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    1.Melrose Eye Clinic

    605 W Main St
    Melrose, MN 56352-1045

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    Optical stores in Melrose offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Melrose have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
  • 2.Karen Zwack

    605 W Main St
    Melrose, MN 56352-1045

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    1.Pine Villa Care Center

    525 W Main St,
    Melrose, MN 56352

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    In the Melrose, optometrists can be found in the vicinity of a chain optical retail store, or in an independent optometrist's office. Optometrists are trained to address both vision refractive errors and eye health. Many optometrists sell high-end eyeglasses and contact lenses in their practices with the most professional possible services in addition to performing eye exams and writing prescriptions. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors (MD) in the eye care and vision health who perform eye exams, write prescription for eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses, diagnose and treat eye diseases and carry out eye surgery. Ophthalmologist's responsibility is much beyond that of optometrist.
  • 2.Karen Zwack

    605 W Main St
    Melrose, MN 56352-1045

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  • 3.DR Rick Groetsch OD

    605 W Main St,
    Melrose, MN 56352

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  • 4.Melrose Eye Clinic

    605 W Main St
    Melrose, MN 56352-1045

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    525 W Main St,
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  • With diseased or damaged cornea, people might lose vision for ever. Corneal transplantation surgery will replace the damaged or diseased cornea by a donated one in entirety or in part. The recovery period would be rather long. Normally people can go back to work or school 3-7 days after the surgery depending on the surgery complexity. I am not sure how complicated your surgery is, but I think it is better for you to have a longer rest at home. You can't drive until your doctor confirmed, because your vision might be blurry for 3-6 months. You should protect your eyes carefully, wearing sunglasses in day time and protective shield in night. You need to avoid any weight lifting or any other strenuous exercises for the first six weeks. Sutures might stay for 3-17months, depending on the heal rate you have. The better care you provide for your eyes, the sooner you could heal up. Anyway, rejection is a big problem for corneal transplantation. If you failed the first time, then it is even harder to make it succeed the second time. But the rejection could be prevented by steroid treatment if you find out the symptom early, including sensitivity to light, redness, decreased vision and discomfort.

  • Laser eye surgery is not recommended for teenagers. The FDA strictly prohibits LASIK surgery for those who are not yet 18 years of age. Most reputable eye surgeons will not perform LASIK on a young person until at least the age of 20.Our eyes continue to change during the teenage years, with vision finally stabilizing in our 20s.Because LASIK permanently alters the shape of the cornea, it is far too risky to perform LASIK on a cornea that is still changing in shape and size. If LASIK were to be performed on a teenager, the procedure would probably have to be repeated when he or she reached early adulthood. Once old enough for LASIK, surgeons will make certain of two things: A LASIK candidate should have no pre-existing corneal eye disease and should have a stable prescription for at least a year.

  • Well, I am so sorry to hear that you have got corneal abrasion, anyway, it is one of the most unwanted sufferings we ever expect during our lifetimes. Of course, it is very serious which could be quite emergent if it is not treated and taken care of. If your corneal abrasion does not receive effective treatment and medical care, it would be possible for you to go blind .

  • The answer is YES! Often, after you wear daily contact lenses for a long time, there are some side effects like lack of oxygen of cornea and obstacle of physiological metabolism, etc. What's more, if the ophthalmic lens is unclean, you may be easily affected in your eyes. And if the lens winding path not matching to the cornea, it also may lead to the injury of membrane structure of cornea and even affected the keratohelcosis. Naturally, other people may get the allergic eye inflammation after having been worn contact lenses for a long time. Therefore, when you are not in work, don't wear the contact lenses all times. The frames are another choice for you to wear in daily life. If it has to, don't wear them more than 12 hours at most. Last, you should pay attention to the hygiene quality of spectacles.

  • Yes, our eyes are too deliberate to most of chemical substances at a limited level. Eye makeup are always associated with eyes concealer, eyeliner, eyeshadow and highlighter, sometimes the use of fake eyelashes and eyelash glue. Both of them may cause contact dermatitis based on your personal sensitivity. As we all know, all the cosmetics contain some chemical substance having potential health hazards. The incorrect ways to wear and the incomplete makeup discharge will definitely lead to tiny chemicals residue. As a result of long time accumulation, your eyes will be irritated, and then result in some more serious eye diseases, like conjunctivitis. I use the cosmetic items everyday. What I focus most must be the quality of the items, and then the complete make up removal by special makeup remover. You can never expect that a poor product will have a protective property.

  • So far, i didn't heard that cataract surgery can cure presbyopia. And many patient need eyeglasses to help near vision after conventional cataract surgery. In common, cataract surgery is to use artificial intra-ocular lens (IOL) instead of lens cortex that becomes cloudy in the eyes. And IOL usually have one focal point. So, after the surgery, patient still need wear glasses to provide vision aids.

  • Eye vision is one of the most important things for human beings. No one wants to be blindness and myopia. So many foods and medicines to be found to protect eye sight. Well, vitamin A is one of them. Vitamin A is a group of nutritionally unsaturated hydrocarbons, which include retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and several provitamin A carotenoids. Vitamin A has multiple functions, it is important for growth and development, for the maintenance of the immune system and good vision. Vitamin A supplements can be taken from oranges, potatoes and many fresh fruits and vegetables. Personally, black tea is also good to brighten eyes and protect myopia.

  • At least one week. Begin from half hour's eyes use please, then it would be increased gradually. Prevent long time computer watching with your eyes. Long time eye use will cause vision problems such as myopia, glaucoma, cataract etc. with the normal eyes, you must take care of your eyes after surgery. In order to protect your eyes from the disease, please doing the follows, to relax your eyes at regular time. Make sure relax 10-15min after every 2 hours computer work or book reading. Looking far distance view, taking eye exercises or massage both ok. Moisten your eyes with eye blinking. If you work in a room with air conditioner, please prepare a cup of water near your desk to increase ambient humidity. Take care of the nutrient balance with Calcium, protein taking, avoide food prferenc and control the sweet food quantity. These nutrient elements will protect your eyes and less sweet food will help the vitamin B1 remain. Please wear sunglasses when you out within one month after surgery.

  • Yes of course, it is true, dry eyes is one of the lasting impacts from taking cataract surgery.Generally speaking, the reason is less production of tears and higher eye pressure. What I recommend to you is that try to find some artificial tear drops with the doctor's guidance. Or you might as well consult the doctor before you do something. Just pay more attention to your eyes.

  • Itchy eyes can be caused by tiredness, and infection, etc. It's reasonable for you to get itchy at night eyes after the tired work. And the air are polluted, then our eyes and skin are easily to get infected by bacterium, so itchy eyes at night can be explained. Anyway, you need to keep your eyes clean every night before sleep. Solution may be helpful, artificial can help you relieve your eyes as well.