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For Eyes Opt

For Eyes Opt

(630) 232-4545

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1492 S Randall Rd
Geneva,IL 60134

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  • I don't like them. I don't know where to buy them. But, if they exist, you may possibly find it in any big eyeglasses stores or children' toy stores. Good luck!

  • Frequently staring at the barcode scanner in a close distance is bad for eyes, because the light of barcode scanner is too strong, which can hurt our eyes. But you do not need to worry about it, because in our daily life, the times of we use barcode scanner is rarely, and the distance between barcode scanner and our eyes is more than 0.5 meter, which is very safe.

  • Yes you are right, it is true that vinegar can help black eyes. You can obsolutely have a try. The instruction is that you can put vinegar on a cotton swab then you can rub it on the black eye. The black will go away slowly. What's more, you can try using some cucumbers on your eyes too.

  • Zeaxanthin is a powerful composition in our eyes that have the the similar function of lutein. The same as lutein. Zeaxanthin is a nature composition in the retina to protect the eyes from good eyesight. Besides, Zeaxanthin can also release vision fatigue like blur vision, dry eyes, eye aches and sensitive to light. What more, the Zeaxanthin can also help keep eyes from harmful lights.

  • Eye dryness is a very common complication of Lasik surgery. Actually, it is a common complication of intraocular surgeries. According to some reliable sources, about 20% of patients claimed to continuously experience dry eyes six months after the surgery. While some studies say about 30%-50% patients who had Lasik surgery have dry eyes for more than one year. While FDA warn people that Lasik surgery might cause serious eye dryness syndrome, which could be chronic or even permanent. https://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalProcedures/SurgeryandLifeSupport/LASIK/ucm061354.htm You can check by yourself. As to the eye dryness, I suggest you to use a humidifier to add moist in the air at your home or in your office. Dry air can worsen your syndrome. Use some artificial tear to lubricate your eyes if necessary. If it is ok, try to use some lukewarm saline solution compress on eyes, which can clean and lubricate eyes as well as warm the oil in glands of eyelids.

  • In a manner of speaking, dry eyes can be one of a sign of early pregnancy. Your eyes are dry because there's been a change in the amount or type of tears you produce. This means your eyes are not kept moist enough. It's quite common to have dry eyes while you're pregnant. It's thought to be caused by hormonal changes, particularly a drop in male hormones called androgens. While, sometimes dry eye syndrome, as it's known, is real problem. If you use contact lenses, you may find it hard to keep it because of pregnancy. So, dry eyes can be one of a sign of early pregnancy.

  • Your prescription is a little bit strong, so maybe the high index lenses are much better for you. Moreover, if your eyes are sensitive to light or sunshine, polarized lenses may fit you better. If not, you can choose some alternatives which may be at low cost. Hope this helpful.

  • It is just a fashion thing. They just want to be cool, and look like a hipster.
    lenses are too mainstream for them.

  • She does wear contact lenses, and actually, she wear cosmetic contact lenses which enables her change eye color to fit the topic of different album or advertisement. I happened to see one of her picture on a tabloid, In that picture, she is so charming with a pair of glamorous green eyes. If you like her, you can search her picture online, then you can see how many eye colors did she change.

  • Yes, personally I think you need computer glasses. Computer work involves focusing the eyes at close distances. Monitors are often placed too close (closer than default accommodation distance) to the operator because of space constraints in offices. People of all ages may experience symptoms of computer vision syndrome, and may require computer glasses to reduce these symptoms. No matter your age, you should talk with your eye specialist about the kind of work you do, how much time you work on a computer, how the work station is set up, and so on.