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In Vision

In Vision

651-291-0318

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

867 Grand Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55105-3052

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  • My Dad had it last year with fantastic results. He was legally blind and now doesn't have to wear glasses at all. I would consider it if I had the money.

  • Keratitis, also known as corneal inflammation, the transparent membrane that covers the colored part of the eye and pupil of the eye. People who get corneal inflammation is easy to suffer pain, redness in eyes. Tearing and extreme sensitivity to light may also occur. Commonly corneal inflammation can be caused by infection, injury to eyes, vitamin A deficiency and so on. Eye color can be changed by smoke, aging and autoimmune diseases, but not corneal inflammation. Corneal inflammation can do harmful to iris indeed because it is easy to lead to blurry vision and photophobia.

  • To relieve your eye strain, pair of computer glasses can meet your needs. You can also keep your eyes away from your computer screen regualrly and let your eyes relax, then it will reduce your eye strain. If you want to get anti-glare glasses, you can talk to your doctor and take your doctor's advice.

  • There are many good home remedies for you to treat your eye eczema. You'd better keep on using the medical treatment everyday to get rid of the invisible bacterium in or around your eyes. In addition, you could also use the eye drops to make your eyes keep moisture. You should eat more food with vitamin C which will make your eyes keep moisture.

  • Yes, some people considered tumors as eye cancer. It is really uncommon for people to get eye tumor. And tumor comprised of blood vessels. They grow within choroid and blood vessel layer beneath the retina. Don't worry, it is rare for people suffered from tumor. In UK, it only about 430 cases diagnosed eye cancer each year. So, don't think too much about it to scare yourself.

  • I just had lasik last Thursday & would highly recommend it! The first step is to have a lasik evaluation. This exam SHOULD be free at whatever laser facility you choose. It is basically to determine if you are a candidate or not. Your eyes will be dilated that day and they will do multiple tests to check the overall health of your eyes. The procedure itself was so much better than I thought it would be! The surgeon talks you through the whole thing and its over before you know it!

  • Well, nowadays, dark circles can be very normal for many people to have. And the common reason is lack of sleep, stress, bad habit, and some other hereditary factors. But on the other hand, it is very normal for baby to have dark circles too. First, as we know that we all have thinner skin under our eyes than on the rest of our faces. And this means blood vessels under the skin can make the area around the eyes look darker. In that way, it will just make the dark circles under his eyes more obvious. Also, tiredness can make the dark circles stand out more. This will make the blood vessels underneath his skin look darker. By the way, hereditary reasons can be possible too. So you can just check these with your baby.

  • With the protecting aid during games, basketball goggles have been gaining more and more attention among basketball lovers. Firmoo is willing to offer its great collection of basketball goggles online. Wearing Firmoo's basketball eyewear, we could enjoy more plesures about basketball. But I'm not sure whether Firmoo is providing free basketball goggles or not. You are welcome to log in Firmoo.com and find the detailed information. Good luck.

  • It is really terrible for you to get the peppermint oil in your eyes. You'd better wash it out with the clean water as soon as possible. You could wash it until you see nothing of oil in your eyes. Then you could use the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable.

  • I've heard that sleeping in eye makeup can cause irritation and infection, so it's best to remove each night before going to bed. I recommend a washcloth with very warm, almost hot water and press it against your eyes, this "steams" all the makeup off!