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    1.National Vision

    48 Kirtland St
    Deep River, CT 06417-1821

    National Vision is a 1-star Optical Store1 Reviews

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  • 2.National Vision

    48 Kirtland Street
    Deep River, CT 06417-1821

    National Vision is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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    1.National Vision

    48 Kirtland St
    Deep River, CT 06417-1821

    National Vision is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

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  • 2.Elgart Pinn Gordon Optomtrst

    1 High St
    Deep River, CT 06417

    Elgart Pinn Gordon Optomtrst is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 3.Edward F Pinn, OD

    1 High St
    Deep River, CT 06417

    Edward F Pinn, OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Pinn Edward F OD Optmtrst

    1 High St,
    Deep River, CT 06417

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  • 5.Elgart Pinn Gordon & Elgart Drs

    1 High St,
    Deep River, CT 06417

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  • 6.National Vision

    48 Kirtland Street
    Deep River, CT 06417-1821

    National Vision is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 7.Elgart Pinn Gordon & Elgart

    1 High St
    Deep River,CT 06417

    Elgart Pinn Gordon & Elgart is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Well, generally speaking, when people age, it is possible to have presbyopia. You should know that Presbyopia is a condition, caused by aging, in which people find it difficult to read small words at close distances or to work on the computer for long periods of time. And according to some experts, presbyopia generally is believed to stem from a gradual thickening and loss of flexibility of the natural lens inside your eyes. And also, in common, these age-related changes occur within the proteins in the lens, making the lens harder and less elastic over time. So it is hard for the eye to focus up close. And then the presbyopia can occur.

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  • A small scale study by researchers said that. Wearing multifocal contact lenses reduces the rate of progression of myopia in children by 50%. The lengthening of the eye, a key measure of myopia, was also found to be reduced by an average of 29% when compared with the single-vision lens study. Although it is not entirely clear why the multifocal lenses had this effect, it is thought it may be due to the relative positive power at the periphery of the lens."The lens puts light at the front part of the retina and that acts as a signal to slow the growth of the eye".

  • It depends on the cause of your heterochromia. If it is inherited, it can't be cured or changed. However, your heterochromia can go away if it is caused by disease or trauma. Anyway, it may not disappear itself. You need to ask for information and treatments from a doctor.

  • First, You should put your contacts in your eyes before you start to apply makeup. Remember that you must wash your hands clean before you touch the contact lenses. Second, you'd better use non-allergenic makeup. Choose cream eye shadow which is water-based rather than powder. Third, never use eyeliner when you wear contacts. Finally, wash and dry your hands, then remove the eye makeup first and then remove your contacts.

  • Dry eye is a disease caused by abnormal function of conjunctiva and cornea epithelium due to the insufficient amount of tears. Those who get dry eyes are sensitive to the air, especially under the circumstance of blowing wind, they feel their cornea dry and such feeling is stronger at night or when they wake up in the morning. In daily life, pay attention to the health care of eyes, such as keeping your mental relaxed, taking a rest when your eyes feel strained. When watching TV or using computers, make sure that they are under the position of your eyes level and make sure that the time you spend on them is not long. You should intake more vitamin A, which plays an important role in keeping the eyes healthy. The most direct way of releasing dry eyes is to make eyes moist by dripping artificial tears. Wish you recover soon.

  • Well, for some people, it can be a normal situation. And generally speaking, when you brush your teeth, the paste can just stimulate your mouth, which is connected with your eyes. In that way, your tear system will be stimulated by paste too. And then it will just lead to watery eyes. So we can say that it can occur to some people. But if your eyes become watery heavily, I have to say that, there is something wrong with your tear system. And you may need to see the eye doctor as soon as possible.

  • Of course they can.Any optical store can do it.

  • yes,toothpaste can be used to remove minor scratches from an eyeglass lens.
    Rub the toothpaste on the inner and outer surfaces of each lens with a cloth made of cotton, a cloth works particularly well to clean eyeglasses. Lightly rub the cloth using small,circular motions.continue buffing lenses gently for about 10 seconds.
    Rinse off the toothpaste with lukewarm water,and then wipe dry with a soft,clean,lint-free cloth.
    Repeat the process again if you are trying to remove stubborn scratches.eyeglass lenses that have an anti scratch coating may take it more difficult to reach the scratch.