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Optometric Center

Optometric Center

(208) 375-3871

Category: Eye Doctor

700 N Raymond St
Boise,ID 83704

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  • Unfortunately there is no cure for your myopia and it will not get better with or without wearing your glasses, doing eye exercises, eating carrots, sweet potatoes, or any vitamins. You are nearsighted and will be nearsighted for the rest of your life because your eye is to long and doesn't focus the image correctly on the retina; all your glasses do is refocus the image so it focus's the image correctly on the retina. Once your vision stabilizes when you are in your 20's you can opt for vision correction surgery that will basically use a laser to flatten your cornea so you can see without glasses. You will still be nearsighted even with the surgery because your eye will still be to long and have to have your eyes examined just as you do when you had glasses to rule out any retinal problems that come with being moderate to high myopic.

  • Well, in my opinion, the first thing you should know is that what face shape your friend has. There is nothing to do with the Asian person, but with the face shape. If your friend has long face shape, maybe you can choose long frames which can match his or her face. And if the face is oval, square, rectangular and geometric shapes can be good, for they can add angles to soft curves. Anyway, it depends on the face shape. But on the other hand, because your friend is Asian people, they tend to have light skin colors and oval face, you can buy square frames with light colors.

  • In some cases, your general medical insurance may even provide eye care coverage. Accepted Pearle Vision insurance plans include EyeMed Vision Care, VSP Vision Care and most major vision plans.You may also use your Flexible Spending Accounts card at Pearle Vision. Most FSA plans allow for the purchase of an eye exam or eyewear. Please contact your plan administrator for complete details about your FSA plan. Your local Pearle Vision EyeCare Center will gladly accept your FSA credit card for your exam or eye wear purchase.

  • To tell if the ford sunglasses are real or fake, it is really hard to tell. The real ones will be times higher price than the fake ones, and the fake one will hurt your eyes, it must be careful to choose. However, there still have some ways for you to get some reference. You can check the workmanship, the model types and specification are all printed on the metal legs of glasses. The writing of the letters is clear and neatly. There must have some documents such as certificate of conformity and instruction to prove the identity of the glasses. The box of glasses should be exquisite workmanship make. The glasses cloth's texture is flexible and soft, it must be superfine fiber, if not, e. g. nylon makes, and that must be the fake. Check the details; this is the way for you to consider the glasses' identity. Moreover, you can buy it from proper channels, you must remember, you will get what you pay for! Be careful, as the sunglasses are a pair of gifts you give to your boyfriend, it is more important with the quality if it is fake or not. The fake gifts seem like a trick or cheat for others. It is the most impolite behavior we see, so please take more care about that!

  • Well, as you said, you just had a Lasik surgery and was told not to smoke weed in the following days, why don't you take it as a chance to recover and rebuild your physical condition? Anyway, we can't change the fact that you are a weed addict, So what I know is that, you should keep yourself away from smoking weed for at least 3 weeks before your eyes are recovered because the toxic chemicals may cause damage to your eyes, which might be very fragile for a period. So, good luck!!!

  • If you accidentally put some nail fungus medication into your eyes, the first thing you need to flush your eyes with some pure water for several minutes. Then, you need to go to doctor and ask him for help.

  • Yes,it is normal.Because the strength you need is usually weaker than the glasses.If they are the same prescription,contacts give you higher prescription to see.So you can see better.

  • Soaking the contact lenses properly is very important to make the contacts we wear clean and neat. Therefore, we should attach great importance to it. There are several things we should pay attention to. Firstly , you need to make sue that your hands are clean. Remember to wash your hands carefully before soaking the contacts, for the bacteria and dirts on your hands may be left on the contacts. Secondly, you should buy some certain cleaners for the soaking your contacts. The cleaners must be bought in a formal glasses store or pharmacy and are specially made for contacts using. At last, you should soak your contacts very regularly. I suggest you to soak them every time after wearing. What' more, remember to change and replace the cleaner each time after you have used it.

  • You'd better take your child to hospital and have a careful check. If congenital cataract affects his vision significantly, surgery should be taked as soon as possible. Some surgeons will put intraocular lenses in his eyes to correct the vision. While some other surgeons are hesitate to do it because the eyeball of children under 1 year old grow rapidly and it may reject the lens. So you should consult the surgeon.

  • Yes, transition glasses are very cool because they can adjust the lens color themselves according to the sun. In fact, the theory of transition lenses is based on UV rays. So, if you stay in convertible, the lenses can turn dark reacting the sun. However, if you stay in common car that prevent sunlight, your transition lenses probably won't turn dark because of no UV rays around the lenses.