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Gonzales, Robert P Optometrist

Gonzales, Robert P Optometrist

(714) 543-9022

Category: Eye Doctor

1415 N Bristol St,
Santa Ana, CA 92706

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  • Yes, it can help with glaucoma. Acupuncture is a traditional medical treatment in China, which believes there is Chi traveling through the whole body. In acupuncture, doctor treat the patient with a long silver needle inserted in acupuncture points on body to stimulate the flow the Chi. Glaucoma referrs to the build up pressure in eyes which will damage optic nerves and finally lead to vision loss. So in western medical treatment, doctors prefer to monitor the pressure, and prescrib some medication to control the IOP. Because acupuncutre works to break through any blockage of Chi and blood in body, it effectively benefit glaucoma patients by promote the retrobulbar blood circulation and thus take off the pressure. Yet only well-trained people know where are those acupuncture points and suitable depth. If you want to have a try, you should go to hospital.

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  • As you have described in the question, you have the olive skin tone, so maybe the dark color contacts can be suitable for you. For example, you can wear the brown or green colored contacts which will match your skin in a perfect way. But on the other hand, when you choose a pair of contacts, you are not supposed to choose the good color only, but also pay more attention to the material and the advantages of contacts. Also, you should know what your need is so that you can choose the wonderful ones.

  • Oh, of course sometime we will buy a pair of glasses online that doesn't fit for our face. There are three ways to deal with it. One is to accept this pair of glasses and never place an order in this online store anymore. The second way is to complain about the problems that you meet and ask for a refund, but you may need to pay the shipping fees. But if you get insurance before placing this order, you just need to pay a small amount of insurance fees. This is really a better deal. The third way is to have your glasses replaced by the online store and you need to wait for another few days. It takes your times and energy. And you must be patient because the complaints will not be taken as kindly as you think. Some customers will get annoyed by the customer services and decided not to buy products in this store anymore. So before placing an order, you must be careful. Good luck!

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  • Well, it seems that you quite concerned about your vision and eye health. So, yes it is true that when we are at a young age, we will have an decreasing vision and it will cause a lot of trouble to us. However, with age, and the stable condition of our body, our myopic will cease to go worse when we enter menopause, but at that point, other problems would simply arise. Anyway, take care of your eyes thoroughout your lifespan.

  • Glasses are better. For looks i would choose contacts but contacts could damage your eyes even though there used for seeing, for example you can get red eyes, contacts could go under or over your eyes and might not be able to use that eye for life.

  • The price differs based on the different brands and quality. And I never buy the contact lenses at americas best. You'd better go to the online store and have a look. If you want to buy the ones with good quality, I think the price must be a little high. The common ones may be just about $20

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