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Precision Optics

Precision Optics

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

4181 Broadway St
Kansas City, MO 64111

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  • Niether do I. I was prescribed glasses over 10 years ago and just now got my most recent prescription filled. I started getting headaches from straining, so I didn't have a choice. And I can't bare to stick anything on my eyeball. I hate glasses, I hate the way they look on me and anyone else. No one looks good with glasses, they make you look like a nerd, and I can't firgure out why anyone would want to look like some loser nerd.

  • usually I don't have a high demand for prescription glasses as long as they are in the right prescription and won't have bad effect on my vision . I often order my frames and lenses online which costs no more than $50 altogether . But for the contact,as it has the direct contact with my eyes , good quality always makes me feel assured , the cost is approxiamately $ 200 for one year . but I don't use contacts too much unless in some certain occasions .

  • Of course, lasik surgery not only can correct farsightness but also near-sightedness and astigmatism. Although the procedure is considered safe and effective, there can be some temporary side effects. After surgery, patients' sight is blurry and there may be discomfort. Eyes can feel gritty and this is eased using eye drops. Some patients experience hazy caused by eye secretions but this does resolve itself after a few days to weeks. Night halos are also common after surgery making night driving difficult. But most halos are reduced significantly after the swelling goes away. Rare complications such as a wrinkle in the corneal flap or a raised central island may require further surgery but these side effects are very rare indeed.

  • I don't think there is anything that could get rid of scratches on eyeglass lenses, but something may make it less noticeable.

  • Ok, so sorry to know that you have got such serious problem. As a matter of fact, it is true that there would be a lot of lasting impacts on your eyes after getting that cataract surgery, because there would be some infections and problems afterwards, they are quite normal anyway. So, it would be wise for you to have your eyes examined thoroughly and take consequent measures under the doctor's guidance. such as getting some eye drops or make good use of your eyes, and getting more rest.

  • You can buy a pair and test the quality as they are quite cheap.But for me,I will not choose to buy glasses from the superstore.I would only choose the optical store.

  • I think you should take your baby to a hospital to see a doctor. The doctor will tell you how to treat your baby's pink eye. Just follow the doctor's instructions. Don't try to deal with them on your own, or you will make it even worse. If you treat it in a wrong way, it will cause damage to your baby's eyes. I only believe the doctor's advice because he is experienced enough to deal with different eye diseases. So let the doctor test your baby's eyes and then take treatment to deal with it.

  • I know it's an old post, but I hope this will be of help to someone!!

    I have worn CRT lenses for nearly 10 years, and I can tell you the following:
    Pros:
    -freedom from contacts/glasses during the day! Soooo nice!!
    -Although at first having to put them in at night was such a nuisance, now it is like brushing my teeth.
    -RGPs last such a long time (no need to replace them every year)

    Cons:
    -the fitting does take a while to get right
    -price of fitting
    -increased sensitivity: After a while, I started realizing that my eyes were more sensitive to strong substances (e.g., onions). They also feel very dry whenever I DON'T sleep with the lenses in (if I forget).
    -unlike some people, I do have to sleep with them every night, or my visions not very good (even if I nap during the day, my vision clarity decreases.
    -if ANYTHING gets in your eye as you're inserting the lenses, you will feel a lot of pain and have to take them out immediately. That's probably a given, but just so you know!

    history:
    started off 2005 at -1.75, no astigmatism.
    I was re-checked while abroad in 2012 (couldn't find a orthokeratology dr.) after not wearing them for 2 weeks, assessed to be at -3.00 with some astigmatism (can't remember, 1.5 maybe?).
    Control: I have an identical twin, whose eyesight was .25 diopter better than mine before I started with Ortho-K, and now she's at -2.75 with minor astigmatism.

    Hope this helps!

  • Chalazion refers to the meibomian gland and its surrounding tissue inflammation caused by obstruction of the gland after chronic granulomatous gland body increase. The chalazion onset is eyelid edema. The swelling symptom may also stimulate the symptoms. The hordeolum may not have easy difference. A few days later the above symptoms subsided. The eyelid will leave only painless. You will have slow growth of circular mass. The surface of the skin can be in the relax state. The average symptom is palpebral conjunctiva under red or gray mass. When the mass symptom is happened in the next eyelid, it should eliminate chronic dacryocystitis. The chalazion in the eyes can be easily caused by the eyes infection because of the coming bacterium. Even some other eyes diseases may cause the eyes problems too.

  • Cucumber juice is good for our eyes too. It can hydrate eyes, relieve tiredness and puffy eyes. It can combat against oil, help to prevent acne and sooth sunburn if we apply it on our skin. You can drink the cucumber juice for cucumber juice is good for our whole body. Besides, cucumber can help to relieve dark circles under our eyes too.