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Graphic Connections

Graphic Connections

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

145 Mt. Auburn St.
Watertown, MA 02477

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  • Do you like this pair of sunglasses? https://www.firmoo.com/prescription-sunglasses-p-2187.html They are not made by plastic crystal and they are not the ray ban sunglasses. But I just bought it the last month. I think they are very beautiful so I recommend it to you.

  • I've heard that transition glasses are easy to change the color in a low temperature. You can put your transition glasses in the freezer for some time. Then you take them out to see whether they change the color.

  • Why not, I have same prescription for my left and right eye, I am a lazy boy I admit, I usually mix up them, I can see clearly with both contacts.

  • I highly suggest you to not get a pair of prescription eyeglasses according to the Rx you mentioned, since your prescription is not strong enough to get a pair. You may relax your eyes once in a while may help the instauration of your eye sight.

  • A curve is part of a circle, it is also part of a sphere, and it is also part of a cylinder. In optics, a curve is called a curvature. It is the curvature in your eyes that makes them focus and produce a clear picture. It is the curvature in the lenses that gives them the optical power to focus or to change the focus in your eyes. it is this curvature and nothing else. There are no molecular changes in the glasses, there are no other physical or chemical changes. The differences in lenses are differences in curvature. But not all sunglasses are curved though.

  • Pink eyes, known as conjunctivitis, are caused by infection with redness and swelling on the eyelid and eye surfaces. People with pink eyes usually have red eyes that is a very visible sign. If you have red eyes and feel itches, pain, you shall visit an doctor for a eye check. However, a clogged tear duct is a problems that at any point in the tear drainage system from in the tear drainage system. If you suffer it, the tears won't drain properly to keep your eyes moist. From this point, people with a clogged tear duct may also suffer dry eyes.

  • We can not give an acute time. It will take about one or two weeks to get orders by common shipping. And before shipping there have some preparation like packing and preparing right eyeglasses. That means one or two more working days. If you want to get the detail of your order, go to check the website to see whether there is shipping trace or ask the customer service for shipping number so as to trace your order.

  • Well, you can wear contact lenses even if in winter. And first, you should know that there is no evidence which can show that contact lenses should not be worn in winter. And in my opinion, there is nothing to do with the season. So you do not need to worry about it. For the care of contacts, you can just console it with your doctor. Generally speaking, contact lenses should be cleaned with solution, or it will infect your eyes.

  • Well, yes, astigmatism can cause eye pain in some degree, so you need to pay more attention to it. Generally speaking, astigmatism is merely a visual condition of the eye that is caused by its shape. This comes from some experts. And then, we can also say that astigmatism is the result of an eye, which has two different powers, and it splits the focus point into two different partial focus points. In that way, there are some symptoms because of it. For example, it can lead to blurry vision, shadow images, eye muscle spasms, eye strain, and headaches. Because of the eye strain, eye pain can be possible too.

  • The most common cause of watery eyes is chronic irritation of the eyes, typically from exposure to irritating substances in the air such as dust particles, or from eye allergies. The chronic irritation to the surface of the eyes caused by these conditions stimulates tear production as a defense mechanism, which leads to the watery eyes. Other symptoms that are associated with chronic irritation of the eyes would include eye redness and eye itching. Another, much rarer, cause of excessive tearing is obstruction or partial blockage of the tear duct that is supposed to drain the tears away from the corner of the eye into the nasal passages.When you go to see your primary care doctor, in addition to evaluating you for chronic eye irritation as the cause of your excessive tearing, they will also be able to assess if you might have any duct blockage.