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Lenscrafters

Lenscrafters

(816) 358-0700

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4200 Blue Ridge Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64133

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  • Nope, you could not use polarized sunglasses to watch 3D movies. Because polarized sunglasses are designed to reduce the glare from bright surface, like water, snow. They are highly useful for sports, driving to see more clearly to aviod potential danger. There is no any glare when you are watching 3D movie in a dark room. Hence, you could not see any 3D image from your sunglasses. However, some 3D movies also utilize polarizing glasses. Usually one lens is horizontally polarized and the other one is vertically polarized, so that each eye sees a slightly different version of the movie screen.

  • It is hard to say. The lasik surgery will only work on the cornea and resculpt the cornea to replace the flap. If your cornea has been damaged, you may not be able to have lasik surgery. You need to find out the exact cause of the vision loss.

  • First you should find the true reason that causes dark circles.I have dark circles for many years and my doctor told me it is the endocrine problem and can't be removed by comestics.So visit your doctor first.

  • Well, in some cases, it can be normal for many people. So you should know that it is not just your own problem. As we know that the experts call it as the photic sneeze reflex. And according to some researches, about 20% of the population has this kind of symptom. Generally speaking, when you look at a bright light after coming out of a dark room and you have this irresistible urge to start sneezing. And at the same, it happens to sun too. as we know that when you look at the sun, your pupil closes up and it gets much smaller in order to stop as much light getting into your eye. But on the other hand, sometimes this can get a bit muddled up with the bit of the brain that thinks that your nose must be irritating. At this moment, it leads to a sneeze instead. So maybe you should not stare at the sun by using your naked eyes, and wearing sunglasses with UV protected is also important.

  • That depends on your own condition. If you are slightly nearsighted, it is ok to wear myopia glasses only when needed, which won't cause any damage to your vision. If you have strong prescription, you need to wear myopia glasses all the time. Otherwise you can't see things clearly and often get blurry vision or headaches. If you suffer these symptoms for a long time, it will affect your vision and make your vision even worse.

  • Yes, if you buy eyeglasses, it is necessary to add your eyeglasses lenses to anti-reflective coating. As we know, out life now rely on many lighting subjects such as computers, lights etc. And those equipment will release many reflective light which is harm to eyes. So, i think it is necessary to shield eyes with anti-reflective lenses. Anyway, it won't cost you too much to add anti-reflective coating.

  • Well, yes, generally speaking, it can be because of the lack of sleep. As we know that when you are lack of sleep, your eye will suffer eye strain. And then it can lead to some eye symptom, such as the dry eyes, burning eyes. So maybe you should have a good rest to relieve the situation. Also, it can be caused because your eyes are too dry. According to some experts, when your eyes are dry during the sleep, you will be possible to have burning eyes. So you can just take some eye drops to your eyes, so that it can moisten your eyes. And then the cool ice can be effective too.

  • Are you reading at night? It could be your tired. Dim light can strain your eyes...its good to have medium lighting when reading...not bright...just medium. I suggest getting your eyes checked by a professional optometrist to get the answers and then see if you need glasses or contacts....I dont suggest getting the answer here as you cannot be properly tested and might not get the right answer.

  • The bifocal reading glasses should sit high on your nose so that you don't have to slip the reading glasses up or down to see properly. Make sure the bifocal reading glasses make you feel comfortable when you wear them. Next, you should find the correct part of the bifocal lens for close-up vision correction, which maybe the bottom half of the lens. Then look straight ahead through the top half of the lens which is for distant vision to see whether you can see clearly without problems. If you wear them in a correct way, you just take time to get used to them.

  • Quality guarantee period is just an approximate time, the majority of expired drugs can also maintain the original potency, but the premise is that it is unopened, and well-preserved. The bacteria of expired eye drops may exceed, it may lead to bacterial conjunctivitis, but if your eyes are neither painful nor itching, do not have redness, and eye secretions do not increase significantly, then there would be no matter. If you have above-mentioned phenomenon, you should go to the hospital.