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Tropical Optical

Tropical Optical

(773) 762-5662

Category: Eye Doctor

3624 W 26th St,
Chicago, IL 60623

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  • If you have poor peripheral vision, you can't see things under or above your central vision. If you can't see things in all direction except your central vision, you are having tunnel vision. Apart from that, you may have other symptoms, such as Glare or halos around lights, Increased sensitivity to light, Poor nighttime vision, Red, sore eyes, Seeing floating objects or flashing lights in your vision, Swelling of one or both eyes.

  • I think you can get a pair of contacts lenses in any eyeglasses shops. Though you can see things more clearly through wearing them, it may affect your eyesight badly, because you are just the weak prescription. So I think you’d better not wear the contacts. If you do really care about your eyes, you can improve your eyesight by doing this: hold the tip of a pen an arm's length away, then, slowly bring the tip in close until you lose the focus. Then stare at it for about 2 seconds before bringing it out. Repeat this as many times as you like every day.

  • No. But, saline which is diluted salt water is good because your tears are natually a little saltly.

  • If your eye doctor recommends and prescribes disposable bifocal contact lenses, an estimated per-box cost for these lenses is $50 to $70 (similar to the cost of disposable toric contacts). So again, an annual lens cost of $500 to $700 is not unusual if you wear the lenses daily and replace them every two weeks.

  • Yea, chances are that eye irritation can lead to blindness. A variety of factors can cause eye irritation. Some simple causes such as air pollution and glare from lighting are easy to deal with. In these cases, just keep away from the allergens and rinse your eyes with the clean water to make you feel better or you can use over-the-counter or prescription medications to ease irritation. However, some eye irritation can be an indication of some health problems such as corneal ulcer, dry eye syndrome, conjunctivitis and blepharitis, among which corneal ulcer can contribute to blindness if the ulcer is severe.Under such circumstances, you should go to consult your eye doctor as early as possible and check out the cause so as to receive relevant treatment. Do not delay the treatment, otherwise you are likely to be blind.

  • Yes of course! You can be super fashion to a party with your glasses on! They can be your fancy accessory!! Check out these tips _a href="https://thesparklingcinnamon.blogspot.it/2012/11/how-to-style-glasses-for-night-out-look.html"_How to Style Glasses for a NIGHT OUT LOOK_/a_!

  • High index lenses are made for people with strong prescription. For the same prescription lenses, the higher the index, the thinner and lighter the lenses are. So, they are the idea choices for people with strong prescription. However, That not means the higher the index of the lenses, the better the eyeglasses lenses. According to your prescription, you needn't use 1.6 index lens. Index 1.5 lenses are enough to give you thin eyeglasses lenses.

  • The answer is obviously yes. Because sunglasses’ main function is to protect the eyes from ultraviolet rays damage. But compared with summer, the sun's ultraviolet in winter is more intense, more likely to damage people's eyes, so in order to the health of the eyes, you’d better to buy a pair of sunglasses. And the sunglasses must be good, because the inferior sun glasses could not fully prevent you against ultraviolet ray.

  • To be honest I think they are ugly

  • Actually not, but it really depends on why you would wear them for. Basically, they can change the apparent color of the eyes. The lenses have a false-patterned iris color painted on their surface with non-toxic inks. As colored contact lenses are made from identical materials to certain soft hydrogel contact lenses, they are approved by the FDA and are perfectly safe to wear. However, you do not sleep in colored contacts due to they are not oxygen breathable enough to allow for sleeping in the lenses.