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Mead Eyecare & Eyewear

Mead Eyecare & Eyewear

(651) 735-9550

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1502 Woodlane Dr,
Saint Paul, MN 55125

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  • I think you can. I often wear my sunglasses as protective eyewear and they also work. Ski goggles should also work too.

  • First of all, you should go to the ophthalmology to take an eye examintation to see if there is any abnormity on your fundus or not. If there is not any abnormity on your fundus, then you can rest assured. Visual snow can be temporary for some days, or sometimes can last for a long time. To some extent, it depends on the indivisual health condition, personal immunity and state of mind for people to get rid of the visual snow. You had better keep a good mood, and do not be too anxious or nervous. Take adequate rest everyday and do not overuse your eyes. It is very rare that visual snow could lead to blindness. Nowadays there still are not exact causes for visual reasons, but you can try clonazepam, which is a preferred medicine for people with visual snow.

  • The pink eye is also called conjunctivitis, which is caused by the infection of viral or bacterial on the surface of the eyelid. Usually, it was infected by touching from hands to eyes. Hence, it's important to avoid using hands to rub eyes. And there are some antibiotic eyes drops can be used to treat the pink eye, such as 10% Sulfa Acyl Sodium Eye Drops, Chloramphenicol Eye Drops, Neomycin Sulfate Eye Drops. In general, you had better to drop it each 2 to 3 hours during the day. And you could use Erythromycins before sleep to prevent sticking the eyelid and keep it during the night.

  • Well, it's important to purchase lenses that sit correctly and comfortably on your eyes. Lenses that fit poorly are uncomfortable and can do your eyes more harm than good. Contacts cause discomfort and irritation. Generally speaking, proper insertion entails washing your hands, then placing the lens in your palm. Also, you should apply a few drops of saline or cleaning solution, and then pick the lens up with your index finger, open your eye as wide as possible and bring the lens to your eye slowly until it catches. And it will fit correctly. If your contacts do not fit correctly, they may cause corneal ulcers, whose symptoms include pain, redness, eyelid spasms and discharge from the eye. So just pay more attention to it.

  • I never buy eyeglasses at Target optical. So, i am not sure. But i heard that if you use VSP insurance, you can get 10% discount on your total order. Personally, if you want to know the exactly answer, you shall contact their stuff directly and consult them. They know better than another me.

  • They are just as safe as prescription contacts. As long as you wear them in a correct way, there won't be any problem. But you must have the contact lenses fitted an eye doctor because they are in different sizes.

  • Basically, the material of glasses frame and earrings should be matched or similar. For example, if the frame is made of metal, you can select sliver earrings to match the glasses. You should pay attention to the shape as well. You had better not select the same shape for both glasses and earrings. For instance, if you are wearing a pair of round-framed glasses, you should not wear round-shaped earrings. Otherwise, it would make your face present rounder. Additionally, the style of glasses and earrings should be matched or similar as well. It is a good way to show your quality. The most suitable way is wearing small and light-colored earring clips, which could match all types of glasses in all situations.

  • It means that there is an open sore in your cornea.It is often caused by viral, bacterial, or fungal infection, trauma or dry eyes. Don't worry. It can be cured. If the situation is not that bad, your doctor will prescribe you with antibiotic eye drops or oral medication to help your corneal to heal. When the medication doesn't work, you will have to turn to surgery.

  • Your prescription is a little bit strong, so here I kindly suggest you to choose a frame with the height less than 30mm. Because if you choose big frame with the height much higher than 30mm, it will cause circles just like the bottom of a beer bottle. Moreover, you can choose either 1.60 index lenses or 1.67 index lenses. With the same prescription, 1.67 index lenses is a little bit thinner than 1.60 index lenses. Hope this can help you out.

  • Bloodshot eyes are also commonly called red eyes. They are caused when the small blood vessels on the surface of the eye (sclera) become enlarged and congested with blood.This occurs as a result of insufficient oxygen supply to the cornea or the tissues covering the eyes. Usually, bloodshot eyes are not really a cause for major concern but if eye pain or impaired vision occurs, this may be an indication of a serious problem.A variation of this condition is a bright red, uniformly dense bloody area which forms on the sclera as a result of a small amount of bleeding. This bloody blotch usually occurs upon waking up in the morning. It does not hurt but looks awful, and will clear within a few days. This bloody blotch is called a subconjunctival hemorrhage.In cases where fatigue and eyestrain are the causes of bloodshot eyes, treatment is generally not required. More serious cases of bloodshot eyes that do not clear up shortly may require you to consult with an ophthalmologist.Eye drops are usually prescribed in order to provide relief for red eyes. Eyes may need irrigation with a normal saline solution to remove foreign bodies. If pink eye (conjunctivitis) is diagnosed, avoid touching the infected area and rubbing the other eye as this is a very contagious condition.