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  • Best of Minneapolis Eyeglasses Stores

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    1.Glasses For Everyone

    3222 39th Ave S
    Minneapolis, MN

    Glasses For Everyone is a 5-star Optical Store1 Reviews

    she is helpful friendly and a self owned business ready to help will leave u with a smile walking out...
  • 2.Southdale Eye Clinic, Contact Lens, and Optical

    6533 Drew Ave S
    Minneapolis,MN 55435

    Southdale Eye Clinic, Contact Lens, and Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 3.Walman Optical Company

    801 12th Ave N
    Minneapolis, MN 55411-4230

    Walman Optical Company is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 4.Invision

    3380 Galleria
    Minneapolis, MN 55435-4214

    Invision is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 5.Park Nicollet Clinic

    3900 Park Nicollet Blvd
    Minneapolis, MN 55416-2505

    Park Nicollet Clinic is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 6.Uptown Vision Clinic

    3553 Hennepin Ave S
    Minneapolis, MN 55408-3830

    Uptown Vision Clinic is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 7.Northeast Optical

    4001 Stinson Blvd Ste 100
    Minneapolis, MN 55421-3425

    Northeast Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 8.Target Optical

    900 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403-2530

    Target Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 9.Specs Optical

    2204 Hennepin Ave S
    Minneapolis, MN 55405-2737

    Specs Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 10.Twin City Optical

    5205 Highway 169 N
    Minneapolis, MN 55378

    Twin City Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • Best of Minneapolis Eye Doctors

  • Eye Doctor

    1.Joffe MediCenter

    2311 S Wayzata Blvd
    Minneapolis,MN 55405

    Joffe MediCenter is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

    I had LASIK surgery with Dr. Whiting on May 29, 2009 when he was at Joffe MediCenter and now I'll be getting a cornea transplant. Dr. Whiting represented Joffe MediCenter and I don't think he did a great job. I had major problems with my LASIK and the day after surgery I was told that my best corrective vision was lost, but Whiting told me that the optomotrist spoke in error. DID HE??? Dr. Whiting never followed up with me after my surgery and avoided me. My experience with Dr. Whiting has been completely devistating for my family and me. I lost my job and I don't drive. Not a great situation to be in and especially when I have four young children. I hope that your LASIK continues to work for you, but sadly you may not know for years how great it or doctor Whiting really was. I hope you don't regret listening to Dr. Foley....
  • 2.Frick Scott A Optometrist

    5200 Douglas Dr N
    Minneapolis, MN 55429

    Frick Scott A Optometrist is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 3.Gross Shawn J MD

    3939 W 50th St Ste 200
    Minneapolis, MN 55424

    Gross Shawn J MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Siegal Naomi L Cmt Otr

    825 Nicollet Mall Ste 300
    Minneapolis, MN 55402

    Siegal Naomi L Cmt Otr is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 5.Keane William MD

    825 S 8th St
    Minneapolis, MN 55404

    Keane William MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 6.Sabre Mark S Dr

    3553 Hennepin Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55408

    Sabre Mark S Dr is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 7.Scaramuzza Thomas M OD

    3800 Park Nicollet Blvd
    Minneapolis, MN 55416

    Scaramuzza Thomas M OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 8.Lenscrafters Drs

    1260 Brookdale Ctr
    Minneapolis, MN 55430

    Lenscrafters Drs is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 9.Lofness Julia K Psyd

    825 Nicollet Mall Ste 300
    Minneapolis, MN 55402

    Lofness Julia K Psyd is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 10.Mallery J MD

    825 S 8th St
    Minneapolis, MN 55404

    Mallery J MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Glasses For Everyone

    Glasses For Everyone is 5-star1 Reviews

    she is helpful friendly and a self owned business ready to help will leave u with a smile walking out

  • Joffe MediCenter

    Joffe MediCenter is 5-star1 Reviews

    I had LASIK surgery with Dr. Whiting on May 29, 2009 when he was at Joffe MediCenter and now I'll be getting a cornea transplant. Dr. Whiting represented Joffe MediCenter and I don't think he did a great job.

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  • Usually people having this symptom are genetic endowment. The sneeze is because the nose is affected by the foreign matter which should be out of the body. The eyes and nose perception are dominated by the same of trigeminal nerve, stimulating a strong defense responses confusion together. That is why it causes the appearance of sneezing when stimulated by the sunlight in which there exists a lot of invisible bacterium.

