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Ehrlich Eyewear

Ehrlich Eyewear

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

501 S Indiana Ave
Englewood, FL 34223

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  • It seems like it is quite common. On the back of our eye, the retina is the stuff that detects the light. All the information that the retina picks up is sent to the brain through the optic nerve. The only problem is that the optic nerve needs a way to get out of the eye. The place where it leaves is where we have our blind spot. Since we have 2 eyes that can move around, we don't notice the blind spot often.

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  • When you feel that your contact lenses make you feel not comfortable, you should stop wearing it. Or else, it may make your eyes become serious. You should make sure that your eyes are suitable to wear the contact lenses. Wearing contact lenses will make your eyes be dry. You need to stop wearing it and keep the health of the eyes. After that you could wear your contact lenses again.

  • If you want to buy sunglasses for your wide nose bridge, you can go to your local optical store to get customized sunglasses that just fit your wide nose bridge exactly. The optometrist will measure the size of your nose bridge so that the sunglasses can fit you properly. People with wide nose bridge should choose sunglasses with nose pads. This kind of sunglasses can be adjusted to fit the nose bridge exacly by adjusting the nose pads. Good luck!

  • You baby may get an eye infection. If you are still breast feeding put a little breast milk into her eyes before you can take her to an doctor. It contains things good for healing minor infections. Don't get her the OTC eye drops and you may make it worse. Take her to the pediatrician and see what they recommend.

  • your eyes will usually stay dilated for several hours but it could be up to several days. Good luck and remember, after the first time, you will probably have a fairly good idea of what to expect in the future. You can always request weaker drops be used. Sometimes eye doctors will use repeated dosing of multiple drops to speed things up. That can be pretty convenient for the optometrists and the patients since it gets out without having to sit for extended amounts of time waiting for the eye drops to kick in. Sometimes sitting around for 30-60 minutes using one dose is much preferred to waiting two weeks for the dilation effect to wear off.

  • Temporary blindness may occur because during Lasik surgery "you have to pump the pressure up in the eye to about 6x normal in order to cut a good flap, as you can't cut an accurate flap in a floppy eye. The pressure is actually higher than your blood pressure, so the eye stops perfusing with blood, and you go temporarily blind.

  • No but I have experienced a lot of 3-D movies and it seems to make it blurry and hard to focus on if it comes too close to your eyes. so if it starts to get blurry close your eyes so it doesn't give you a headache