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    1.National Vision

    650 Skymaster Blvd
    Travis Afb, CA 94535

    National Vision is a 3-star Optical Store2 Reviews

    I have purchased several pairs of glasses from this business. The staff was helpful and professional. Prices were reasonable and i received my glasses before the promised date. They even repaired a pair of glasses I hadn't even purchased from them....
  • 2.National Vision Optical

    650 Skymaster Blvd
    Travis Afb, CA 94535

    National Vision Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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    1.National Vision

    650 Skymaster Blvd
    Travis Afb, CA 94535

    National Vision is a 3-star Eye Doctor2 Reviews

    I have purchased several pairs of glasses from this business. The staff was helpful and professional. Prices were reasonable and i received my glasses before the promised date. They even repaired a pair of glasses I hadn't even purchased from them....
  • 2.Puckett Stephen C OD

    101 Bodin Cir
    Travis Afb,CA 94535

    Puckett Stephen C OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 3.Huey Larry OD

    461 Skymaster Cir
    Travis AFB,CA 94535

    Huey Larry OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Vijaya Hanumanthu, MD

    101 Bodin Cir David Grant USAF Med Ctr Travis Afb, CA 94535

    Vijaya Hanumanthu, MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 5.Dr. Michael Chyrek, OD

    David Grant Medical Center Travis Afb, CA 94535

    Dr. Michael Chyrek, OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 6.Dr. Hans Schuricht, MD

    101 Bodin Circle Travis Afb, CA 94535

    Dr. Hans Schuricht, MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 7.Huey & Hsiao Optometic Corp

    461 Skymaster Cir
    Travis Afb,CA 94535

    Huey & Hsiao Optometic Corp is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 8.Dr. William Cappiello, MD

    101 Bodin Cir Travis Afb, CA 94535

    Dr. William Cappiello, MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 9.Dr. Christopher Stanley, OD

    101 Bodin Cir Travis Afb, CA 94535

    Dr. Christopher Stanley, OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 10.Sieu Ngo, OD

    101 Bodin Cir Travis Afb, CA 94535

    Sieu Ngo, OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • National Vision

    National Vision is 3-star2 Reviews

    I dunno, ...three times I tried going here. They always quote me an expensive one. And when I told them that's out of my budget they showed no interest anymore. If you brought glasses not made by them, they would

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  • Regular eye exams are critical for detecting glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, cataracts and diabetic retinopathy. Before your eye exam, the eye doctor or an offices staff member will take your medical and vision history. You%u2019ll likely have the eye tests such as eye muscle movement test, cover test, external exam and papillary reactions, visual acuity test, radioscopy and refraction testing.

  • yes,don't worry about this cuz it is really very common.u need to caln down and keep telling urself that this is really very normal and u will be very fine.First of all,u should know that this surgery aims to get rid of debris that can cloud your vision.After this surgery,u need not to lift anything heavy or it will be bad for ur eyes' recovery.Besides,try not to do any exercise or the strain will just add the burden to ur eyes.

  • Wash your glasses often with mild soap and water. Dry with a soft cotton towel. Always wet lenses when cleaning. Avoid getting chemicals such as hair spray or cologne on lenses.
    Never use paper products, no tissues, paper towels, or napkins when cleaning.
    Microfiber cleaning cloths are excellent and washable.
    Don't lay glasses face down.always keep them in a case when not in use.Don't leave them in the sun. It can damage lens coatings and frames.

  • You can get them online,just google it. But I would not suggest doing so,having an eye exam is better for your eye health.

  • Eye irritation can always cause such condition. Burning, itchy, pain and redness are usual symptoms of it. And when you blink, the focus will not on minors and sore come into being. Bacteria also catches such chance to damage your eyes. Home remedies to control your burning is drop the counter eye drops and wash eyes with warm water. Put poor cosmetis far away from you.

  • I think that the person with squint eyes is kind of weird. In our common sense, nobody keeps squint eyes on things. In another word, it's a disease. If you realized that earlier, you need to see the doctor. Otherwise, the condition gets heavier, and you will lose your attractiveness any more.

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  • You know there are many people in the world, and some of them will be allergic to something. So this kind of people is not likely to make up or apply the mascara. As for you, if the situation is serious, you can use some eyes drop for the inflammation. We suggest you not wear contacts when you use mascara or change another brand of mascara, as some of the mascara is not produced by natural material. And the new brand mascara must be without fiber or it will block in your contacts. If the new brand has still make you feel bad, you would better not to wear make up any longer when you wear contacts.

  • A number of eye conditions can cause night blindness, including nearsightedness-blurred vision when looking at faraway objects cataracts-a clouding of the eye's lens. Retinitis pigmentosa-when dark pigment collects in your retina, creating tunnel vision.Usher syndrome-a genetic condition that affects both hearing and vision. Older adults have a greater risk of developing cataracts. Seniors are therefore more likely to suffer from night blindness than children or young adults. In rare cases, vitamin A deficiency can also lead to night blindness. Vitamin A, also called retinol, plays a role in transforming nerve impulses into images in the retina. The retina is a light-sensitive area in the back of your eye.Patients who have diseases of the liver or pancreas sometimes cannot absorb large amounts of vitamin A. So, they are at greater risk for developing night blindness, according to Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC).Patients who have high blood glucose (sugar) levels or diabetes also have a higher risk of developing eye diseases, such as cataracts.

  • The eyelash extension contains the stimulating materials which will irritate your sensitive skin. If your eyes feel hurt, you'd better stop using it. Or else, your eyes may get the infection. What's worse, your eyes may get hurt. You should use some eye drops now to release the light symptom.