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S F Eyes

S F Eyes

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Saint Paul, MN 55125-8670

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  • It sounds like you may getting bifocal lenses or progressive lenses. As far as i know, that eyeglasses lenses will have such problems of distortion vision if not use the lenses properly. If you have the bifocal or progressive eyeglasses, it is normal. So, you shall adapt your eyeglasses lenses as soon as possible. You shall try to turn your head for looking things around you instead of turn your pupils of eyes.

  • The answer can be NO. If you wear trifocals an some bifocals the classes CAN NOT be made into sunglasses.

  • Well, looks like there is something wrong with your eyelids. So, according to some cases and medical research, we can see that inborn droopy eyelids could be hereditary. I mean, if you have inborn droopy eyelids, then your offspring may suffer from them . However, if you try to get some surgery and pay more attention to them, or take some medicine. The problem would go away.

  • It is impossible to change the sunglasses lenses to be prescripted without replacing the lens. If you really love the style, you can keep the frame and ask the optician to put new prescription lenses in it. Most optical store can do that for you if the frame is not excessively big.

  • Yes, there is. I know XALATAN is an eye drop that lowers inner eye pressure. You don't usually feel high eye pressure, but if it is too high, it can damage the optic nerve and cause vision loss. Such eye drop is your partner in the fight against high eye pressure, which may lead to glaucoma. You can go to their website and have a look https://www.xalatan.com/content/index.aspx

  • No, there are neither theoretic nor practical evidence show toothpaste can reduce black eyes. In fact, millions of failures have proved that toothpaste doesn't help black eyes or spots. If you want to get rid of your black eyes, you should: 1. Apply ice compress to the eye as soon as it is punched. Once bruise is done, nearly nothing can be done to help. 2. When the bruise is done, you can also apply ice pack to reduce swelling.

  • Well, generally speaking, it is a common eye condition, causing the eyelids to be swollen and scaly-appearing at the base of the eyelashes. And you should know that if scales become coarser, the surface of the eye becomes irritated and forms crusts. And then, this crust falls into your eye, you may feel like you have "something in your eye" and feel crusty in your eyes. And according to some experts, it can be Blepharitis, which can be annoying. So you just need to be more careful about it. Maybe some cold compresses can be effective.

  • I think closing our eyes will affect our balance if we are not blind guys. But for those born with blindness, they have learned to keep balance by other senses. Usually all kinds of our feelings work together to keep the balance of our body, but when we lose one of them, our body will learn to keep balance by the rest of the senses. When we have our eyes open, we can adjust our body against a fixed position to correct our movements, but we often do this unconsciously. When you close our eyes, we need to adapt to the condition for a long time before we can correct your position with eyes closed, so we may lose the balance.

  • Hello, people working in manufacturing can get rust in their eyes. When you get rust in your eyes, you have several ways to deal with it. I just introduce one of them to you. First, wet a cotton swab with water, then open your eyes and rub the rust out of your eyes gently. Continue to flush your eyes with water until all the rust dust come out of your eyes. That may help, good luck!

  • Well, generally speaking, Blephariti is inflammation and it occurs on the part of the eyelid where the eyelashes grow. Because of it, your eyes can eventually become red, irritated and itchy. And when the small oil glands near the base of the eyelashes don't work properly, it can be possible too. Also, for some other symptoms, double vision and blurred vision can be possible. On the other hand, when you get eczema around your eyes, it can causes red, itchy and inflamed patches, and then it may swell. In common, eye infection can be the most common cause of eczema. For the treatments, you can use cool compresses to your eye area to relieve discomfort and itching, and also it can reduce swelling. So you can just check your own situation with them.