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Groves Offices

Groves Offices

661-746-2765

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

550 Central Ave
Shafter, CA 93263-2122

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  • Ok, from what I know, wearing contact lenses would not change the shape of your eyes if you use them properly. On the contrary, some people try to wear eyeglasses for a long time and they tend to have a pair of changed eyes, which is ugly, and contact lenses could better in this case. However, contact lenses would add some health risks to your eyes because they might lead to some infections if not kept properly.

  • In most people's mind, pink eye is contagious. I was told so when I was just a little girl that only one eye contact with the people infected will spread the pink eye to me. Pink eye is the so called conjunctivitis in medical term, referring to the infection or inflammation of conjunctiva. According to different triggers, there are mainly three types of conjunctivitis, viral, bacterial and allergic conjunctivitis. If it is caused by allergic reaction, it is not contagious. Get out of touch with allergens can make the reaction go very soon. Yet if it is bacterial or viral conjunctivitis, then it is strongly contagious. Sharing the same towel or rubbing eyes with contaminated hands can easily cause infection. Some virus, for example herpes, is very strong, and it could cause infection by using the same toilet, and it tends to last for months even years. To avoid infection, you should pay more attention on hygiene habit. Don't share towel and cups with others. Never rub your eyes with hands, especially with hands you didn't wash. If you need to share the toilet with the infected person, then remember to sterilize it each time before you use it.

  • No. Glaucoma will not cause blindness necessarily. Most glaucoma can be cured by surgery or medication if it is detected in quite early state. My mother had just gone through glaucoma surgery and now she has really good vision.

  • Novelty sunglasses are available these days for kids. Novelty sunglasses with different styles, shapes,designs and colors are popular with many kids who want to wear them just for fun in a special occasion. If you want to get novelty sunglasses for your daughter's birthday, sunglasses shaped in fruits and cute flowers with bright colors like green, pink, yellow and green will meet your needs. Just search them online and there are so many choice for you.

  • Blinking is not a problem as your eye is propped open throughout the procedure by the lid speculum. When the cornea flap is being created, you will not be able to move your eye as it is held firmly by the strong suction force exerted through the suction ring. During the laser phase, you are required to keep your gaze fixed at the blinking red light straight ahead. Do not worry that your eye may inadvertently drift away as the surgeon is closely monitoring the procedure throughout and can halt treatment at any time should drifting occur. In addition, all modern lasers have a sophisticated built-in eye tracking system that will actively follow any small movements of your eye. This will ensure that the laser treatment is applied at the right spot throughout the procedure.

  • Nowadays, we often suffer eye strain. Eye yoga will help you relieve from eye strain and tension because the ophthalmic, or eye, nerves will get enough supply of blood by doing yoga eye exercises. If you keep doing it, your vision will become better.

  • It would last 2 to 3 days normally. The eye sty is small bump that would appear on the outside or inside of the eyelid. It causes by clogged eyelid glands of debris, bacteria, or excess oil that the person get. When getting the eye sty, it would be sensitive to the light. To treat it, you can use warm towel to compress your eyelid for 10 minutes, and repeat it about 4 times per day. Or you can use eye drops to cure the infection.

  • It would depend on if they have the contacts of your prescription in stock. If your eyes fit some average,it is possible that you will get them the same day. If it is the first time your wear contacts, the optomitrist will give you a pair of "tester" contacts and decide which type suits you best.

  • Well, from what I know, it is true that progressive sunglasses could be great use to you. Because with a pair of progressive glasses, your vision could be under control, and your process of getting nearsighted could be slowed down. However, progressive glasses would make you addicted to glasses and you cannot take them off unless you try to get lasik eye surgery. Just try to make proper use of your eyes and be careful.

  • Well, in my opinion, it can be because of the eye pain you have got when you are in the eye exam. Generally speaking, when you have an eye exam, it will make your eyes focus on the points for a long time. And then the light can go through your eyes to check it. In this way, it can lead eye strain. And then lead to eye pressure. As we know that eye pressure can lead to dilate pupils. So that is the reason. Also, hyperventilation, muscle tensions are also the most common causes to dilated pupils. But maybe it can be fine in a few days. So you should not worry about it.