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Moyes Eye Centers

Moyes Eye Centers

(816) 746-9800

Category: Eye Doctor

5844 NW Barry Rd,
Kansas City, MO 64154

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  • No. In fact, it depends on the way you wear and your temperament. If you wear properly, white glasses frames can make girls look more cute and nice. Personally. If you have a fair skin and like to wear bright colored clothes, you can try white eyeglasses frames. On the contrary, if you like to wear dark colored clothes and have a dark skin, you'd better not wear white eyeglasses.

  • Focus on distant objects. In the meanwhile, try to see from the corners of your eyes, left and right. You can practice this a little each day, then your peripheral vision will be strengthened.

  • The best benefits is that you don't need to switch between sunglasses and regular glasses when you go outdoors and indoors.It can block the harmful light and protect your eyes. The disadvantage is they are more expensive than the regular lenses.They may stop to change color after 2 years as the chemical material can get damaged.

  • since there are quite a few manufacturers and each manufacturer has several types of progressives I'd say that there are dozens of progressives. Some are for specific usage needs and others are for certain RX options. These are questions that should be answered by your optical professional. If you can not discuss your needs and wants with your optician (not a commissioned sales person) then maybe you'd better re-think where and how you purchase your eyeglasses. The correct fit of the correct lens for your individual lens is critical to effective use of your eyeglasses. 99% of all difficulties with eyeglasses come from incorrect fit or just the wrong lens for that person's needs. Do yourself a favor and consider the importance of your vision and then decide how much "saving a few bucks" really costs you. See a competent optical professional and get your questions answered according to your individual case. Best of luck!

  • Yeah, it is possible. When you are sad, you may cry a lot which may to some degree make your eyes get red. The bad emotion will influence your nerves in the body which may indirectly decline your immune system. That is to say, your eyes may get infected easily because of the dust or sand. Then the color of eyes may change to warn to you that there exists the problems for your eyes.

  • Maybe the prescription is wrong,in this case, you should recheck your eyes before making another pair of glasses. For this, you must go to an optometrist for an eye exam, or you should try an ophthalmologist, to check if there is not another issue non eyeglass related. In this case, maybe you will receive a medical prescription that will solve the problem, and then try the eyeglasses.

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  • Well, generally speaking, it will take about one week. First, a chalazion is a blockage in a small duct in your eyelid, and it can lead to a small bump and eyelid swelling. According to some researches, when the glands in your eyes can not release their oil because their duct is blocked, a chalazion will occur. Some factors which can increase the risk of developing a chalazion, including blepharitis, viral infection. You can try warm compresses which may be helpful. For example, you can hold a warm, wet cloth on the eyelid for five to 10 minutes, four times a day. And after one week, it will just be fine.

  • I am also a girl with a long slender face and I like to wear sunglasses. I have found that round sunglasses enhance oval faces very nicely. Usually sunglasses should be the opposite of the face shape.