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Dr. Valerie Sheety, OD

Dr. Valerie Sheety, OD

(714) 645-1200

Category: Eye Doctor

1200 N Tustin Ave Santa Ana, CA 92705

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  • Hi I have a question, i see a lot of products in this shop, I have made a screenshot of some products, https://screenshot.photos/cheaperinthisshop that you also sell in your store. But there items are 22% cheaper, well my question is what is the difference between your product, is it the quality or something else, I hope you can answer my question. Sincerely Audry Hoysted "Sent from my Ipad"

  • Sometimes, it is really difficult to spot which one is fake von zipper sunglasses. To get real one, you shall buy von zipper sunglasses in their retail store. I know they have a store in the Seattle, WA. Besides, they also sell the sunglasses online. Hope you can find their sites. Anyway, here i find a video which teach you to spot fake von zipper sunglasses at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FZA_WXPDHY. Good luck.

  • Dr. Goadsby and Dr. Schankin from UCSF are 100% committed to this research, and are very motivated to help find the cause and hopefully a treatment plan.

    To participate in this Visual Snow study you must:

    1) Suffer from 24/7 visual snow
    2) live in the U.S.
    3) Be willing to travel to San Francisco for testing
    4) complete a short, very simple phone interview to determine if you are eligible
    5) Must be between the ages of 18 - 55

    Contact details for the study can be found on https://www.eyeonvision.org or contact the doctors directly at VS-Research@Neurology.ucsf.edu

    These doctors 100% believe in this condition, and that is a great comfort to many patients.

  • Well, yes, mold can just lead to red eyes, so you should be careful about it. Generally speaking, exposure to mold can and does affect people differently, and it can enter into the human body, such as a person's sinuses and lungs. Also, it can just get into the eyes. That is why there are more and more people who are getting eye infection from mold. And when eye infection occurs, your eyes will be red, itchy, uncomfortable. To treat it, first, you should stay away from mold. Also, for your red eyes, just have some cold compresses, and it can be effective.

  • 50 means the width of the lens, 18 means the distance of the bridge, 140 means the length of the temple or the arm.

  • So, I don't know what it is precisely, but here my advice for you is to soak the contact lenses into your solution case then try to flush your contacts with clean water. If the smudges do not go away, then you probably should throw them away because you cannot expect to take them off by hand right, that would lead to scratched contact lenses.

  • Well, generally speaking, there are many factors which can lead to burning eyes, such as eye infection and high eye pressure. But for your situation, I think it may be because of the eye infection. At this moment, you need to try some ways to treat your burning eyes. For example, you can have some cold compresses, and put some cool ice or cool cucumbers on your eyes. In that way, it can relieve your symptom and make you feel well. Also, for burning eyes, high eye pressure can be fatal, especially in summer. So I will suggest you have a good rest and that can be good for your eyes. of course, a pair of sunglasses can be perfect.

  • No, it is not possible for the eyes to change the color with the weather. The color of eyes is fixed according to the genetic endowment when you are a child. Thus, it will not change with the weather. When you find the eyes change the color, you'd better go to see the doctor and have a check on the eyes.

  • Yes, it is quite harmful for you to wear the eye contacts for too long a time. The longest time to wear eye contacts every day is eight hours. And if people usually wear the contacts more than eight hours every day, they will easily get keratitis. This is because that the eye contacts are in direct touch with the cornea in the eyes. And the cornea is the passageway for the eyes to transport water, oxygen, and wastes of metabolism. Long time of wearing the eye contacts can to some extent hinder the normal operation of the cornea, and as time goes by, people may get keratitis. Therefore, the best way is to wear contacts for less than eight hours every day, less than five days a week.

  • The most possible factor is that your cold cause watery eyes. Cold is easy to cause eye infection because of bacteria and virtues. Eye infection included eye pain, eye redness, pink eye and some other eye problems. Cold is also commonly due to bacteria and germs enter our body and some organs occur problems, and then cause some eye problems, such as watery eyes, dry eyes, eye pain and so on.