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Wichita Family Vision

Wichita Family Vision

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Wichita Family Vision Hours

437 N Tyler Rd

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
From 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am
To 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm
Website:
www.wfvision.com
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0.00 - 0.00
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  • About Wichita Family Vision

At Wichita Family Vision we help you Enjoy and Protect your Vision by being Compassionate and Knowledgeable in order to provide the very best Technology, Quality and Value as your Eye Health Care Partner. We provide a full comprehensive eye exam for all ages starting at 6 months of age. We see patients for all medical and routine eye exams and we accept most insurance plans. We also have a full optical boutique and dispensary with full lab and repair shop. We can fix most frames, and we provide soldering. Call today to schedule!
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  • Usually if you get something in your eye, your eye will tear up and wash out the foreign body. Sometimes, though, something gets in your eye and you can't quite get it out. A couple of health and safety warnings before we get whatever it is out of your eye. First off, be careful not to stratch your corneas. A scratched cornea can be quite painful and take a couple of days-if not longer- to heal. Be careful, and don't go poking around in your eye with anything that has any kind of sharp tip. Also, be sure to wash your hands so you don't give yourself an eye infection.If you have anything embedded in your eye and can not get them out with the above method or just by yourself, you need to head to the ER or your doctor's office.

  • Well, generally speaking, it is possible to have iritis for many people. And there are many causes such as trauma, inflammatory eye disease, or an eye infection can lead to iritis. And in common, it will just take one week to recover, if you have taken some measures. For the treatments, the anti-inflammatory cortisone eye drops are often used. By using them, it can relieve some of the pain; also, the drops can keep the pupil dilated to avoid it becoming scarred down. By the way, they are adherent to the focusing lens of the eye. Anyway, it can be helpful, you can have a try.

  • First of all, you should take child to see the eye doctor in order to diagnose the nature of the crossed eyes/strabismus and the degree of the pathological changes, say, whether this will affect the eyesight or not. Then based on the different conditions, doctors usually carry out related therapeutic schedules. Often, the treatments mainly conclude: The optometrist helps examine children's eyes and prescribe right glasses, which do contribute to correct vision; The eye doctor write a prescription for medical expulsive treatment; Do a regular training for children with amblyopic; Have your children finish a surgery of vision correction, which is the most direct way to help children get rid of crossed eye.

  • There has one method, you can use a particular wet-cloth for wiping the lenses, with a special solution on it that will prevent the fogging.

  • The Wilson disease may get your eyes get green because of the too much Cuprum in the body. The green circle shape in the eyes because of the sediment of Cu is called K-F cornea circle. Thus, you'd better go to see the doctor and have the check on the eyes. Hope you get better soon.

  • Generally speaking, your eyes may begin to fell slightly sore and gritty when the numbing effect of the eye drops wears off. It may also be teary and light sensitive, but there should be no pain. There may also be some swelling of the conjunctiva and occasionally, some redness may occur. These complaints are most noticeable during the first six to eight hours when the surface cells of the cornea are healing. Dry eye is now recognized to be a common problem during the early post-op period. Therefore, it is important to keep the eyes well lubricated with frequent instillation of the preservative free lubricating eye drops prescribed.

  • If the strap can be loosened, try that. If there is nothing you can do for it, take it back to the place where you bought them and ask the staff there to adjust it. Otherwise you need to get a new pair.