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  • Best of Las Vegas Eyeglasses Stores

  • Optical Stores

    1.Larry L Davis Od

    6707 W Charleston Blvd Ste
    Las Vegas, NV 89146-9200

    Larry L Davis Od is a 5-star Optical Store2 Reviews

    Dr. Davis has been my eye doctor for over 10 years. He is pleasant and friendly. You could not find a better optometrist, thanks Doc!...
  • 2.Family Eye Care

    4675 W Flamingo Rd
    Las Vegas,NV 89103

    Family Eye Care is a 5-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 3.The Eyecare Center

    1111 Sierra Vista Dr
    Las Vegas, NV 89169-2903

    The Eyecare Center is a 5-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 4.Eyes & Optics

    2261 S Rainbow Blvd
    Las Vegas,NV 89146

    Eyes & Optics is a 4-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 5.Walmart Vision Center

    5198 Boulder Hwy
    Las Vegas, NV 89122-6002

    Walmart Vision Center is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 6.The Eyecare Center

    4180 S Durango Drive
    Las Vegas, NV 89147

    The Eyecare Center is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 7.Sams Club Optical

    5101 S Pecos Rd
    Las Vegas, NV 89120-1200

    Sams Club Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 8.Dr William Harvey

    815 S 7th St
    Las Vegas, NV 89101-6909

    Dr William Harvey is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 9.LensCrafters

    7361 W Lake Mead Blvd Suite 104
    Las Vegas,NV 89128

    LensCrafters is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 10.Spring Mountain Vision

    4043 Spring Mountain Rd
    Las Vegas, NV 89102-8614

    Spring Mountain Vision is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • Best of Las Vegas Eye Doctors

  • Eye Doctor

    1.Aguero Mario G OD

    750 N Eastern Ave,
    Las Vegas, NV 89101

    Aguero Mario G OD is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

    DR.AGUERO and staff are wonderful people. I took my whole family of 5 with my culinary and got great looking frames and fitted with contact for my kids, my kids play sports and it was nice for them to get them into frames and contacts. The staff is friendly and happy people, they all work together as a team. The staff speak both english and spanish. Dr. Aguero has been in business for 35 years in Vegas and nice to know that he's the only person that sees his patients and not a different doctor in like other places , you never know who will be their. The staff are the same people also , so you know that they really believe in family. Thanks to Dr. Aguero we are always happy to make our appointments....
  • 2.Hui Jordan, OD

    5101 S Pecos Rd
    Las Vegas,NV 89120

    Hui Jordan, OD is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 3.Paul Thompson, OD PC

    Walmart Supercenter
    4505 W Charleston Blvd
    Las Vegas,NV 89102

    Paul Thompson, OD PC is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 4.The Eyecare Center

    1111 Sierra Vista Dr
    Las Vegas, NV 89169-2903

    The Eyecare Center is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 5.Larry L Davis Od

    6707 W Charleston Blvd Ste
    Las Vegas, NV 89146-9200

    Larry L Davis Od is a 5-star Eye Doctor2 Reviews

  • 6.Elite Eye Care

    7775 S Rainbow Blvd # 110,
    Las Vegas, NV 89139

    Elite Eye Care is a 4-star Eye Doctor3 Reviews

  • 7.Cynthia Kiernan, OD

    2310 E Serene Ave
    Las Vegas,NV 89123

    Cynthia Kiernan, OD is a 4-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 8.Garrett H Arizala OD

    1910 E Serene Ave,
    Las Vegas, NV 89123

    Garrett H Arizala OD is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 9.Larsen Eric OD

    7324 W Cheyenne Ave,
    Las Vegas, NV 89129

    Larsen Eric OD is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 10.Nevada Eye Care, an NVISION Company

    7730 W Cheyenne Ave
    Las Vegas, NV 89129

    Nevada Eye Care, an NVISION Company is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Paul Thompson, OD PC

    Paul Thompson, OD PC is 5-star1 Reviews

    I went in today to see Dr. Thompson along with my four children to get our eyes checked and surprisingly I had a very good experience. Maria the lady at the front desk was very nice and Dr. Thompson was

  • Eyes & Optics

    Eyes & Optics is 4-star1 Reviews

    hi. do you do the dropball test (optical lenses) for the FDA ? i'm importing optical lenses form south korea. and need a certification for the dropball test. how long its gonna be? and how much does the cost?

  • The Eyecare Center

    The Eyecare Center is 5-star1 Reviews

    Great service

  • Family Eye Care

    Family Eye Care is 5-star1 Reviews

    Family Eye Care does not do free eye exams. I don't know why our name is on this list our prices Start at $110 for a complete exam and $159 for a Contact Lens exam.

