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Glass & Anderson

Glass & Anderson

(816) 454-1030

Category: Eye Doctor

6000 N Oak Trfy,
Kansas City, MO 64118

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  • Sleep with contact lens is very bad. It will increase the risk of severe eye infection. Therefore, if you go to sleep, you should take off your contact lenses. Eyes need constant metabolism, it will constantly secrete proteins and other substances, these substances will be attached to the lens, which will reduce the oxygen permeability and the comfort of the lenses, at ordinary times, we can blink to alleviate this situation, but no matter you go to sleep or have a nap, when you weak up, the comfort of the lens will decrease. In addition, cornea needs oxygen, when you open your eyes, the cornea can absorb oxygen from air, but when you close your eyes, the blood vessels under the eyelids is responsible for the supply of oxygen, so when you wear lens when you sleep, it will reduce oxygen absorption. So do not wear contact lenses when you sleep.

  • Maybe they are trying to hide the dark circles and bloodshot eyes after the nightlife or they just want to look cool.

  • You should. Actually, I would suggest you get an eye doctor immediately. Computer vision, unlike anything else, has a particular required focal length which differs from both reading focal points and distance vision focal points. For a person who has already the need to put on corrective eyewear to see clearly, prescription is definitely needed for computer glasses. Anti-glare is good since it reduces the bad effects those glare from your computer can cause to your eyes. But, do remember to get your glasses prescribed before you go to the store.

  • To find a frame of your size, you must first know the measurements of the frame that you require. In order to do that, please refer to the figure below and measure it accordingly. If you wear glasses and have a pair handy already, first check the inner side of the temples (arms) of those glasses. Usually, there are some numbers listed on them (see figure below). For Example, it says: Brand Model 52/18 135 or 52 18-135, it refers to the following measurements. a) 52-Lens Width b) 18-Nose Bridge c) 135-Temple size

  • Well, I quite understand your concern, so as a matter of fact, it is true that with age, your peripheral vision could decrease. This is a fact of life, however, sometimes, patients with cataract disease would be likely to suffer a serious peripheral vision. So, you need to take care of your eye health. And if there is anything wrong with your eyes, you need to get some timely treatment.

  • Well, it seems that you have got neckache and blurred vision in the same time. And perhaps you have been using computer for too much time. So, I mean, your nechache and blurred vision are both resulted from using computer. Generally speaking, nechache will not affect your vision, it is true. Maybe you have attributed vision problem to nechache, but the truth is not that you know? And my advice for you is to take enough time to rest and reduce the time in front of the computer.

  • Search online, you will find some imitative designer glasses which are much more inexpensive but the quality is still good. The only difference is the design.

  • ciliary zonule (zonule of Zinn) a series of fibers connecting the ciliary body and lens of the eye, holding the lens in place.

  • It is not normal for your child to have too much eye boogers which may be caused by the invisible bacterium or the bad habit of diet. You could use the clean cloth to soap in the warm water and then squeeze it. At last, you could use the cloth to wipe your child's eyes. You'd better let him eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. If then the eye boogers are not disappeared, you could take your child to the hospital to have a check.

  • Yes, contact lenses can cause ulcers. Ulcers are always caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or a parasite. When you wear contact lenses, your lenses may appear acanthamoeba keratitis which will lead to ulcers. The cleaning solution of contact lenses may be full of acanthamoeba keratitis as well if you just make solution by yourself at home. What is more, fungal keratitis may be the cause of ulcers when people have suffered a corneal injury or a suppressed immune system.