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James William Gigantelli MD

James William Gigantelli MD

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Omaha, NE 68198

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  • Diabetes can cause glaucoma. The possibility of people with diabetes is three times of ordinary people for having glaucoma. The glaucoma caused by diabetes is neovascular glaucoma, which is caused by iris neovascularization, it is different from the general glaucoma, the treatment is more difficult. Diabetic retinopathy is a process, you must strictly control the blood sugar, or else just eye treatment has not good effect.

  • Yes, it could. The toric contact lens has two different lenses thus it could correct both astigmatism and nearsightedness or farsightedness. That is to say, it's a kind of corrective contact lens with soft or rigid gas permeable material as other regular contact lenses. However, the toric contact lenses have to keep the same orientation of eye movement to keep visual acuity. If you have astigmatism and one of the distance eye vision problems, you had better choose it. Otherwise, it's not safe and useful this kind of contact lens.

  • Change frame is not difficult. But your lenses can not be changed. You can just go to an optical store and buy a frame that is suitable for your lenses and let them help you assemble.

  • No, I don't think the high-end sunglasses would last longer than regular sunglasses. I once bought a pair of Gucci sunglasses for almost $300 and another pair of ordinary sunglasses for $100 at the same time. But the Gucci sunglasses got broken in the third year and another pair is fairly good. They are in the fifth year now. It is just my case.

  • May be you use your mascara in a wrong way, or you are allergic to some ingredients of your mascara. You can show your mascara to the doctor to determine if you are allergic to it. If so, you should throw your mascara, and to change a new one that will not cause allergy, or not use mascara any more. If not, you can turn to an oculist to check if there is other medical condition associated with watery eyes. If you have the habit of rubbing your eyelashes with mascara, some mascara will slip into your eyes, leading to irritation that makes your eyes watery. Besides, it is better for you to change your mascara every three months, for mascara accumulates bacteria after long time of use.

  • Of all myopic people, about 90% have corrections less than -6.00 diopters. The list below shows the categories of severity for myopia. The diopters under -3.00 is mild myopia. Moderate Myopia range from -3.00 to -6.00 diopters. Severe Myopia ranges from -6.00 to -9.00 diopters. Extreme Myopia should be above -9.00 diopters. Almost everyone feels that their myopia is severe, because of how dramatically dependent they are on glasses and contact lenses. However, only one in ten myopic people are actually in the severe and extreme categories. LASIK can correct myopia as high as -16.00 diopters.

  • Put your glasses on an even desk. Then use one hand hold the front part of one temple in its place, the other hand hold the end of the temple and bend it inner side. Do the same as the other temple. You will find your glasses tightened at last.

  • It sounds weird that you have been sleeping with your false eyelashes. Because as you can see, those false eyelashes are made of chemicals, and they would be unhealthy with sticker, for your eyes would be irritated or scratched by those stuff. Anyway, you should immediately quit that habit and pay attention to your eye health and make proper use of your eyes. Try not to wear eye makeups everyday.

  • People with low contrast sensitivity will have difficulty to differentiate similar colored terrains and usually need extra light to read. When they are driving at night, the walkers seem to mix up into the scenery in dim light.

  • So, it looks like you are curious about that phenomenon. Anyway, sometimes I would encounter that situation when my nose hair was unintentionally pulled out. So, it is quite normal to make your eyes water. Because there are many nerves in our nose connecting our eyes and nose,which could give rise to some hurt feelings, and lead to watery eyes. I recommend that you try to use some shaver to help you, rather than pulling out your nose hair.