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Robert L Pazen, OD

Robert L Pazen, OD

(805) 650-2020

Category: Eye Doctor

801 S Victoria Ave
Ventura,CA 93003

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  • If there is no contact solution, salt water is the best alternative. A small amount of salt water will eliminate more bacteria than if you use plain tap water. However, you cannot use it for a long time. It is not recommended to use any of these remedies long-term, and you had better use regular contact lens solution.

  • It is really a good question that many people wearing contact lenses care about. I have been to the same place just as you described. I needed to get the lenses out but with no solution at hand. If you happen to have the moisturizing eye drops with you, then you can consider to use the drops as alternation solution to clean and store your contact lenses. As the essential component of contact lens solution is saline water, so it is ok for you to use saline water, distilled water or salt water as alternatives. But there are some other components in solution such as boric acid or anti-bactierial agents, to help deproteinization and kill most bacterial. All the alternatives can be used temporarily if you are in a pinch, after all alternative is better than nothing. But you should get solution the very second day or as soon as possible, because these alternatives introduced above can't help deproteinization and kill bacteria.

  • No, who tells you that? With time going on, the risk of your surgery is becoming lower and lower. And you don' t need to worry if you will go blind or if you will feel painful during the surgery. To be honest, the surgery doesn' t hurt at all. And you can even feel nothing during this surgery. But it is true that you may feel a little bit itchy in a few hours after your surgery. You really don' t need to worry if you can feel pain during the surgery. Before this surgery, doctor will drop your eyes with some kind of special eye drops so you will feel nothing during the whole surgery.

  • It is true that eye drops can help with blurry vision. Blurry vision can be caused by many eye problems or other diseases, such as glaucoma, photophobia, cataracts and myopia. It will affect one or both eyes. People who suffer blurry vision must be prepare with fighting it forever. No matter you get it rarely or long, blurry vision cannot be treated. You just can adjust and improve it. Wearing eyeglasses and dropping eye drops are great ways to improve your blurry vision.

  • According to a recent survey conducted by the American Optometric Association, 51 percent of optometrists feel that the tween years, ages 10-12 are the best time to introduce kids to contacts, while 23 percent think that it's better to wait until kids are teens. Another 23 percent think that- depending upon the kid-contacts are fine for kids ages 8 and 9.

  • Yes, you may get the increasing eye pressure after the cataracts surgery. There are many side effects after the cataract surgery. Your eye pressure's increase will cause other eyes problems. Thus, you'd better take good care of the eyes carefully. You should not eat the spicy food or smoke or drink which will stimulate your eye nerves. You should have the good rest for the eyes after the cataract surgery.

  • Well, it seems that you want to use hydrogen peroxide as a means of contacts solution. So, as a matter of fact, it is true that hydrogen peroxide could eliminate bacteria in a lot of situations. However, you should not rely on it to take care of your contacts, because there might be some negative consequences. Long term use of it might lead to some unknown problems,even some infections. Just try to buy a case of solution.

  • No, they do not last forever. they will be good after 3 months or more as long as they are unopened and still in the pre packaged solution. doctors usually give me prescriptions for contacts 1 year at a time. so yeah they are bound to last for awhile, but as far as like 2 years or more

  • I do not know your details clearly, but I know one common medical sense that our eye balls keep shaking in a fast speed when we are sleeping. In that way, we may guess that you are probably not awake physiologically. I just want to know if you have an abnormal living clock, because, sometime your body just can not adjust itself to adapt your new clock timely. My advice is to have a relative normal clock and pay more attention to your eyes (including regular test and care about the new symptoms) to decide whether it is necessary to see your doctor.

  • Firstly, you need to get your eyes tested to see whether you can wear your contact lenses or not. If you can, your eye doctor will give you your prescription for contacts. Hope this helpful.