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Dr. Kevin Crosier, OD

Dr. Kevin Crosier, OD

(303) 657-2848

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

12024 Melody Dr., Westminster, CO 80234

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  • About Dr. Kevin Crosier, OD

ClearVision Eye Care provides comprehensive family eye care, eyeglasses, designer frames, contact lenses, medical eye care, and laser surgery co-management and consultation
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  • Well, yes, when you get acrylic paint in your eyes, you need to take some measures immediately, or it will just lead to some damage in your eyes, and sometimes, your eyes will be irritated severely. For your situation, I will suggest you wash your eyes with pure water quickly. And of course, you should make sure what you use is pure, clean and warm water. And in that way, it will be more effective. And just like I have said above, you should let your eye under the water. And that will just wash the paint out of your eyes. finally, it may be fine for your eyes.

  • Check out nectar sunglasses as well...or blenders...or DANG shades. They all have the same products at similar pricepoints

  • It may be as shorter as possible. If you wear the contact lenses for the first time, 2 hours may be suitable, 4 hours for the next day, and then increase successively. But less than 8 hours every day is better. You should not wear them during the night or wear them to sleep for a long time. However, some contact lenses have special design, you can wear it for 24hours, but not very often. But in any case, wearing contact lenses will result in different levels of chronic injury to your eyes. So you should be careful, and follow your doctor’s instruction.

  • A bit late, but the type of frame you picked can also make your lenses seem thicker. Large glasses tend to have really thick edges, because the bend needs to cotinue.