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Specs Appeal

Specs Appeal

(651) 829-8853

Category: Eye Doctor

844 Grand Ave
Saint Paul,MN 55105

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844 Grand Ave Saint Paul,MN 55105

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Welcome to Specs Appeal! We're an optometrist's office, offering the Twin Cities area a unique selection of frames, along with superior service and personal care. Whether you need an eye exam, an optometrist or other eye care supplies, certified optometrist Dr. James Buchli will help you get the eye wear you need.We can help you with: \u2022 Farsightedness\u2022 Glaucoma\u2022 Sunglasses\u2022 Nearsightedness\u2022 Eye Exams\u2022 Headaches\u2022 ContactsWe are a full service optical center, offering a complete line of frames, lenses, and contacts. We are a thin lens specialist and pride ourselves on matching you with the perfect set of frames and lenses! Call today to set up an eye exam by appointment, and start seeing the world in a whole new light!Unique Selection of Frames



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  • I believe your reds eyes after skining is a combination of wind, glare, low humidity and less oxygen. Rewetting drops don't really help nor do drops for the redness. Goggles help but not enough.An optician once told me that contacts love either cold/dry or hot/humid conditions so skiing should be good for them. I am currently trying new monthly torics, Proclear and Frequency Xcel. I also have dry eyes. the proclear has a higher water content and I find them less comfortable. these lenses need more water which my eye is not producing.Red eyes mean something is irritating them. I assume you wear googles or wrap around shades so it should not be wind or glare. it might have something to do with the fit of your lens or the oxygen supply to the eye. probably best to see an optician for a check up.

  • High intake of fruit and vegetables will help with the healing from cataract surgery. People who eat lots of yellow or dark leafy vegetables as well as foods rich in vitamin E will also be helpful. Lutein and zeaxanthin are the only carotenoids detected in the human lens and these nutrients play a role in preserving lens clarity. Moreover, higher intakes of vitamin C or the combined intake of antioxidants had long-term protective associations against development of nuclear cataract. Hope this helpful.

  • As long as your sunglasses have no prescription, it is ok to wear asunglasses over the contact lenses while in the sun or driving.This way can not only protect you from UV rays and glare but also help you see clearly.What's more, it's very convenient to take the sunglasses off when you do indoors.

  • Yes, it's absolutely safe, but don't expect too much from it unless you want to prevent/treat eye illnesses related to age (such as macular degeneration) or other retinal disorders . If your problem is just eye-strain or you'd like to improve your eyesight, lutein will be useless.

  • Yes, it is normal. Most eyeglass nose pads are made from soft silicone. Soft silicone is a good material for eyeglass nose pads because they are translucent (clear) and stick to the skin without discomfort. Soft silicone nose pads are often advertised as being "hypoallergenic," which means they have a low incidence of causing allergic reactions. However, people with sensitive skin or silicone/latex allergies may exhibit symptoms of silicone allergy when wearing silicone eyeglass nose pads. If your skin is irritated, consult your eye doctor.

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  • Well, for your situation, I have to say that your eyes may suffer from eye infection after the cataract surgery. First, you should know that cataract surgery is an operation to remove the clouded lens. But after the surgery, you need to be careful about your eyes in the first several weeks after eye surgery, or it will just lead to an infection or inflammation that irritates the eyes. Finally, it will just cause ghosting in your eyes. Of course, it will slow down the recovery process too. To make sure the cataract surgery effective, just avoid your eyes being infected by some bacteria.

  • It will take time to adjust to the shifting of the contacts. I think the contacts will attach to our eyeballs and will move with our eyeballs. But sometimes they will move in their own way. Just blink your eyes for several times again to try to replace them. And if this doesn't affect your vision, you can wear them for few days first. If you can't adjust to this, go and see an optometrist and talk with him or her.

  • Usually, i often change my contact lenses 3 months. And replace my contact lenses half a year. I feel good. In fact, whether you replace your contact lenses case is not the point. You shall always keep the cases clean. I always keep washing my contact lenses cases everyday. As long as the cases are clean and in good condition, you can use it. But As for contact lenses, you shall replace them once they are overdue. Or it may cause eye hurt.

  • I can share some of my experience with you. If you want to find sunglasses that worth the best value, it is a good choice to get some discounted designer sunglasses such as Rayban. There are some online stores that specially provide discounted designer sunglasses. You can search "discounted designer sunglasses" on google.

  • You can use a few ways to remove excess germs and cellular debris over your eyelids. I found this on the internet: first, put a few drops of mild baby shampoo into a cup of warm water and stir it for a while. Second, close your eyelids and then use a cotton wool ball to brush the soapy solution along the base of your eyelashes gently. It is always important to avoid touching your eyelids with dirty towels or contaminated hands.