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Contacts and Specs

Contacts and Specs (Chicago, IL )

773-880-5400

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

3123 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL
60657

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Contacts and Specs Hours

3123 N. Broadway Chicago, IL 60657

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
From 10:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am
To 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm
Website:
www.contactsandspecs.com
Accepts Credit Cards:
Yes
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By Appointment Only:
No
Price Range:
0.00 - 0.00
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  • About Contacts and Specs

Contacts and Specs is a family owned optical boutique found in Chicago Lakeview neighborhood in 1982. We are confident that we can help you find perfect pair of frames that fit your face with comfort and specific look to fit your description!! Each of our opticians has over 10 years experience. We show the best of the best in eyewear fashion through collections from all over the globe. You want sexy? We have it. Looking for light and conservative? No problem. If you want truly bad ass fashion that pushes the envelope in eyewear design, even better! After 30 years in the Lakeview community, where we have developed a loyal following, we are pleased to announce the opening of Logan Square location. In keeping with our passion of providing cutting-edge eyewear, we will continue to keep you sexy with the latest eyewear trends. Eye exams are available by appointment and hours vary by location. Our Optometrists provide individualized care for all patient needs, including Lasik consultations. Please call or set up an appointment here with our optometrist. If you are in Chicago or plan on visiting soon, we welcome you to come visit our stores and see for yourself.
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  • As a matter of fact, I can see that you are worried about your eye health. So, you should know that dilated eyes could be resulted from a wide variety of causes. However, low blood sugar level would simply not lead to dilated pupils despite the fact that it could indeed greatly affect our vision and eye health. If you observe dilated eyes on a regular basis, you should go for an eye exam and take effective measures to deal with the problem.

  • you may apply some eye drops to moisture your eyes firstly. If the contact lenses still bother you, you need to remove it and have a rest or you need to consult your eye doctor.

  • Yes, anxiety will cause flashing lights in front of people. In addition, the eyes infection will also cause it. You should protect the eyes and use the eyes not in too much time with no rest. You should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes which will also make your eyes be healthy. You should just use the warm compress to release the symptom.

  • Yes, of course, because they make your lenses thinner. Refractive index, or just index, of a lens is its ability to bend light efficiently. The higher the index, the less lens material is required to bend the same amount of light. So if you have a higher index, you can have a thinner lens with the same prescription.
    High index plastic lenses are also more lightweight and therefore comfortable to wear than standard plastic lenses or glass lenses. This is because of the reduction in lens material. In addition to their light weight, high index lenses are more scratch proof than standard lenses, and they are more aesthetically pleasing, causing less eye distortion.

  • Well, it seems that there is something wrong with your eyes. As a matter of fact, I used to have the same problem with you, and I realized that it is just because I needed some more time to get used to wearing contacts. However, some people will have some allergic reactions to contacts, and thus have some side effects, such as light sensitivity. Maybe you need more time to get accustomed to them.

  • The eye color will change with our age. The gene in our DNA decides what color our eyes are. So I think we can't change the color of our eyes permanently. But if we wear color contacts, they will make our eyes look more beautiful sometimes. Don't use lemon juice to hurt your eyes. I think this will cause red and puffy eyes because there are acids in the lemon juice. If you want to improve your eyesight, you can eat lemon juice.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to get itchy eyes because of staying in damp place because there is a lot of bacterium which is invisible in the damp environment. The coming invisible bacterium will cause the itchy eyes which will make you feel not comfortable. You could go to use the eye drops to moisture the eyes. The warm compress is also a good way for you to treat your eyes.

  • I would recommend you Garner's Vision Center in Taylorsville Road. I have been going there for about six to seven years and the service there is really good. You can call them (502) 267-8261 to schedule an appointment. They accept most insurance plans, including Medicare.

  • Yes, intaking wolfberry is good for the eyes. The effect of benefiting the eyes of wolfberry depends on its zeaxanthol. Zeaxanthol accumulating in the retina can reduce the stimulation of ultraviolet rays to help protect optic nerves from being damaged and to help reduce and prolong the aging of the eyes, prevent degeneration and pathological changes of the eyes, decrease the incidence rate of eye trouble. However, human body cannot synthesize such element, and we have to gain it from vegetables and fruits. Moreover, most food do not contain much zeaxanthol, excluding wolfberry. Zeaxanthol contained in the wolfberry can be absorbed directly by human body, therefore, it is good for the eyes if you intake more wolfberry.

  • Well, from your description, it may be because of overuse of phone. So you should just reduce the time you watch phone. Generally speaking, in daily life, many people read phone all the time. And maybe it is just your case. And if you read the phone for a long time, and do not have any rest, it will just make your eyes be stressed. And in that way, your eyes will get eye strain. In a long term, of course, it will damage your eyes, leading to some eye problems. For example, your eyes will be hurt, and painful. And then, if you still do not be aware of this, it will lead to more serious problems. So just be careful about it.