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Family Vision Center

Family Vision Center

616-530-0600

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

600 36th Street Sw
Wyoming, MI 49509-4005

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  • Usually the identical twins will have the same eye color. As we know, the color of the eye is determined by the genetic gene. That is to say, it is determined by your father or mother. The possibility of getting the same eye color for the identical twins is high. However there exists the difference at the small degree.

  • Do your eyes be afraid of light or be sensitive to light? If so, I must say sorry that you may get photophobia. What is photophobia? Well, the most common explanation is that photophobia means that people is afraid of light and sensitive to light. Photophobia is the most obvious eye problems. My elder sister (a doctor) told me that photophobia is a symptom of abnormal intolerance to visual perception of light. Then I seek deeply online and found that several different medical conditions may lead to photophobia , such as the eye or the nervous system, that is , too much light entering eyes, overstimulation of the photoreceptors in the retina, excessive electric impulses to the optic nerve and excessive response in the central nervous system. It's true that some eye problems cause other diseases, such as nose pain and toothache. On the contrary, many other diseases also cause serve eye problems, such as anemia high blood pressure cause blurred vision. Sinusitis is really possible cause photophobia because eye nerves can be irritated by nose problems. Meanwhile sinusitis can develop from colds or allergies. While colds can also cause eye problems. Well, it is complex.

  • Yes.The aspheric lenses have a flatter surface, so light can pass through them in a direct path. The aspheric lenses are positioned much closer to the face, and thus helps in better correction of vision. So aspheric lenses can reduce distortion, making nearsighted people look better.

  • Photochromic lenses can darken automatically in sun and restore to be clear indoor. I am not quite understand the type you mean. But as far as i know, Firmoo.com provides two type of Photochromic lenses according to color: grey and brown. If you want to know more about the photochromic lenses on Firmoo.com, you can have a look at : https://www.firmoo.com/prescription-sunglasses.html Hope this can help you.

  • The bifocal lenses are always used by older people who are suffered myopia and presbyopic. This kind of lenses has two focuses. One is used to adjust the prescription, and another is used to correct the presbyopic. On the lenses, there is a divided line. Watching from the upper of lenses is a far distance, and watching from button is in a short distance. In result, those glasses are recommended to the people who are more than 40 years old and suffered with myopia and presbyopic.

  • Based on your description, it might be hyperglycemia and diabetes triggered your difficulty in focusing your vision. It is not weird but common for diabetes patients. Diabetes is a condition people can't produce enough insulin or cells of body don't respond to insulin properly. Hyperglycemia is a very serious problem for people have diabetes. There is one hyperglycemia called postprandial or after-meal hyperglycemia, which is defined as a blood sugar usually greater than 180 mg/dL. For people who has no diabetes or hyperglycemia, it is possible that after a large meal, their blood sugar lever, which are usually below 140mg/dL, will rocket to above 180mg/dL. It will cause fatigue, weight loss, difficulty in concentration, blurry vision, headaches and increased thirsty. This is a signal sent by the body. It means these people are at a very high risk to develop type 2 diabetes. My suggestion is that you should visit your doctor and take an physical examination.

  • To find a frame of your size, you must first know the measurements of the frame that you require. In order to do that, please refer to the figure below and measure it accordingly. If you wear glasses and have a pair handy already, first check the inner side of the temples (arms) of those glasses. Usually, there are some numbers listed on them (see figure below). For Example, it says: Brand Model 52/18 135 or 52 18-135, it refers to the following measurements. a) 52-Lens Width b) 18-Nose Bridge c) 135-Temple size

  • Yeah, the eyelash will get thinner and shorter as you age. As you age and your hair follicles age as well, you may notice a thinning of your lashes. Even if you boasted a thick fringe in your younger years, as your natural hair begins to thin and the hair follicles essentially die as you age, your eyelashes may follow suit. Typically the thinning associated with age is minor, and can be disguised with false lashes and cosmetic. Eyelash growth has four stages: growth, resting, shedding and re-growth. Your lashes continuously cycle through these four stages. As we age, eyelash follicles (the openings in the skin through which the lash grows) can slow or stop producing new lashes altogether. Talk with your health care provider about your concerns; he or she can help get to the root of the problem.

  • Glaucoma has many symptoms but eye floaters. Glaucoma can cause cloudy cornea, dry eye and eye pain. However, it is hard to lead to eye floaters. Commonly eye floaters caused by caused by viral infections, fungal infections, or auto-immune inflammation, eye diseases, injury to eyes and Diabetic retinopathy. You can consider a surgical procedure called a vitrectomy.

  • Fog in ski goggles can be quite a pain in the neck. I love skiing and my exclusive tips are that before they are fogging, you need to carry a tissue or piece of cloth to wipe off the moisture on the screen. You have to make sure that air can circulate through your goggle to refrain from fogging.