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Sterling Optical

Sterling Optical

(410) 676-1010

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1812 Pulaski Hwy
Edgewood,MD 21040

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  • Ok, I know that you just want to get a pair of what vanessa hudgens chooses for you sister. Anyway, as you can see, she is famous for her acting in high school musical and her sunglasses is called aviator sunglasses for females and you could get lots of them at Walmart online store, where the options are various and the prices are affordable, hope you find what you seek over there. Generally speaking, a pair would cost you less than 50 dollars.

  • Actually there is little difference between men's sunglasses and women's sunglasses among different brands of sunglasses except for the design. About the character, they are almost the same with the role of uv rays protection for the eyes. It is the design that makes the difference. About the quality, they are similar. If you don't care the design, you could choose whatever the type.

  • It is much less common for children to wear bifocals,but if you are nearsighted have problems in close work such as reading,you may need bifocals .

  • The answer is absolutely no. You can not go swimming with blepharitis in consideration of your health. Blepharitis is the inflammation of clogged glands in eyelids caused by acute infection, normally bacterial infection. Hence, the most important thing to relief the symptom is prevent your eyes far away from bacteria and virtus as far as possible. On the contrary, swimming pool is a public place which hold several hundred people at least per day, there are so many people that it is the best place for bacteria and virtus to live and spread. If you go swimming, the only thing you do is to worsen your condition, due to the water in pool is full of bacteria and virus. What's worse, blepharitis is caused by bacterial infection, you may even spread the bacteria to many other people in the pool. Therefore, you'd better not go to swimming until restored to health for the sake of you and others as well.

  • Regarind to your question, if you just run out of your contact lens solution, you can make saline solution at home naturally. Saline solution is something we purchase regularly in our house. Not limited to eye and contact lens care, saline solution can also be used for wound irrigation and as a nasal rinse. The saline solution consists of two very basic components, salt and water. Saline solution is easy to make at home. You will need: clean glass bottle or jar with lid, table salt, pot with lid. Put one cup of water and 1/2 teaspoon of salt into the pot. Put the lid on. Boil for 15 minutes with the lid on (set a timer). Set the pan aside until cooled to a room temperature. Carefully pour the salt and water (normal saline) from the pan into the jar or bottle and put the lid on.

  • People may not know ptosis or blepharoptosis. However, lazy eye is better known by people. Droopy eyelids, also called lazy eye, which is really bad for appearance and vision. Droopy eyelids can easily affect one or both eyes. It will cover the pupil, iris and other parts of the eye. Thus, droopy eyelids can lead to amblyopia or astigmatism.

  • In your case,You said that the cylinder is -0.50 diopters. This means that you had this small cylinder before, but your first optometrist choose not to correct this, maybe because you had a good vision without it, only with the spherical part. This is small, so if your vision was better before, without the cylinder part then I suggest you to return to the previous glasses without the cylinder. Your vision will be the same, but without the glowing part.

  • how to remove eye bas without surgery iam only 26 and there is a deep eye bags under my eyes. can laser fix the problem permanently. which is good place for any tipe of laser suggested by you.

  • Almost every pair of metal eyeglasses do have nose pads. The nose pad is often a small plastic piece, usually no thicker than the lens of the glasses themselves. Its main purpose is to protect the nose from unwanted pressure from the tight frames of the glasses. Or the reason is that the metal frame can not be processed to sit on the nose well, so the nose pad is a must. So, if you have a small nose, then a metal frame with built-in nose pads may be a great option for you. It is difficult for you to get plastic frames to stay in place without the benefit of nose pads holding them in place.

  • As we age, many of us notice difficulty reading small items within a meter (or few feet) of our eyes. This issue can become more pronounced after the age of 40, when the lenses of the eyes become progressively less flexible and have trouble accommodating to focus on objects at different distances. Some people who are just noticing difficulty viewing near objects can continue without bifocal glasses for several years. It may, however, take a few seconds to adjust one's focus when looking at a faraway object and then at something close. For people with just occasional difficulty seeing close up, using a pocket-size magnifying glass for reading small text and then your usual single-vision glasses/contacts for everything else, such as driving or watching television. Still others use two pairs of glasses (one for far distance and one for near) and switch back and forth as needed. When quick fixes such as these become inconvenient or inadequate. there are many other refractive options to
    consider,Progressive lenses make a smoother transition between as many as 20 different focal points in the glasses (for clearly viewing varying distances) compared with conventional bifocal lenses, which typically have a line dividing two parts (or trifocals, which have three parts) within the glasses. While wearing bifocal contact lenses in both eyes is a common choice.