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  • Yea, you had better go to consult an eye doctor, especially when you have such symptoms present as eye pain, including pain associated with bright light, blurred vision and redness in the eye, especially near the iris. To cure iritis, you need to visit your eye doctor frequently and take prescription medications that your eye doctor prescribes. Medications in the form of eye drops or pills can widen the pupil and prevent spasm of the iris muscles, hence allowing for the promotion of the process of healing and helping decrease the pain in the eye. In severe cases where the iritis is caused due to virus or bacteria, systemic steroids may be needed to decrease the inflammation of the iritis. Also you can take some mild analgesics sucha as acetaminophen or ibuprofen to relieve the discomfort. If you feel eye pain under the light, wear dark glasses to avoid it. Wish you recover soon.

  • During the eye exam, doctor will use dilating eye drops to make your pupil looks larger. Then it is easy for the doctor to examine the inside of the eyes and diagnose and treat eye diseases. Light sensitivity and blurry vision are the side effect of using dilating eye drops. However, Both side effects gradually disappear.

  • When some people wear the contact lenses at first time, they are easy to have dry and burning eyes. Generally, we don't suggest that use regular eye drops at this condition. Because normal patients don't really know about what the functions of the common eye drops contain. So it is quiet easy for them to make a mistake in choosing eye drops, which may lead to the high eye pressures and even the glaucoma or neuratrophy. That is, eye "burning". And as long as you stop to use them, the symptoms of conjunctival congestion will become more heavy and serious. However, if your dry eyes feel uncomfortable and you really need to use eye drops when you wear the contact lenses like your friends and classmates, you must know that they use the specific chloramphenicol eye drops not the random ones according to experts. Such eye drops we also call as artificial tears. Only using these eye drops can your eyes get a moisturized and protected function.

  • Black eyes are most commonly due to eye injury and face injury. I think the most unwell is the blacks are so noticeable, I don't like them. Black eyes will irritate other eye problems, such as pink eyes, red eyes and dry eyes. Then your eyes begin to feel irritation, pain and burning. In order to heal them in a short time, people seek all kinds of ways. That is, different people use various ways to solute this confusion. Tea tree oil is one kind of aromatherapy oils. In China, tea is the common soft drink like coffee in western countries. I have heard that tea tree oil can help to build normal blood circles and reduce extravagated blood, even does works on swelling. Meanwhile tea contains high vegetable oil and vitamins which are good to protect wrinkles and white skin. If you're a girl, you must see that tea facial cleanser, tea masks and tea skin protection. All in all, tea tree oil works for black eyes indeed. You can apply them on injury eyes and massage by fingers round by round 10 minutes once a day.

  • No. Since this procedure does not take long, general anesthesia is unnecessary. Instead, the doctor will use a local or topical anesthetic to numb your eye and you will remain awake during the procedure. In most cases, "twilight sleep" is induced by an anesthesiologist to make you more relaxed.

  • They can protect your eyes from glare differently, and they also can help you see some items more clearly. Which one proper for you depend on where you will be using your sunglasses, and your own eyes. Blue tints are best for partly cloudy or even sunny situations. They allow the maximum amount of available blue light, and are often used in sunglasses for tennis, shooting in certain situations, winter sports, and even golf. While rose and pink tints give the highest contrast of all the tints, and give great low-light resolution. They are excellent for high-contrast sports like skiing. You can prepare different sunglasses for different occasion.

  • As a matter of fact, I quite understand your concern for you really care about your eye health. From my perspective, I would say, dandruff would not lead to damages to your eyes unless you directly put dandruff into your eyes, but that is impossible right? And since there is little connections between eyes and dandruff, you just need to take it easy. And try to avoid some other irritation sources to your eyes.

  • The advantage of soft contact lenses is comfort. The function of more powerful to lock water can make you feel comfortable in long-term wearing, therefore, it fit to many people. The advantages of hard contact lenses is oxygen permeability, because eyes need to rely on oxygen and water to have metabolism, so an adequate supply of oxygen is the basic element to keep eyes healthy. The lenses of hard contact is forming good, it can use for a long time and also easier to maintenance. You can choose the suitable contact according to your own situation.

  • Castor oil is eatable oil with lots of functions. For medical usage, it can used in constipation relief, inflammation treatment, and even labor induction. Castor oil can also be effective in treating dry eyes. Many artificial tears contain castor oil. Castor oil alone may treat dry eyes better than the marketed eye drops. Use a clean dropper, wash it thoroughly with soapy water, and rinse well. Suck 100-percent pure castor oil into the clean dropper. Drop one drop of oil into each eye three times per day.

  • Of course not. As we all know, at present the water in the ocean are polluted seriously because of a surge of development .Moreover, the water in the ocean contains significant amounts of dissolved salts and bacterium which will do harm to our eyes. In that case, our eyes may be infected or we will get sore eyes. So I advise you to wear goggles and not to open your eyes in the ocean.