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Anne Savko

Anne Savko

(805) 650-2020

Category: Eye Doctor

801 S Victoria Ave
Ventura, CA 93003

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  • It depends on how well your recovery is after cataract surgery. it is very common for people to go back for work in just a few days after cataract surgery. But it is suggested that patients should rest at least for 3 days after cataract surgery.

  • Day and night contact lenses are type of lenses that allow you wearing when you sleep. With it, it allow you leave them in for weeks at a time. There are contact lenses that you can change out once a month. From this point, you will always get normal vision again without taking laser surgery. Besides, the day and nigh contact lenses are disposable. You needn't clean it regularly.

  • You'd better not allow your baby watch TV because it will hurt her eyes. The visual regulation function of the baby is not perfect, so the vision is difficult to regulate and adapt itself under the stimulation of the blaze. However, the baby prefers those programs with frequent flickering screen and strong color stimulation. And the development of the regulation systems of refraction and position of eye has not been perfect yet, watching TV does harm to their vision. In addition, if the baby watches TV for a long time, she will get eye fatigue, under such circumstances, she will tilt her head unwittingly to see the screen clearly and it will lead to strabismus. The electromagnetic wave of TV radiation is also bad for the baby's health when watching TV, so I advise you not to allow your baby to watch TV.

  • For me what has helped is living on milk for eight years. I find when I eat solid food my eyes hurt. But when I live on cow milk, mostly nonfat, my eyes feel okay. So basically I live 90 or 100% on cow milk, mostly nonfat. For six years living on cow milk was sufficient to deal with my eye pain. Then about two years ago I found I was tired and I couldn't shake it. So I added going to daily Catholic Mass. And that has been sufficient, the combination of going to Mass and living on cow milk is enough to keep me reasonably healthy and my eyes feeling okay without drops. I can't exactly recommend living on milk because it hasn't been proven to be a safe diet by medical authorities. But it has worked wonderfully for me, and I don't think my body works too differently than other people's.

  • The pupil is mainly affected by the two groups of muscle innervations, when you are frightened or get emotional volatility, your pupils will become big because of sympathetic stimulation. In addition, it is normal for pupils become big when dim light enters eyes, so when you work at night, you‘d better choose a brighter lamp to prevent bigger pupils. Another reason is the excitement of the parasympathetic nerve, when you breathe deeply or does too much brain work, it will cause big pupils owning to the parasympathetic nerve. In this case, please give yourself enough time to take a break.

  • Here are a few tips for choosing a frame that will make your nose look smaller:
    Widen the lenses-frames that place the lenses further apart help to diminish the other facial features,especially the nose. The larger the appearance of the glasses,the smaller the other areas of the face will appear.

    Go heavy on the frame-a thicker, denser frame style will call attention to itself, and draw the eyes of onlookers horizontally towards the ears. Solid plastic frames will accomplish this much better than than thin metal frames. Which blend into the face.
    Lower the Bridge %u2013 a high-set bridge lowers the lenses, placing them alongside the nose and increasing the effect of size and mass in that area. Conversely, a lower-set bridge will raise the lenses a bit, drawing them away from the nose area.
    Go Square %u2013 experiment with a square- or rectangular-shaped lens frame. Round shapes will blend with the nose, adding to the illusion of size; blocky shapes will delineate the face better and draw attention from the nose.
    Keep it Dark %u2013 again, your goal is highlight the size of the frame, and dark, solid colors will do so far better than clear, wire-thin, or light-colored frames. Darker colors add boldness and heft to the frame. Nothing works better than the darkest color, and it%u2019s the one that%u2019s always in style: classic black.
    Added Flair %u2013 another trick to play up the lenses and downplay the nose, one that%u2019s especially apropos on feminine frames, is to make it busy. Floral frame patterns, jeweled inserts, temple logos or artwork %u2013 anything that draws attention to the frame draws attention away from the nose.

  • Well, pink eye is inflammation of the thin, clear covering of the white of the eye and the inside of the eyelids. And generally speaking, conjunctivitis can have several causes. But on the other hand, in common, pink eye can refer only to viral conjunctivitis, which is a highly contagious infection caused by a variety of viruses. When it occurs, watery, itchy eyes, sensitivity to light can be possible. To treat it quickly, you can apply a cold, wet washcloth to the eyes several times a day with cold compresses, which can relieve symptoms. Also, antibiotic eye drops or ointments can be effective too.

  • Well, actually, I also find the type of contacts you described really interesting, and it is becoming a trend recently. Basically speaking, wearing such kind of contact lenses would not cause direct harm to your eye health however, you should not ignore the fact that there are always consequences which could turn out to be disatrous. And it is really not to wear them all the time right? So, you gotta outweigh the benefits and risks.

  • If your sunglasses was stained with water spot, you just need to turn the faucet on, get the water warm not hot, hold your glasses by the earpieces and run them under the warm water for about twenty seconds per lens. Do this for the front and back of both. After you clean your glasses, you’ll want to dry them before putting them on your face. There are several ways to do this. The gentlest way is to simply give them a couple little shakes over the sink, set them on a clean cotton towel, and allow them to air dry. If you’re the impatient type, set them on a towel and use a blow dryer set on the lowest temperature possible. If you have really hard water and don’t want to risk water spots on the lenses, use a soft cotton towel or a lens cleaning cloth, hold the glasses by the frames, and gently wipe them down.

  • Computer use will not worsen your astigmatism,it can cause eye strain or other CVS.You can try some eye exercises to relax the eye muscles.Lasik surgery is a popular way to correct astigmatism nowadays.