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Ashlee Arlien, OD

Ashlee Arlien, OD

(303) 444-1211

Category: Eye Doctor

2795 Pearl St Boulder, CO 80302

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  • Driving at night is that you need as much light to get to your eye as possible in order to react. With any tint, even a light tint, you are reducing the amount of information that gets to your eye. The interesting thing is that driving glasses will make your vision better, they are proven to give a much clearer view of the road during night time, And they can protect your eyes in a good condition. Night driving glasses are light and can easily be carried around. This means you don't need buy multiple pairs if you have more than one car. My own preference for driving is to get polarized lenses. I also would like recommend to everyone. But if you don't need prescription glasses, you have a huge selection.

  • Your toddlers may be affected the conjunctivitis. Conjunctiva often was related directly to the nature in which the environment around has many bacteria brought to little kids through rubbing her eyes with unclear hands. The solution for this situation is to drop steroid (cortisone) eye drops in order to alleviate the patient's condition. But for patients with bacterial conjunctivitis, it is necessary to put antibiotics, ointment or even the oral or injectable antibiotics in the eye. Of course, these methods look like to be used in adults. Indeed, it is a good choice for you to take your baby to see the ENT doctor for his advice at once when your toddlers appear eye lid being red or burning, especially getting little fussy and her nose. Because she is too young to use the home remedies. One perfect proverb goes, "Never try anything in a blind treatment". But not nervous either. You must believe that your baby will be OK as long as you don't waste the time to give her first aid treatment.

  • I git hair dye in my eye and rinsed it very very well. I tested up and kept rinsing again until I was able to open my eyes. Now it’s been about 7 hours and my eye just still feels like something is in it just uncomfortable. Will this feeling get better? What do I do to make it get and feel better again? Thank you

  • Well, if you do so, just kiss goodbye for your lovely contact lenses. Your contacts will absorb those drops, which are not meant to be put on contacts. And you must know that bad caring for your contact lenses properly can lead to a variety of eye infections, including some that cause blindness. Actually, contact lens care is easier than ever, so here are some ways to store your contacts. Firstly, clean up your hands avoiding transferring germs and dirt into eyes, do not use moisturizing soaps, as they are not good for contact lenses; secondly, remove one lenses and clean it by the recommended solutions, that is, put in onto your palm and drop several care systems drops, next wash them by your index finger; thirdly, rinse the lens again to remove the loosened debris; fourthly, place the lens in your clean lens case or lens holder and fill with fresh solution; at last, repeat steps two through four for your other lens. May this can help you.

  • Lubricating eye drops are mainly used for reducing the signs and symptoms of dry eye, but it can only temporary relief of burning and irritation due to dryness of the eye. You should not use them if you are sensitive to any ingredient in the product.

  • I never heard that there are side effects of reading glasses. In fact, reading glasses is the same as your prescription eyeglasses that worn for vision aids. Wearing glasses can help people with presbyopia have good near vision in doing some near vision task. As long as you wearing proper reading glasses, it won't cause any side effects. However, if you have wear wrong reading glasses, it may cause some headaches and blurred vision maybe.

  • Do not do that! It is very dangerous! Cause it will damage your cornea seriously. Under normal circumstances, doctor would like to advise you to replace your contacts regularly. There is service lifetime for each contacts. And your eye's situation must have been changed, like myopia degree increasing. You should get a pair of glasses as spares, because the period of wearing contacts do not exceed 12 hours every day based on the doctor's advice. And 8 hours should be better. If you do not have glasses, the only way is to wear the old one. But that is expedient. There are many virus and bacteria on the old one. Clean it thoroughly before wear. Rush to buy new contacts as quickly as you can!

  • No,it is not true.People will have presbyopia when they age 40s . Nearsightedness will not prevent this from happening . But it can balance out the strength of your prescription glasses .For an example , if your nearsightedness is -500 ,your presbyopia is +200, then you only need prescription glasses of -300 to see things far away . Eye surgery does work well to correct eye vision , and if you want ,you can go to have a try .

  • The reasons of red eyes will be the two, one has been caused by excessive eyes using, and the other is the eyes infection or inflammation. If your work will ask you use computer in a long time and the eyes fatigue is the reason of the red eyes, you need to eat some supplement or fruits which full of Vitamin A & B, and carotene. They are the necessary nutrients which would protect your eyes everyday. Carrot, Chrysanthemum tea, sesame, bean, milk and wheat germ are all the great choice for you. Under that circumstance, the chamomile tea will also help for your symptom. For the second season, the chamomile tea has also contains some anti-infection, and anti-virus factors contained in it, so I guess it is good for your eyes. However, the best way to treat your eyes is going to hospital to find the details of your symptom, the doctor will give you the best treatment process.

  • Well, for your situation, I have to tell you that eye twitching may be caused by eye infection. In common, an eye infection can develop through viruses and bacteria. Also, an eye infection can be caused by fungi. Generally speaking, if there are some bacteria in your surrounding, it can make you have eye infection. At that time, it will just react on your eyes, leading to twitching eyes. That is why you suffer from eye twitching. And of course, ice can be used to treat eye treating, for it will just lower the eye pressure around your eyes. What is more, it will reduce the eye infection around your eyes. So you can have some cold compresses with ice. And it can be effective.