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North Florida Eye Center PA

North Florida Eye Center PA

(352) 331-7337

Category: Eye Doctor

6831 NW 11th Pl
Gainesville, FL 32605

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  • They can be fitted if you find the right lenses that are suitable for your old lenses. You can do it even by yourself, but highly suggested to do this at local optical stores.

  • I think you won't. The pink eye that caused by herpes virus is highly contagious. It is easy to spread to other people. We can't share pillows, towels, linens, or handkerchiefs with the people who have pink eye. The linen can be a cause of re-transferring the infection in our daily life. We also can't share eye medicine with these patients. But we can wear eye protection to protect our eyes from getting an infection.

  • If you are still young, it can be caused by genetic factors. You should pay much attention to eye sanitation and don't overuse your eyes. Relax and don't give yourself too much pressure.

  • Computer use can damage the eyes. According to the AAO, computer use won't harm the eyes. However, when using a computer for long periods of time, the eyes blink less than normal (like they do when reading or performing other close work). This makes the eyes dry, which may lead to a feeling of eyestrain or fatigue. So encourage your kids to take frequent breaks from Internet surfing or video games.

  • Well, you should know that cataract is quite a serious eye disease and it could lead to a lot of symptoms, and the halos you described is one of them. Indeed, there will be some lasting impact on your eyes after taking the surgery since it will take some time to recover. So, you don't have to worry. If you really want to know where went wrong, you might as well consult the professional doctor.

  • When i first time wearing contact lenses, i feel weird in my eyes like some foreign bodies into my eyes. So you need take times to adapt it. And the first wearing contact lenses shall not over 2 hours, and the next time 4 hours, and so on. I believe you can adapt it a few days latter. Again, if you want to make up, you shall first wear contact lenses, then use eyeliner, mascara, and eye shadow etc.

  • There are two main types of sunglasses for protecting eyes based on its usage. One is the normal sunglasses, which is decoration in people's daily life. The other one is UV polarizing glasses, which is usually used in some works. E.g. pilots need wear sunglasses for protecting eyes and keeping safety that is called Aviator sunglasses.

  • Nowadays, there is a growing focus on nutritions from vegetable. Beetroot, as a dark red vegetable, are associated with lower blood pressure, better stamina and unblock the vessels in the latest reports. As nitrate which is high in beetroot can enhance blood pressure management and help to fight heart disease, drinking beetroot juice is of benefit. Furthermore, bacteria in the mouth can convert the nitrate into nitrites, whose efficacy of increasing blood flow can decrease the likehood of dementia. As a result, we strength our body. For the interconnected function system of our body, we can assume that beetroot is great for our eyes.

  • Yes, you can exercise after prk surgery. You can exercise two weeks later after the surgery. In two weeks, you should avoid combative sports in particular. Because when you exercise, you will rub your eyes with your hands or your clothes when you are sweating. There are amounts of bacteria in your hands and clothes. So these bacteria can easily have access to get into your eyes and get your eyes infected. I advise you to do exercise when you recover.

  • It must be very awkward to be seen like that. There are several reasons leading to that, lack of sleep, oversleep, too much water before sleep, etc. But there are ways to eliminate it. Try not to drink that amount of water before you go to bed, when you wake the following morning, try to wash your face with cold water, better yet, use some ice bag to message your eyes. Hope you find them useful!