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About America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses
America's Best Contacts and Eyeglasses offers two complete pairs of eyeglasses for only $69.95* with a free eye exam. With over 300 stores nationwide, America's Best carries a wide selection of eyeglasses, eyeglass frames, sunglasses, contact lenses and eyewear accessories. Eye exams are available in all locations, provided by a Doctor of Optometry,** or you can bring in an outside prescription. All stores are equipped with state-of-the-art optometric equipment to provide a thorough eye exam. Quality eyewear products and professional eye care provided at the lowest prices in sight. *Includes frames tagged $49.95 and single vision plastic lenses only. Bifocal 2 pairs for $99.95 FT-28 plastic lenses and frames tagged $49.95. Other frames, lenses and features are available at additional cost. Purchase of 2 complete pairs required for FREE Eye Exam, regularly $45. Current, valid prescription required. **In certain states, eye exams provided by independent eyecare professionals.
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I know some eye doctors may give your prescription only if you have paid the fee for the eye exam.If so,you can take your prescription to any cheaper places to get your glasses.
Laik surgery can be used to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. That depends on the condition of your cornea. Your cornea must be thick enough to be reshaped. If you are nearsighted, the surgeon will use laser to cut the central cornea to make it flattened. While if you are farsighted, the surgeon will use the laser to make the cornea steepened. So you should talk to your surgeon about whether you can have surgery to correct both nearsighted and farsighted.
Well, it is possible to have blurry vision after you have taken an appendectomy. First, Appendectomy is the surgical removal of the appendix when an infection has made it inflamed and swollen. When you have blurry vision, and look at objects, you can not see it clearly and you see a single blurry and unclear image of an object. And in common, blurry vision can be caused by the bacteria, and other allergies. After you have the surgery, your eyes will be sensitive, and they can be infected easily. And then, you can get blurred vision. So just pay more attention to it.
In my personal view, I think you'd better not to rub your eyes because if you are a beginner to wear contacts, it could fall out after your rubbing. If the contacts fall out of your eyes, it may be dangerous for your eyes. Although normally you can rub your eyes if you cannot bear your itch, you must rub them softly and gently.
Eyes are easy to be damaged when people are playing sports. For protecting the eyes from attack in sports, goggles appeared. Actually, except the protection from attack, there are also some other advantages. First, some kind of goggles can avoid too many ultra violet rays into your retina. Second, some special goggle can increase your contract levels which will help you have a better performance in the sports. Last, prescription goggles can help people who suffer eye disease to correct the vision. Thanks to goggle, people can enjoy the sports freely.
Before the exam ,you should tell the doctor you have been taking addrall.It is possible that they will be able to examine your eyes without any further dilation.
It depends. Disability use to describe people who cannot function as normal. Even if you have high myopia, as long as it can be corrected by prescription eyeglasses, contact lenses or other methods, you can still see things as most of people do. So, you can continue to work. If so, you are not disability.However, if you have very serious myopia that cause some eye diseases such as retinal detachment and glaucoma etc. it is likely further lead to legal blindness. If this happen, you can apply for disability.
No, episcleritis won't cause blindness. Episcleritis is the inflammation occurs to episclera which is the part connecting conjunctiva and sclera or eye white. It can be cured and removed as long as the inflammation is cured. The symptoms of episcleritis include redness, a white nodule in the center of the redness, pain, sensitivity to light, and watery eye discharge.
Dry eyes and glaucoma always go together. That means dry eyes can cause glaucoma and glaucoma is one cause of dry eyes. Recently a study showed that 40-50% of glaucoma patients have dry eye syndrome, and women are more likely than men to have it. Glaucoma is an eye disease in which the optic nerve is damaged in a characteristic pattern. And it has a deep effect on human beings eye sight. Glaucoma is usually, but not always, associated with elevated pressure in the eye. While dry eyes can irritate and increase pressure in the eye, especially when dry eyes cause tired eyes. At that moment, the pressure will damage the optic nerves and cannot keep transmitting signals. Around the world, glaucoma is the big factor of causing irreversible blindness. So we should seek proper and good treatment options for glaucoma.
Hello, crossing eyes is a condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other because of a lack of coordination between the extraocular muscles. It can have some side effects such as improper binocular vision, which may affect the depth of perception. And you may have disorder of the brain in coordinating the eyes. Go to see the doctor and have some treatments.
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