Firmoo > USA > Missouri > Kansas City > Truman Medical Centers-Lakewood
Truman Medical Centers-Lakewood

Truman Medical Centers-Lakewood

(816) 404-6965

Category: Eye Doctor

7900 Lees Summit Rd
Kansas City,MO 64139

Become Recommended Business

Average Rating

0 Reviews

Read reviews

News/Coupons

Read more...

Truman Medical Centers-Lakewood Hours

Website:
www.trumed.org
Accepts Credit Cards:
Supported Language:
By Appointment Only:
Price Range:
0.00 - 0.00
Insurances Accepted:
  • About Truman Medical Centers-Lakewood

  • Photo Galley of Truman Medical Centers-Lakewood

Jumpto
  • Reviews(0)

  • Firmoo Answers
  • Everyone has their separate opinion. But i don't think glasses are a turn off. I think glasses are sexy and cute on a woman at times.

  • No, you can't. Because there is the bacterium in the water of the swimming pool which may let your eyes get infection, you should not swim after the cataract surgery. Although you will get the basic recovery after two weeks of the cataract surgery, you will have to wait for two months to go to swim.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to get eye strain because of migraines. If you have the migraines, your whole immune system will decline and your eyes pressure will also be unstable. Your eye strain could be got because of the interlinked affected nerves at eyes. You should have the good rest every day. In addition, you could use the eye drops to release the symptom.

  • Yes, you can. Almost all the brands are the same ingredient. It is just like switch between different shapoos. But it is for eye use, you need to be much careful with it.

  • Nowadays, almost all people can not lay a day without computers. So the eye fatigue and discomfort are most common among computer user. However, there is not evidence that show computer screen will hurt their eyes. Actually, the eye fatigue and discomfort are not caused by the computer screen but a prolonged eye use.

  • No, you had better not to wear contact lenses after the prk surgery. PRK is one of the first refractive surgeries, eliminates or reduces moderate myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. And it is an elective and outpatient surgery. With a good surgical result, most patients do not need to use contact lenses or glasses for distance vision after the operation. The glasses are highly recommended if you have to wear them instead of contact lenses to see objects in a clear way. Because it is easy for you to bring invisible bacteria or virus into your eyes to cause eye infection and become worse condition. In this case, you should avoid any external affect to the recovery of the eyes.

  • Myopia, as it is medically termed, is a vision condition in which close objects are seen clearly, but objects farther away appear blurred. People with hyperopia can see distant objects very well, but have difficulty focusing on objects that are up close.

  • Some people who don't get full correction from lasik surgery still need glasses or contacts to help them see better. However, whether you can wear contacts just depends on your own condition. So you should go back to your doctor and have your eyes checked to see whether you can wear contacts. Generally speaking, if you can wear contacts before the lasik surgery, you can wear contacts afterward. I think the best way is to have your eyes checked and then you will know whether you can wear contacts or not.

  • Of course not, you are not supposed to wear contact lenses when you have scratched eyes. As we know that when you want to wear contact lenses, you have to open your eyes and apply the lens into your eyes. In other words, the lens directly touches with your eye ball. So when there is a scratch in your eyes, it can be hurt when you apply the contact lenses into it. Also, it can just make the bruise get injury again. And then the scratch can be infected by the bacteria which are brought by the contact lenses. And then it can make the situation worse. Maybe in some serious cases, it can just make your red, and having eye infection. and finally slow down the recovery of the scratch.

  • Your doctor may use several methods to test you for AMD: A vision field test. Testing with an Amsler grid, which involves covering one eye and staring at a black dot in the center of a checkerboard-like grid. If the straight lines in the pattern look wavy or some of the lines seem to be missing, these may be signs of macular degeneration. Fluorescein angiography, where a special dye is injected into a vein in your arm and pictures are taken as the dye passes through the blood vessels in the retina. Optical coherence tomography (OCT), an imaging test that can look for areas where the retina may be thin or where there may be fluid under the retina.