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Florida Eye Center

Florida Eye Center

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

6311 9th Ave S
Gulfport, FL

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  • In the world, the colors of the eyes include brown, hazel, amber, yellow, green, gray, blue and black. In fact, the color of the eyes is a polygenic inheritance feature and by type and quantity of pigment in the eye iris, decided the initial color. So, people with different eye color can see things in the same color, or, in other words, eye color can never affect their ability to distinguish colors.

  • I believe that there is no such thing as free lunch.Even you can get them for free,they will not last long.So you can go for some discounted prescription glasses in your local area or online stores.

  • .Dehydration is a condition that occurs when the loss of body fluids, mostly water, exceeds the amount that is taken in. in other words, if you suffer from dehydration, it can be dangerous for your body for your body can be disordered. For example, it can affect the blood pressure, and lead to red eyes. But it can not cause t eye twitching. So you should not worry more about it. But making your water supply be on balance is essential, or it can make your body become emergency.

  • There are some general steps for taking out contact lenses. First of all, you should make sure of your clear hands and fingers. Then, put your thumb and index into the eyes and squeeze the contact lenses out. It is an easy step. However, at last you should wash the taking-out contact lenses with the lotion.

  • Refresh is just a brands for eye drops. And i know there is type of REFRESH TEARS Lubricating Eye Drops. It is a lubricating formulation similar to normal tears, containing a mild non-sensitising preservative that, when used, ultimately changes into components of natural tears. And this eye drops is used as a lubricant to relieve irritation and discomfort due to dryness of the eye or due to exposure to wind or sun.

  • Eye floaters are small moving spots which can appear in your field of vision. Though eye floaters can be a little annoying, they won't interfere with your sight and can be treated. In the beginning you can just move your eyes more and this can shift the fluid in the eyes, looking up and down or from side to side. If the eye floaters do not disappear and get worse you will turn to the eye doctor for help. Normally the eye doctor will conduct a vitrectomy to your eyes which is to remove the floating debris and replace them with a salt solution. But I have to say that vitrectomy may have complications which are not good for your eyes. So in order to avoid the treats caused by vitrectomy, you are supposed to treat your eye floaters at the very beginning.

  • To some degree, selecting a tint is a key matter. However, certain tints offer advantages for specific visual tasks and environments. If 100 percent accuracy in color perception, a neutral gray tint is the best choice. But to enhance contrast, brown and copper-colored tints are often best. Depending on lighting conditions, yellow, amber, orange and red tints also are good choices for contrast enhancement. So I suggest you to choose brown or copper-colored one.

  • As a mother, I have experienced such a problem. When my baby was one month old, he got blocked tear duct. At the beginning, I do not know what it is and I had not sent him to a doctor. When he was one month old, his eyes get lots of discharge that glues eyes shut and eyelashes together. I was frightened. I just was a warm and wet cloth to clean the eyes whenever see discharge and it lessens over time. Around 20 days later, it clear itself. So I think the blocked tear duct will clear itself. If it hasn't completely dissipated by the time your child is 12 to 18 months, she may need surgery.

  • He has Irlens syndrome which is a visual processing disorder and his glasses help to combat this as many specialists have said. I struggle with this myself but these glasses help. His are red and yellow sometimes but they are made up of all different colours within one lense which are unique to every individual experiencing irlens as different colours work better for different people.

  • You can use regular artificial tears together with antibiotic drop. Preservative free eye drops are much better for your eyes. But you should wait about 10 minutes after you use antibiotic drop.