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Dr. Steven Squillace, OD

Dr. Steven Squillace, OD

(860) 763-4733

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64 Field Rd Somers, CT 06071

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  • I have seen this before. Although many people say it is ok, you still need to go to see the doctor and have a check. From the aspect of medical science, this symptom is called the Bell's Palsy. It is a complicated symptom. You should take it serious and go to have a check in hospital as soon as possible.

  • Computer and Internet have brought great changes to people since they popularize our life, but online browsing or reading on a computer for a long time is harmful to the human eye. Looking at the computer screen does not cause serious eye disease. Under low illuminance, the screen will be too dazzles;or when you sit near the window, the reflective is too strong; or the lack of blink frequency will cause the eye dry. All of those can lead to the pain. The recommendation from me is blinking eyes many times which can let tear with lubrication moisten the eye surface.

  • An anti glare coating serves many purpose. For many people, an anti-reflective coating can help when driving at night. Often, individuals who wear glasses or contacts experience a halo effect around headlights and streetlights when driving in the dark. The coating eliminates this effect and can make night driving less of a distraction.An anti-reflective coating on your glasses can also be beneficial if you spend a great deal of time on the computer.

  • Dark lenses increase comfort in bright light, but also reduce contrast, which may negatively affect the eyes' development when worn excessively at a young age. Once the eyes are somewhat developed, it isn't a problem. So wait until the child is around 4 years old, then consider transition lenses for your child. Once they're at that age, the dark lenses outdoors won't impair the development of their eyes, and therefore will only be beneficial to the child.

  • Yes, it is possible to get blindness because of blepharoplasty. We know that blepharoplasty is a surgery to remove extra tissue of eyelids for functional or cosmetic purpose. As technology developes, plus blepharoplasty is not a complicated surgery, most cases are done safely. Blindness from blepharoplasty is possible mainly for bleeding in eyes which will cause pressure build up in eyes and finally lead to optic nerves damaged and vision loss. However, it is extremely rare so far, only 1 case in 800, 000 reportedly. And bleeding is mostly to happen in 3 hours after this surgery, during that time the surgeon will request the patient to stay in hospital to monitor the situation. Even if it is bleeding, as long as if it is detected early, it can be stopped and the pressure could be relieved through procedure.

  • It is hard to tell. And the time need to heal and recovery from corneal ulcer will vary depending on the causes of ulcer and its sizes, location and depth. Usually, Two or three weeks can improve your eyes if you treat the corneal ulcer appropriately. But it need more time to reduce the amount of potential scarring. And i think your eye doctor will know better about the time for healing corneal ulcer if you have such problems.

  • Don't be worried, it is a normal thing. I love spicy food very much and I always feel like tearing when I eat spicy food. Most of us have runny nose and watery eyes when eating something hot, this is all because of the active component of chili peppers which is called capsaicin, and his is the triggering element that caused runny nose. Also because our mouth and nose and eyes are all connected, when we have something spicy, the capsaicin thing can also irritate the membranes of the eyes, causing tearing. The tears drain into the sinuses and run out the nose.

  • Ganoderma benefits human health from various aspects. It is said that ganoderma has anticancer effects, antifungal effects, liver protective effects and antibacterial effects etc., for some species of ganoderma contain bioactive compounds like polysaccharides and triterpenoids. Ganoderma lucidum is the most used ganoderma species for medical purpose. Ganoderma lucidum gives out a cluster of triterpenes which is also called ganoderic acids. The ganoderic acids are similar to steroid hormones because of its molecular structure. Besides, it is the rich source of various kinds of lignin, cellulose, enzymes which are xylan-digesting. Since all the organs in the human bodies are interrelated, your eyes will become healthy if the condition of the other parts of your body is improved due to ganoderma. However, you should consult your doctor on whether you should take ganoderma lucidum, for ganoderma lucidum will bring side effects to you if used improperly.

  • Well, it all depends on what face shape you are. Generally speaking, if you have square face shape, you can try the oval or round frames. And if your face is heart shaped, you can choose the round frames, because Shapes with round edges look great (on heart shaped faces) and soften the broad upper part of your face. Besides, if you have long face, you can wear some long frames which will match your face perfectly. Anyway, there is nothing to do with which brand of sunglasses you wear, but what kind of frames you wear. So you should wear them according to your face shape.

  • You shall consult your VSP provider that if they support out of VSP network. If so, you are lucky. But usually, the benefit of out of VSP network and VSP network are different. So If you have VSP, why not choose see doctor with VSP network? It is a easy thing, right now. Friends, don't make things so complicated and find a eye doctor with VSP. It will help you save money, uust go to https://www.vsp.com/eye-doctor.html