  • Garrett H Arizala OD

    Garrett H Arizala OD is 1-star1 Reviews

    Horrible service. "Dr." Arizala has no business examining children. He was rude, and showed no desire to want to help. He was more concerned with collecting money up front and heading out the door at the end

  • Hui Jordan, OD

    Hui Jordan, OD is 5-star1 Reviews

    Dr. Hui is absolutely amazing. He was incredibly patient with me while teaching me how to put my contacts in and take them out. . He answered all of my questions and never made me feel silly for having

  • Aguero Mario G OD

    Aguero Mario G OD is 5-star1 Reviews

    DR.AGUERO and staff are wonderful people. I took my whole family of 5 with my culinary and got great looking frames and fitted with contact for my kids, my kids play sports and it was nice for them to

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  • Well, I am afraid that it may be iompossible. As you know, eyeliners are very easy to irritate your eyes and that is why u can' t stop blinking. But I have also heard that with time going on, this situation will just become better and better so u might as well just wait to get better. However, I am also told that our eyes keep blinking is cuz that our eyes are too sensitive so that you had better give up using it or you may choose some kind of anti-sensitive ones.

  • Dear, it is of course bad. Hair relaxer is one kind of chemical, which is very irritable. Get relaxer into eyes will make your eyes burn and red. It is very uncomfortable that you can't open your eyes. The best for you to do now is use the water to flushing your eyes. Keep doing this until you feel the burn is gone. Then you can put some ice on your eyes to make you feel better. When you open your eyes, you might find your eyes are red. Have a rest of your eyes. The redness will gradually gone off, so as the pain in eyes. If after about 15 minutes, the redness still doesn't go, you still feel vision blurred, eyes burn, you should go to see the doctor to make sure is there serious problem caused to your eyes. Anyway, eyes are very delicate and vulnerable, you should take good care of it, and be careful with anything get close to eyes. Hope you could get better soon.

  • Once I asked my optometrist that how long lasik eye surgery results will last. His answer is "it depends." He told me that if both eyes are corrected to 20/20 with a lasik eye surgery. The results depend on the stability of your prescription and age. Some people will suffer from vision problems until late 60's, at this time, cataract or some other eye condition occurs.

  • Hello Could you please let me know where I can find the page for Peaches and Screams UK affiliate scheme. It is not on Google or at least I cannot find it :( Many thanks Mandy

  • Computer and Internet have brought great changes to people since they popularize our life, but online browsing or reading on a computer for a long time is harmful to the human eye. Looking at the computer screen does not cause serious eye disease. Under low illuminance, the screen will be too dazzles;or when you sit near the window, the reflective is too strong; or the lack of blink frequency will cause the eye dry. All of those can lead to the pain. The recommendation from me is blinking eyes many times which can let tear with lubrication moisten the eye surface.

  • It totally depends on your eyes condition. Compared with the normal glasses, the contact lenses can give a better visual result and has a higher requirement to the eyes. The people who have eye disease, such as crusty eyes, glaucoma, keratitis, are not suitable to wear contact lenses. Luckily, the lazy eyes don't belong to this range. The lazy eyes mean you don't see the same thing as well as the good eyes, and it only can be treated well before 6. Hence, you had better go to consult the eye doctor to ensure whether you can wear contact lenses with lazy eyes.

  • They refract. If they reflected, they would be mirrors.

  • Yes, too much ultraviolet radiation can cause blindness. Too much ultraviolet radiation contains high intensities of UVB light, which are bad to the eyes. UV light is absorbed by molecules known as chromophores, which are present in the eye cells and tissues. If too much UV light is absorbed, eye structures such as the cornea, can be damaged, thus becoming blindness.

  • It is very important to protect people's eyes especially after one day long working in front of a computer or laptop, playing games and so on. You will feel eyes tired and dry. First you can sometimes stop and look at things far away to have a break. Second, use screen protection to reduce the radiation in eyes. Third, do not set up your screen colour too bright and too colourful, that will also become harmful and irritating to the eyes. For example, green is always good for eyes, and do not set up the font colour in white. Hope above suggestions helps

  • As I know that special types of contact lenses works better than others to correct special problems. Rigid gas-permeable lenses may be the best choice for people who have astigmatism that's quite high or not normal.Some people cannot tolerate hard lenses. Soft lenses that correct both nearsightedness and astigmatism are available. Soft contact lenses tend to be more comfortable than hard lenses, but hard lenses usually provide sharper vision.Regarding to your question, first, you need to check out whether your prescription is right or not. Moreover, you need to check out the material of the contact lenses are suitable for you or not. If the answer is no, you need to change another pair which brings more comfortable to your eyes.