Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Staples of Minnesota

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Staples of Minnesota. You may arrange an free eye exam, buy prescription eyeglasses, RX sunglasses or donate your old eyeglasses by using the contact information in the directory.
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    1.Midwest Family Eye Center

    200 1st St Ne
    Staples, MN 56479-2398

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    Optical stores in Staples offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Staples have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
  • 2.Staples Eye Clinic

    222 4th St Ne
    Staples, MN 56479-2428

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  • 3.Staples Eye Clinic

    222 Ne 4th St
    Staples, MN 56479-2428

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  • 4.Twin City Optical

    905 N 4th St
    Staples, MN 56479

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  • 5.Twin City Optical Company

    905 N Fourth St
    Staples, MN 56479

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  • 6.Midwest Family Eye Ctr Pa

    200 1st St Ne Ste 2
    Staples, MN 56479-2398

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  • 7.McCall Jackie O.D.

    121 4th St NE
    Staples,MN 56479

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    1.Northern Eye Center

    200 1st St NE
    Staples, MN 56479

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    In the Staples, optometrists can be found in the vicinity of a chain optical retail store, or in an independent optometrist's office. Optometrists are trained to address both vision refractive errors and eye health. Many optometrists sell high-end eyeglasses and contact lenses in their practices with the most professional possible services in addition to performing eye exams and writing prescriptions. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors (MD) in the eye care and vision health who perform eye exams, write prescription for eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses, diagnose and treat eye diseases and carry out eye surgery. Ophthalmologist's responsibility is much beyond that of optometrist.
  • 2.Midwest Family Eye Ctr Pa

    200 1st St Ne Ste 2
    Staples, MN 56479-2398

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  • 3.Gunnarson Lamar OD

    222 4th St NE,
    Staples, MN 56479

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  • 4.MidWest Family Eye Center

    200 1st St NE Ste 2,
    Staples, MN 56479

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  • 5.MidWest Family Eye Center PA

    121 4th St NE,
    Staples, MN 56479

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  • 6.Twin City Optical Company

    905 N Fourth St
    Staples, MN 56479

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  • 7.Twin City Optical

    905 N 4th St
    Staples, MN 56479

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  • 8.Staples Eye Clinic

    222 Ne 4th St
    Staples, MN 56479-2428

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  • 9.Staples Eye Clinic

    222 4th St Ne
    Staples, MN 56479-2428

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  • 10.Midwest Family Eye Center

    200 1st St Ne
    Staples, MN 56479-2398

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  • Glasses provide accurate and predictable vision correction.they can protect your eyes from injury,such as something getting in your eyes. They can reliably correct your vision. And they are very easy to take on/off.

  • Yes, the hand eye coordination is very important for children because the children are in the state of the developed state. Their hands are not that flexible. The hand eye coordination is the coordinated control between the eye movement and hand movement by processing of visual input to guide the hands which reach and grasp the things. At the same time, the use of hands will guide the use of the eyes. In the eye-hand coordination, it involves the coordinated vision and hand movement to finish a process. There are many activities for you to use to improve your eyes and hands movements. You could play the computers or read music or play games in sports to exercise your reaction between hands and eyes. As we know, children will be weak at the visual side and the hands movement. By doing such thing can the children be flexible at the whole body movement. It is very necessary for them.

  • Cycling glasses are fairly similar, if not identical, to other sports sunglasses. But they are significantly different than fashion sunglasses. When comparing general sports sunglasses to cycling-specific sunglasses, I've noticed a few trends: More of the cycling-specific models have interchangeable lenses than general sports models. More of the cycling-specific models have vents. Hydrophobic coatings seem to be harder to find on cycling-specific models. These are just my observations based on statistically insignificant sample sizes.

  • Do not look at the sun directly, it will hurt your eyes. However, you need to sun filter or sunglasses to prevent your eyes from sunshine.

  • For children's eyeglasses frames, you should consider the Durability and Safety Issues. So it is better to choose unbreakable frame such as titanium frame. As for the style, because I don't know whether your children is boy or girl, you'd better take him to the store and let him/her choose what he/she likes.

  • The symptoms of hepatitis include low fever, low appetite,nausea, extreme tiredness,vomiting, pain in the liver,a dark colored urine, pain in muscles, itching and jaundice. How hepatitis affect your vision? When lesions occurs in a man's liver, the vitamin A stored in the liver decrease obviously. Meanwhile, the ill liver secretes less bile, making it harder for the liver to absorb fat sobluble vitamin like vitamin A. As a result, a lack of vitamin A worsens. The vision of a person is produced by two sensory cells in cornea. There exists a kind of substance sensing weak light called "rhodopsin". It is combination of protein and vitamin A. When there is a lack of vitamin A, less rhodosin can be produced. Thus, the person's eyesight will be affected. If the hepatitis patient watch TV too much, his eyes overwork and abuse too much rhodopsin. It results in a worse vision. If this situation last long, the patient may develop dry eyes sydrome and night blindness.

  • Yes, you may get the permanent crossed eyes if you keep on crossing your eyes too much. As we know, the crossed eyes are born to be when you are a child. However, many people get this in the late environment. You should not cross your eyes for fun or you should not learn from the person with crossed eyes.

  • Well, as a matter of fact, such situation happens regularly. Anyway, you should know that sometimes burning eyes is a sign of our health problems, and if the situation remains bad even if you change all the external reasons, then the problem might be resulted from your health. Perhaps you have just been too tired and your diet is not healthy? Or perhaps you have overused your eyes? Just head for the hospital if necessary.

  • Compared to other disposable contacts, daily disposable contacts are much more expensive. They can rip easily because they are very thin. And daily disposable lenses may not be available in all of the different colors. This kind of contact lenses can't correct all vision problems.

  • There must be the problem that the shape of your eyeballs is not suitable with that of the contact lenses. That is why the contact lenses often get out of its place. You'd better change the new, with the right circle size with your eyeballs. If not, your eyes will feel uncomfortable. What's more, the cornea may get infection because of the lack of oxygen.