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Lum Bryant J MD

Lum Bryant J MD

(805) 648-6891

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

3088 Telegraph Rd Ste A
Ventura, CA 93003

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  • I know that achromatopsia is an inherited condition. It only affects approximately 1 in every 33,000 Americans. But I also know that the earliest test for color blindness is from three to five years old. It is the time when your child can help identify what colors they can see. So I think color blindness cannot be detected before the birth of your baby.

  • Yes, it will damage your eyes if you don't blink. The movement of blinking is the natural behavior which will be happened in the unconscious way. If you try not to blink, you will find that your eyes may lose the water and become dry. The blinking eyes will keep the eyes at the moisture state. It is necessary for our eyes to work normally.

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  • Dear friend, are you sure all of them are pink eye? We know that some symptoms may look like pink eye, but actually it is not pink eye. If you are stay up too late in the night or you are working too long on the computer recently, this may lead to red eyes but it is not pink eye, and the symptom will often go over a few days later if you catch up sleep or have a good rest. But I think the reoccurring red eyes may be an outcome of underlying issues and you should consul your eye doctor. As for conjunctivitis, you shouldn't hesitate to see your eye doctor too. You can just tell him your concerns in detail and ask for more advices.

  • How much your life will be affected depends on your lifestyle and on how bad your vision loss is. Normal use of your eyes (such as for reading or watching TV) won't speed up vision loss or make the condition worse. Most patients with glaucoma live perfectly normal lives. While this can be a serious problem, most patient have glaucoma well controlled with either eye drops, pills, laser surgery, or standard surgery. With good medical care, there is no reason that you won't live your life with reasonably good vision.There is no cure for glaucoma. However, glaucoma is treatable and most patients with glaucoma do not go blind. However, just like with diabetes or high blood pressure, continuous monitoring is required to assess for any changes in the condition.

  • The dry skin around eyes has something to do with the environmental elements. The skin around eyes is delicate which can easily get dry when it is exposed to sun, wind, cold, chemicals, or cosmetics. Besides, excessive bathing with hot water can also make the skin dry out. Poor diet like lack of vitamin A and the B vitamin will dry out your skin, too. Once the skin around your eyes is dry out, itis easy to get irritation and then cause redness.

  • When trying on a pair of goggles place the strap against the back of your head, pull the goggles up over your head and forward so that they are held an inch or so away from your face, relax your grip and allow the goggles to move back horizontally until they settle against your face. Are they comfortable – not just at that moment, but will they stay comfortable when worn for a whole day? Are there any pressure points? A little pressure now may be bearable, by the end of a day skiing or boarding it may not be quite so easy to dismiss. Is the foam scratchy or abrasive? Do the goggles form a soft but snug fit all round? Are there any gaps? If there are, try a different pair. Gaps will let wind and water in, freezing your face and making your eyes tear. Pay attention to the strap and buckles. Are the buckles placed so that they don’t dig into your head? Do they provide sufficient adjustment. Do the goggles stay firmly in place? Does the strap irritate your skin? Is the frame too stiff? Frames that are too rigid are uncomfortable and my contribute to injury during a fall.