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Curtis Frank, OD Hours
155 Federal StSte 150 (between Milton Pl & High St) Boston,MA 02110
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About Curtis Frank, OD
We specialize in examinations for glass and all types of contacts.
Including disposables from Acuvue, Ciba, Bausch and lomb, and
We offer Corneal Refractive Therapy Lenses for reduction or elimination of myopia( nearsightedness)
Bifocal contacts both soft disposable and Hard gas permeable
Evaluation for and co-management of Refractive surgery, Lasik, PRK and Lasek. and Cataracts.
Evaluation for treatment for dry eyes..
Established in 1982
Dr. Frank is an independent Optometrist located inside For Eyes Optical on the corner of Federal and High Streets. He has been associated with For Eyes for the last 18 years.Meet the Business Owner: Curtis F.
Dr. Frank attended Michigan State University and graduated from the New England College of Optometry in 1982. He has a Post doctorate certification in diagnostic and therapeutic practice from the state of Massachusetts. Dr Frank is licensed in both Massachusetts and California. His areas of expertise are contact lenses practice including the treatment of astigmatism, presbyopia, and orthokeratology.
He is a clerkship faculty member of the New England collage of Optometry.Helping in the clinical training of students of the collage. Dr. Frank treats eye disease including red eyes, conjunctivitis, Iritis, and allergies.He also is very experienced in treating dry eye,using the latest techniques and medicines.
Dr. Frank also co- manages with surgeons Lasik and other refractive surgery procedures and pre and post cataract surgery.
If you are having problems with you glasses, contacts or comfort of your eyes see Dr. Frank.
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Yes, it is possible for you to get glaucoma because of too much computer using because of the strong pressure on eyes. When you sit in front of the computers for a long time, you may find that your eyes will easily get tiredness. Then your eyes pressure will get high. You should control the time of using eyes in front of the computers. You should also prepare the safety goggles which are very necessary now.
Oh, you are thinking about a natural way to make your sunglasses lenses darker? Anyway, I should tell you that sunglasses lenses are made up of artificial materials and basically it could not be darkened in a natural way. But they do protect your eyes from those harmful lights such as UV. If you really hate them, you could just get another pair of sunglasses at Walmart online store, where things are amazing in terms of design and price.
I have had a lot of problems with those pesty white spots on my contacts. My doc told me that they were calcium deposits too. I had worn contacts for over 10 years so it was shocking that it had just been happening for the last couple of years. I was told that diet, hormones, medications and changing cleaning solutions can cause them. So, in this way, you can buy some special solution to wash it off. Hope this helpful.
Same but it's my mom that says it
Can my eye glass lenses be scanned to make a new pair of glasses with the purchase of a frame?
Of course that computer glasses can help reduce our eye strain. Computer glasses are designed for those people who are working in front of a computer for a long time and those who often use computers for fun. We know that the distance between a person's eyes and the screen of a computer is usually fixed. But our normal eyeglasses are designed to adapt to a wider range of using. Computer glasses will make us feel more comfortable in this aspect. And computer glasses can block the reflections of computer screens and glares. This will further protect our eyes.
Yeah, the lutein may have little influence on the glaucoma. Glaucoma is a kind of ophthalmopathy of the damages in the retinal and optic nerve function. The glaucoma blindness is mainly due to the mechanical oppression produced from the rising intraocular pressure to optic or because of optic disk, such as blood disorder caused by optic nerve damage. It will lead to visual loss and narrow field of vision and finally blindness. Lutein can make up the eyes' necessary elements which make the eyes moisture. It is really good a thing for the eyes which may to some degree help people avoid from the glaucoma by keeping them moisture.
Yes, anemia will affect eyesight which will easily cause the bad eyesight. Once you get anemia, your body will lack Fe. You will have the weak immune system. Your eyes will see objects in the blurry state. That is the main reason for your bad eyesight. You'd better have good rest and eat more food with vitamin C. Only having the good body can you have the healthy eyes.
Make sure your baby has no bad eye condition. Baby's eyes are fragile and easy to get hurt. Eye infection can cause a lot of eye boogers. You should clean the boogers for the baby every day. When the eye boogers get dry, it's very hurt to remove them. First you should get a warm compress and put it on the eyes. It can help soften the crust. Then use a cotton bud dipped with warm water rubbing the eye boogers away. It is no good for baby have too much eye boogers; you should adjust your diet if the baby is breast-fed. Check your babyâ€™s eye if there is some thing abnormal. Any redness or blood shot should be taken care seriously.
Do not feel so bad about suffering cyst in your eyes because you can deal with it on your own. Do remember that good personal hygiene is required and do not rub your eyes, otherwise the spreading of the bacteria will continue. Once you have suffered cyst in the eye, stop use any kind of eye cosmetics in order to prevent the eye from infected and irritated. Try to wash your eyes frequently with clean water. And medical treatment from the eye doctor is strongly recommended if the problem gets out of control and worse. Take medicines and follow what the doctor say until the cyst goes away.
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