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Brendon Delport DO

Brendon Delport DO

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2828 N National Ave
Springfield, MO 65803

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  • My dad often buys toys for me. My mum often buys clothes for me. So I think you'd better ask your dad to buy you a pair of sunglasses. But if both of your parents won't buy you a pair of sunglasses, you may need to save up money and buy a pair of sunglasses for yourself. I have saved $39 already. I want to buy a model sailboat. Maybe I can buy it on New Years Day because I can get New Year money on that day.

  • Well, I can see that your problem is not very good. So, as a matter of fact, sometimes teething could really give rise to some symptoms around your face and your eyes, causing some swelling face or swelling eyes, watery eyes, as well as painful eyes. Because these parts are interconnected which could affect one another. Or it is because the painful feelings made you cry. If the problems remains bad, you could see a doctor.

  • First, get a cleaning cloth that is suitable for polarized glasses from your optometrist. Do not use strong chemical solutions to clean your polarized sunglasses, or it will damage the polarized sunglasses. Use the cleaning cloth to rub the polarized lenses under warm water to wash away th emarks, smudges, etc. Do not use soap water to clean them unless your doctor allow you to do that.

  • Unfortunately laser eye surgery, no matter how successful,the natural changes and deterioration in our eyes as we age will not be halted by LASIK surgery. Natural deterioration of eyesight, whether you have LASIK surgery or not will still take effect. Most patients who undergo LASIK surgery see immediate improvements in their vision and no longer need to wear eyeglasses.

  • Definitely yes, it could cause that. Food allergy is one common type of allergies in daily life, like milk, wheat, egg and peanuts. The dark circle under the eyes is one typical symptom of food allergy. The reason why food allergy causes that is because these foods contain large amounts of protein, which could not be absorbed by people's immune system. Hence, it would be appear on the skin, such as the dark circles under the eyes. Due to it is a natural allergic reaction, there is no special treatment for it. The best way is reducing allergenic food intake and maintain a diet. At the same time, you should read ingredients of food before purchasing and eating them.

  • Photophabia also called light sensitivity. You may need to wear sunglasses to make you eyes adjust the sunlight. It may be just a temporary condition but it may also indicate a disease in you eyes. A deficiency of vitamin can cause photophobia which means in this case vitamin supplement can help cure the disease. You may need B2 which you can get from Chinese wolfberries. You may also need carotene and vitamin A. Many other causes can led to photophobia, so you’d better go check by your doctor.

  • Color contact lenses allow you to change your eye color and create a look that's subtle, bold or anywhere in between.Colored contact lenses are safe %u2014 as long as your contacts are properly prescribed, used and cared for

  • When you are tired or lack of sleep, your eyes will turn red without any hurt or pain. For this reason, you need to have a rest and enough sleep. The most common cause red bloodshot eyes in people who don't where contact lenses are eye allergies, known as allergic conjunctivitis. Although the eyes often itch, they may not. There is sometimes accompanying nasal allergies, characterized by sneezing or nasal congestion. The causes of eye allergies are numerous, but common ones include mold, mites, and pollen. Your doctor will be able to prescribe eye drops or other allergy medications for you if this turns out to be the diagnosis. Mechanical irritation of the eyes from small particles in the air (dirt, dust, smoke) is also common in some occupations and also in runners and others who spend a lot of time outside. This usually responds to wearing protective eyewear and using rewetting drops or artificial tears.

  • Too much light entering the eye, overstimulation of the photoreceptors in the retina,excessive electric impulses to the optic nerve and excessive response in the central nervous system are all causes of photophobia. As we all known, photophobia means people who are afraid of light and sensitive to light. Photophobia can be cured by taking 10 mg Lutein and 2 mg Zea xanthin per day to improve visual performance and decrease in light sensitivity in subjects.

  • I think that some degree of puffiness may be normal. Eye puffiness may also be caused by: Mononucleosis, it is the early stages of an infection. We should apply for treatment form a doctor; Oversleeping or sleep deprivation, we should sleep on time and follow sleep cycles, then we can avoid eye puffiness; Fluid retention, it is caused by pregnancy or hormonal variations with menstruation. It can be partly alleviated by raising the head of our bed; Diet, if we take excess salt, salt may encourages fluid retention and further lead to puffy eyes. We can alleviate this by taking in less salt; Alcohol and tobacco use, the stress, fatigue, and hormonal changes caused by alcohol and tobacco can lead to fluid retention and puffy eyes. So I think we’d better give up smoking and drink less. Hope this helps!