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Mesa Optometry Center

Mesa Optometry Center

858-292-1700

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

5450 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92117-2360

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  • Well, yes, actually old people have to wear reading glasses to have reading. And we can say that they get presbyopia, which is a condition, caused by aging. When old people get this kind of disease, it will be difficult to read small words at close distances or to work on the computer for long periods of time. Of course, the most common reason why people get presbyopia, it can be related to aging. According to some researches, age-related changes will occur within the proteins in the lens, and then, it will make the lens harder and less elastic over time. That is why when we get older, the presbyopia will occur and it may become worse. And then, reading glasses are needed to have reading.

  • It is not possible for people to change the color of eyes when they expose eyes in the sun. The color of eyes is born to be as they are. And there are many ultraviolet rays which are harmful to the eyes in the sunshine. So if people just watch the sun straight, their eyes will get hurt. To be more serious, their eyes may get blindness. To change the color of the eyes, you can just wear cosmetic contact lenses.

  • Yes, if you wear it for a long time. No matter how good the quality is, it will make your eyes feel tired. So I suggest you don't do that. Because we wear 3D glasses is for the 3D effect of movie, it is not very comfortable to wear 3D glasses. And 3D glasses are expensive. Maybe you can find some other interesting glasses to wear instead of 3D glasses.

  • After the cataract surgery, you'd better have a good rest for the eyes. You should not let the eyes see the strong lights. You'd better stay at home and close your eyes. However, your problem may be caused by not well protection for the eyes after the cataract surgery. It is not normal. You'd better go to see the doctor and have a full check on the eyes.

  • Personally speaking, I would not suggest people to wear contacts. There is a higher risk of getting infection than wearing glasses. But to your question, I think don't wear your contacts when you use the computer otherwise your eyes could get extremely dry and can even hurt.

  • It seem very annoying to get a tiny eyelash stuck in the corner of your eyes. OK, do not feel so bad any longer because here I want to share some tips of getting it out of your eyes. 1. Let somebody to blow into your eyes to make the eyelash "fly" out of the eye. 2.Just keep winking your eyes hard in which way the eyelash may get out of the eye automatically. 3.Pinch the skin of your eyelid and flap it with your finger slightly and maybe the eyelash will pop out suddenly. 4.You can also wash your eyes with clear and warm running water, splashing some drops into the eye every time and keep doing this for dozens of times. And you will surprisingly find that the eyelash will no longer be in the corner of the eye any more.

  • Infection is a possible side effect from corneal transplant. Cornea is a transparent dome-shaped protective covering on eyeball, so it has no blood vessels on cornea. Cornea is full of nerve ends, which make itself extremely sensitive. Because there is no blood vessels on cornea, so this grafting is highly successful that rejection is rare cases. But because of no blood vessels, the wound grows very slow on cornea. This opening wound makes it very easy to get infected. Any bacteria or virus or microorganism will make your cornea infected. It is hard to say which infection is more common. To prevent infection is easy. You doctor will prescribe you some antibiotics prophlaxis. Infections occur but rare as long as if you take medications as doctor prescribed and take good care of your eyes until they are completely healed up.

  • In general, the relationship between alcohol intake and macular degeneration needs further investigation. Taking alcohol may play a role in the development of macular degeneration. However, it is not obviously connected with the risk of getting a macular degeneration. Actually macular degeneration is the common cause of blindness in the elderly. As a matter of fact, taking foods rich in certain carotenoids, in particular dark green, vegetables, may decrease the risk of developing macular degeneration. So a healthy and balanced diet is of much importance in avoiding macular degeneration.

  • As you mentioned, botox caused the same symptom as you in many other people. Botox can really cause eye strain and some other eye problems. But eye strain has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, depression. So don't have no other new botox at this time, and do not take any other medications for an interaction to occur. You should stop taking them, and have not had this pain since. Hope my suggestion can help you.

  • Well, looks like you want to use the contact lenses without refilling and soaking your lenses right? So, as you can see, some of solution in the package has been produced for a long time and is not well kept, which might lead to some slight problems. So, I recommend that you soak the lenses in fresh solution before wearing them, that would be much safer don't you think? Hope you find this useful.