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Dr William Harvey

Dr William Harvey

702-384-1630

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

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

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  • As a matter of fact, if you are gonna buy a pair of glasses, you should pay attention to your skin tone, as well as your overall style. You don't wanna wear a pair of weird glasses if you're a teacher, right? Here my advice is that you can consider colors such as grey, dark red, blue or black,better yet, pay a personal visit to a glasses store and try them on till you find a satisfactory one. Also, remember to consider your style. Hope you can find the one suitable for you.

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  • RX sunglasses means prescription sunglasses, that is to say your prescription can be added on the sunglasses lenses. When it comes to sunglasses and if you have a vision problem that requires corrective prescription eyewear, RX sunglasses can be one of your best choices. Prescription sunglasses are available for virtually any lens prescription, including bifocal and progressive lens options.

  • Yes. The color of your eyes can change from disease, age or trauma. We're all born with blue eyes. Genetics determines your eye color but there are other factors that affect eye color. The color of your eyes depends on how much of the pigment melanin is in the iris.

    I had a detached retina and had to undergo numerous eye surgeries causing severe eye trauma. Gradually over a 10 year period the iris in right eye changed from brown to blue. I mistakenly assumed my iris was still brown but looked blue because by my diseased cornea, but that was not the case. I recently underwent a cornea transplant and after the surgery the blue in my eye popped and became very obvious. Like the blue links on this page. The Iris was being hidden behind the cloudy cornea. My corea (numeros surgery = sever trauma) had been gradually turning white a fried egg. It wasn't as noticeable before the surgery but afterwards very much so. I now have one brown eye and one blue. So yes the color of your eyes can change I'm living proof.

  • It is true that salt water is very good for pink eyes. As to pink eyes, it is called conjunctivitis in medical term. There are three types of conjunctivitis based on three different triggers, bacteria, virus and allergies. The common symptoms of conjunctivitis include redness, increased sensitivity to light, secretion and grittiness and so on. Allergic conjunctivitis don't last long, as long as you are away from allergen, it could heal up very soon. Bacterial and viral conjunctivitis last longer. With saline solution, which is disinfectant, we can wash eyes thoroughly, which can make you feel much better. It washed secretion out of eyes, and the crust formed around eyes. It could help clear up the infections quickly. Using an eye cup filled with saline water to wash eyes or applying some drops into eyes both are helpful. Besides of saline solution, you can use breast milk in the same way for little babies. This is recommended by many nurses, who told me it is much better than antibiotics medication.

  • There is no doubt that doing eye excises are good to our eyes. And there are people who improve their vision after long time of persisting eye exercise. But it is really take times and need perseverance. Anyway, doing eye excises is a good way keep our eye health. One of the simple eye exercises is to use a pen and draw the letter E on a piece of paper. Exercisers are required to put the paper near the eye and try to concentrate firstly on the uppermost bar, and then on the lowest bar and finally the center bar. After that, place the paper a few feet away and repeat such a process until the E on the paper is invisible. After that, bring back the pen and start a new round of the above steps.

  • Overuse of eyes such as reading or working before computers or in dry circumstances for too long can lead to dehydration of eyes. There are several side effects of eye dehydration such as feeling eyes itchy and dry, sensitivity to eyes, blurry vision, and so on and so forth. If the condition of dehydration is serious, the eye sockets may become deep into the chin owing to the decrease of water in intercellular space. In case of dehydration, you should allow your eyes to have enough rest, for example, take a break when you have read or work for an hour and drink some water or eat some fruits or do some eye exercises. Besides, if you feel quite dry in your eyes, you had better use some eye drops to moisten your eyes. Put foods which are rich in vitamins A such as carrots and animal livers into your daily diets. Pay attention to personal eye hygiene and do not wipe your eyes with your hands. If your working environment is too dry, you had better usually wash your face or put a humidifier on your desk to improve the humidity in the room.