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Yichan Chung

Yichan Chung

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

Boston University Kbc
Boston, MA 02215

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  • Yes, you'd better see the eye doctor to treat your blepharitis which will not heal on its own. You need to treat it as soon as possible. Or else, the eyelash will be taken off in the eyes which will cause the damage on the conjunctiva. You should use some eye drops with anti-inflammation first and then take the medical care.

  • No, it is not safe for you to drive after the cornea transplant because you need the rest for the eyes at that time. Driving will cost you a lot of energy which will let your eyes focus on the front direction. Your eyes may feel uncomfortable which may affect your vision. You'd better not drive after the cornea transplant.

  • Well, for some people, it can be a normal situation. And generally speaking, when you brush your teeth, the paste can just stimulate your mouth, which is connected with your eyes. In that way, your tear system will be stimulated by paste too. And then it will just lead to watery eyes. So we can say that it can occur to some people. But if your eyes become watery heavily, I have to say that, there is something wrong with your tear system. And you may need to see the eye doctor as soon as possible.

  • I have tried a number of useful solutions for wearers of eyeglasses who want dark sunglasses: Prescription lenses made of dark plastic or glass. This is useful when you need one prescription for indoor reading and close work, a second prescription for outdoor activity, and an extra pair of dark glasses for the outdoor activity in bright sun. This also leaves an alternative if the dark glasses break or are lost while the wearer is engaged in vigorous activity. Photo-gray lenses that react to bright light by darkening. These are extremely convenient, but the darkness of the lenses may or may not be sufficient for comfort in the brightest light, and they do not appear as dark as some styles. Clip-on dark lenses that attach to the user's clear glasses. The traditional clip was very unfashionable, but new styles like these magnetic glasses are less obtrusive. The magnet attaches to a counterpart magnet on the glasses' hinge.

  • It depends on what kind of dirty on your contact lenses. Whether it can be rinsed out or not. If you can clean the contact lenses thoroughly, you can use the contact lens again. The most important thing is that you need to make sure the contact lenses can not infect your eyes with bacterial or other organism. However, the best and safest way is to change a new pair. Hope this helpful.

  • Well, yes, glaucoma can just cause dry eyes in some degree. And generally speaking, glaucoma is a condition which can cause damage to your eye's optic nerve. And then it gets worse over time. According to some researches, it's often associated with a buildup of pressure inside the eye. Of course, because of the high eye pressure, your eyes will be affected, leading to some eye problems, such as dry eyes. In some cases, itchy eyes can be possible too. What is more, the increased pressure, can damage the optic nerve, which transmits images to the brain. And the most dangerous situation is that if damage to the optic nerve from high eye pressure continues, glaucoma will cause permanent loss of vision. And that can be very serious. So just be careful about it.

  • My sister had all the bad after effects of lasik, like halos and dry eyes. She was miserable for months. We did some online research and found a dr in Maryland who specializes and treats lasik problems. Most of my sisters problems have been resolved. She has not been this happy in months!! Here is the docs web site lasikfailures.com

  • The doctors will use objective and subjective refraction to measure the refractive errors. First, the doctors will use objective refraction. They will use a tool called a retinoscope or auto-refractor to measure your refraction. Then the doctors may use subjective refraction. A phoropter is used to measure your subjective refractive error. You will be asked to sit behind the phoropter and look at an eye chart. The doctor will change lenses until you can see the letters on the chart clearly.

  • Usually the lenses are very tight in the glasses. You need to find the fire and heat the frames for a while. But you should control the distance and not let the lenses get damaged. Then you will find the frames of the glasses become loose. At this time, you could pop the lenses back into the glasses.

  • If you don't want to spend too much on it, I suggest you get it from online optical stores where the prices are much lower than in the brick-and-mortar optical stores. But generally speaking, it will take about 1 week or even more to get it cuz the glasses may be shipped from the overseas countries. If you aren't in urgent need of it I think this may be a good way.