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Eye Care Associates

Eye Care Associates

612-788-1621

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

4001 Stinson Blvd Ste 100
Minneapolis, MN 55421-3425

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  • hes almost always high so the sunglasses are most likely to hide this but even if its not for that the sunglasses are very cool

  • No, lasik eye surgery can't help treat or reduce nigh vision. People with night vision problem usually feel difficult to see in dim light. And there are many factors that can cause night blindness such as untreated myopia, vitamin A or zinc deficiency, or even chronic diseases etc. Also, complications of LASIK surgery can also cause night vision problems. And the treatment for night vision problems varies from their causes. For example, if you are vitamin A or zinc deficiency, you can correct your night vision by take some supplements contain vitamin A or zinc. But if it is caused by cataracts, you can treat your eyes with surgery. Therefore, consult your doctor if you want to treat your eyes.

  • Ok, from what you said, I can see that you are afraid of getting fallen eyelashes out of using mascara, as a matter of fact, it is true too much mascara could give rise to fallen eyelashes, because your eyelashes are quite fragile which could be falling with overuse of mascara, since mascara could be attached to those eyelashes. And too much mascara could lead to other eye problems, such as red eyes. So try to be careful will you?

  • Well, it is normal to have floaters for many people, and actually they are harmless. And on the other hand, it can be annoying to have them. Floaters are basically little blobs of protein that float through the hollow sphere which is filled with a thick, gel like fluid known as the vitreous humour. For the treatments, you should know that proper nutrition can prevent new eye floaters. So you can eat as many water and vitamin rich vegetables as possible. Also, trying some ways to make your eyes have enough breath is also effective. Anyway, you can just have a try.

  • Blinking is not a problem as your eye is propped open throughout the procedure by the lid speculum. When the cornea flap is being created, you will not be able to move your eye as it is held firmly by the strong suction force exerted through the suction ring. During the laser phase, you are required to keep your gaze fixed at the blinking red light straight ahead. Do not worry that your eye may inadvertently drift away as the surgeon is closely monitoring the procedure throughout and can halt treatment at any time should drifting occur. In addition, all modern lasers have a sophisticated built-in eye tracking system that will actively follow any small movements of your eye. This will ensure that the laser treatment is applied at the right spot throughout the procedure.

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  • It is good to wear contacts in cold weather in case the steam will condense on glasses impairing vision.

  • There will be a contact Lens Fitting in eye exam for contacts to make sure if you are good candidate for wearing contacts. They will check if there is any eye disease such as dry eyes, keratitis and so on. Also they will measure your base curve to find the right size of contact lenses for you.