  • There might be something wrong with his eyes. Or he may suffer from some health problems. You'd better take your father to see a doctor immediately.

  • There are no obvious features of male sunglasses. Compared to female sunglasses, sunglasses for men tend to be larger and simpler because men tend to have larger faces than women. Most women sunglasses have more designs and patterns on them to make them look more feminine. While male sunglasses don't have these unconventional patterns. They just resemble standard glasses. Besides, sunglasses for men usually come in simple colors, such as black, brown and grey.

  • Easy. This is how you could get lighter eyes. If you want a light brown, and don't want to go crazy with purple eyeshadows like some people Re suggesting, this is what you do. First, you put black eyeliner on your top waterline, and bottom. Black around your eyes really stands out brown eyes, causing an allusion to make them seem lighter. Also, you could wear a bashe/tan eyeshadow because it also pops out your brown eyes and makes them camafluage into a lightish tanish color. A few good tips that REALLY help, is to drink a lot of water, and eat carrots. Another one, is to be around green things. It may seem strange but I've noticed my friend with dark brown eyes' favorite color was green, and she always starred at it and admired it and had green objects all in her room, and the bright color your eyes get used to seeing forms camafluage pigments in your eyes, causing your eyes to be a really light brown. Her eyes almost look hazel, not only because of that, but because she changed her lighting in her house to flouresant, and drinks water and eats carrots. It really works. If you want hazel/green eyes, on your top waterline on your eye, get a green eyeliner pencil and apply it there. From away, people just see the green and your eyes look green, it also works better if you put it on your bottom waterline, because from far away and up close they look hazel when your brown eyes are in the middle and its surrounded by a light green liner. I promise this works. Your welcome :)

  • There are many causes of blurred vision, such as myopia, dry eyes, cataracts and some other causes. So first you need to determine the cause of your blurred vision. You'd better seek help from your doctor. Sometimes the medication you are taking may cause you blurred vision as side affect. The symptom may not last long but you should have a close check on your eyes because it may indicate very serious health condition. Minor problems such as nearsightedness and wearing the wrong eyeglasses can cause blurred vision too. Other symptoms may accompany blurred vision, so you should observe you body if there is something wrong you haven't noticed. In a word, any problem with eyes should be taken care of. So don't be hesitating to see your doctor. Wish you good health!

  • Yes, people may get pink eyes if he or she kisses someone with pink eyes. Pink eye is a common acute prevailing conjunctivitis, which is given rise to by germs infection. It has the characteristics of acute morbidity and high contagiosity. The main route of transmission of pink eyes is through touch. Assume that a person touches the things with the eye gums or tears of someone with pink eyes, such as towel, handkerchief, washbasin, water, etc. or he shakes hands with someone with pink eyes and then rub his eyes with his hands, then he can be contagious with pink eyes. Therefore, when kissing someone with pink eyes, people could get pink eyes if they are unlucky enough to touch their eye secretion.

  • If i have to make a choice, i prefer to eyeglasses. It is really inconvenience to wear contact lenses. And wearing contact lenses hurt eyes. Unlike contact lenses, eyeglasses are much more convenience. You can take on or take off the glasses any time and anywhere. And you don't worry the eyeglasses will cause infection to your eyes. It is a easy and good way to get clear vision from prescription eyeglasses.

  • Well, generally speaking, there are many factors which can lead to burning eyes, such as eye infection and high eye pressure. But for your situation, I think it may be because of the eye infection. At this moment, you need to try some ways to treat your burning eyes. For example, you can have some cold compresses, and put some cool ice or cool cucumbers on your eyes. In that way, it can relieve your symptom and make you feel well. Also, for burning eyes, high eye pressure can be fatal, especially in summer. So I will suggest you have a good rest and that can be good for your eyes. of course, a pair of sunglasses can be perfect.

  • You can test your old sunglasses at home. You can borrow the UV flashlight and turn on it after turning off other lights at home, and shine the UV light on the lenses of your old sunglasses. If they are fluorescent, it proved that your old sunglasses are of UV protection. But this can't show you how much UV light your sunglasses can filter for you, while at least they are actually doing something for you.

  • Dry eyes is the common cause of veiny eye. Have you read for a long time? Or watched the TV or computer a lot? You need to relax your eyes occasionally. Too much strain can harm your eyes. To reduce the veiny eye, enough rest is important, and eye drops can also be cuseful. If your eyes are not just veiny, but also suffer other problems, you’d better go see a doctor.