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Cambridge Eye Doctor

Cambridge Eye Doctor

617-742-2076

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

100 State St
Boston, MA 02109-2406

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  • Hand soap or liquid soap diluted in water is ideal. Gently rub the soapy water on the lenses. Do not use a rough sponge or scouring pad, as this may scratch the anti-reflective coating. As an alternative to soapy water, it is possible to use any lens cleaning fluid that is "AR safe."

  • First of all, choose glasses that look sexy on you. For example, cat eye glasses is a better choice for you. Then you can also wear some clothes together with your sexy eyeglasses, which can make you look more attractive. Just choose some skirts or dresses which make you look charming. Or you can add some lovely details, too. Make sure your clothes match your glasses well. I believe you can look feminine with these outfits.

  • Twitching of the eyelid is a common complaint and usually is self limited. Most often it is due to lack of sleep, excessive stimulants such as caffeine, stress and occasionally related to more severe neurological issues.Modify these issues and things should get better. But it may take weeks for the twitching to go away. It is not related to changes in glasses, contact lenses etc. If it does not resolve by itself and is a chronic condition treatment options exist and it would be best to see your eye doctor.

  • No, it is strange to feel sting in the eyes when you wear contact lenses. It maybe normal to feel discomfort in the eyes as first you put contact lenses in the eyes. But it should not be happen that sting in the eyes. You'd better check your contact lenses if there anything on the lenses. If you not, you try again. If you still feel sting in the eyes, your eyes may allgeric to the lenses. Seeing an doctor or consult an opticain.

  • If you just want to wear for driving, i recommend you to buy polarized sunglasses. Compared common sunglasses that shield your eyes from UV rays and reduce strong sunlight, polarized sunglasses can also filter glares from water surface or other smooth surface. SO, they can provide your more comfortable vision when you drive. Besides, if you often drive in night, you can also prepare a pair of night vision sunglasses which are special made for wearing in night to drivers. Anyway, you can find polarized sunglasses at almost every eyeglasses shop who sold sunglasses. Just go ahead. Good luck.

  • Different people are different from each other. Sometimes, it is easy for a person who get used to wear a pair of new contacts. However, for some people, it need more or less one week to get used to it. So you may try another more day to see whether the contacts is fitted or not.

  • The cornea is the key part of our eyes, which would be easy injured on the surface layer of the cornea or the eyes, like photophobia. You would know the eye or the cornea is scratched immediately if you have excess amount of tears with uncomfortable sensation in the eye. In order to treat the scratched eyeball, you should blink eyes several times to remove dust, sand or other tiny objects, and flush eyes with water. Then, you should go to see the eye doctor thus he/she would tell you how to take medication. After that, you should place a cold compress on your eyes to wait for decreasing the pain of the cornea.

  • Yes, computer glasses can protect your eyes from the reflective light from computer screen so as to release your eye strain etc. And i saw Firmoo.com offer computer glasses.

  • There are many places that you can get amber rose glasses, like walmart, Firmoo. You can look for them at the local store, such as the drug store or any boutique which may have the amber rose glasses.

  • Well, how weird it sounds! I don' t think this is common. Maybe you just get somewhere hurt so that you get this. You might as well think of these days carefully to find out what had happened to you. If this just happens for no reason, then I can only suggest you to go to your eye doctor. I know a guy who used to meet this situation but he changed that through a surgery. By the way, are there any problems with your eyesight so far? If not, then you may not worry too much.