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Lorna Grant MD

Lorna Grant MD

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200 Hawkins Dr
Iowa City, IA 52242

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  • Take them back to the place where you bought it, maybe you can search online and find some stores sell replacement accessories and place your order for left leg and take it to any optical stores to ask them to repair it for you.

  • In response to the answer above, Polycarbonate does not protect from UV rays and radiation. For example, when I used to design automotive headlamp lenses made from PC, a UV protective coating had to be added to protect the lenses from yellowing under exposure to UV rays.

  • First you need to find out cause of your puffy eyes. Sun exposure is not the only reason that can cause puffy eyes. Allergies and eating too much salt can also the common causes of puffy eyes. The most effective and easy way to reduce puffy eyes is using cold compress. You can use anything cold to do the job. You can cool off a wash cloth or eye mask in your refrigerator. Wash your eyes with cold water will do the job too. Drink water is another way to ease the symptom. If your have eaten too much salt, drink more water; and pay attention you sleeping position. If you have slept on a very low pillow, your puffy eyes may get worse. Don't forget get enough sleep. When you lie down on the bed and going to sleep, you can tap the puffy area gently; it will help move the fluids elsewhere. Wish you be better soon!

  • You should know the strength you need for your reading glasses before you choose reading glasses.Ask your doctor what strength you should get based on your prescription.Then you just need to choose a frame you like and lenses.The optician would make reading glasses for you.

  • Yes, it is quite possible. Glaucoma refers to increased intraocular pressure which would damage the optic nerve endings and hence impair the vision. Vision problems, including myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, might cause glaucoma. The disorder and dysfunction of dioptric system would lead to dysfunction of ciliary muscle and imbalance of aqueous humor and sharply increased intraocular pressure. Because glaucoma is the complicated symptom on eyes from various organs dysfunction, so to prevent it, you should treat the underlying causes. First of all, keep a happy and relax mood and avoid too much emotional fluctuation. The most common cause of glaucoma is long term emotional stimulation. Secondly, live a healthy life. Good rest with proper exercises and light but nutritious diet. Quit caffeine or smoking which would increase the IOP. Thirdly, keep good habit of using eyes. Don't read under strong light and don't prolong the working time to strain eyes. Get suitable eyeglasses when there is a vision problem. Once high IOP detected, you should visit the eye specialist on a frequent basis to monitor the IOP.

  • One of the most obvious perils is that the tiniest scratch could impair vision.so if your eyeglasses are scratched,even just a tad bit,you%u2019d better buy a new one in glass shop.

  • You may find that your eyes are drier and more irritated during pregnancy (as well as during breastfeeding). This, along with subtle changes in the shape and thickness of the cornea, may contribute to some difficulty wearing contact lenses that were once comfortable. Pregnancy can also bring about changes in existing eye conditions-for better or for worse. If you have diabetes, see an ophthalmologist before you get pregnant and again in early pregnancy to get screened for damage to the blood vessels in your retina. This condition, called diabetic retinopathy, often worsens during pregnancy, so you'll need more frequent eye exams while you're pregnant and in the postpartum period.Glaucoma, on the other hand, sometimes improves during pregnancy, so your medication may need to be adjusted. If you have glaucoma and are planning a pregnancy, your doctor may be able to lessen your baby's exposure to the medication by starting you off with as low a dose as possible.

  • Because when you get high, your eyes will face the air pressure directly. In other words, your eyes will experience the feeling of strong pressure. When this happens, your eyes will get stimulation and then they will turn red. When you are high, you can close your eyes to have a break and do massage for your eyes. Please remember don’t rub your eyes roughly because that will do harm to your eyes

  • Of course grape is good for eye health. Grape is rich in carotene and lycopene that help promote good vision. Beta carotene is converted by the body to vitamin A as needed, an important antioxidant that resists oxidative stress damage to cells and tissues including the eye lenses. Besides, grape is also rich in vitamin C and E, both of those are good for our eyes.