Firmoo > USA > Nevada > Las Vegas > Optica
Optica

Optica

(702) 733-7624

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

3200 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Become Recommended Business

Average Rating

0 Reviews

Read reviews

News/Coupons

Read more...

Optica Hours

Website:
Accepts Credit Cards:
Supported Language:
By Appointment Only:
Price Range:
0.00 - 0.00
Insurances Accepted:
  • About Optica

  • Photo Galley of Optica

Jumpto
  • Reviews(0)

  • Firmoo Answers
  • In a person with uncorrected vision, their cornea and lens refract (bend) light that enters the eye, to focus a sharp, clear image on the retina. Now if your eyes are not shaped properly (spherically) and are either too short or too long, your point of focus will not be on the correct spot within the eye, causing certain images, objects and/or distances to become blurry. These types of visual imperfections can be corrected with a custom built lens that compensates for any errors in the shape of your eyes. There are three different shapes for these lenses; cylindrical, convex and concave. Concave lenses correct nearsightedness, convex corrects farsightedness and cylindrical usually corrects for astigmatism. Glasses can also be made out of different materials. Glass lenses can be more scratch resistant; however they can sit rather heavy on your face. High-index plastics are about 20% thinner, which can make them most ideal for higher prescription. Polycarbonate plastic are the strongest available, which makes them preferred for active children.

  • Aplly several drops of a mild dishwater detergent into the water and mix them up. Then soap your lenses into the water and gently rub your lenses with your finger. Finally, rinse your glasses under warm, running water and dry them with soft cloth. The mild dishwater detergent won't harm your lens.

  • Maybe they are trying to hide the dark circles and bloodshot eyes after the nightlife or they just want to look cool.

  • The dry skin around eyes has something to do with the environmental elements. The skin around eyes is delicate which can easily get dry when it is exposed to sun, wind, cold, chemicals, or cosmetics. Besides, excessive bathing with hot water can also make the skin dry out. Poor diet like lack of vitamin A and the B vitamin will dry out your skin, too. Once the skin around your eyes is dry out, itis easy to get irritation and then cause redness.

  • Yes, hemorrhoid cream are considered to treat wrinkles. Although the cream is made for reduce the hemorrhoid. But it make sense to remove wrinkles of the skin on the face. However, there are different type of hemorrhoid cream right now. Some of them can't help reduce wrinkles. So, you shall consider twice before you buy. As far as i know, hemorrhoid cream label with "Canadian Preparation H with Bio-Dyne" may help reduce wrinkles. If it label shows "phenylephrine 0.25%" in ingredient, you'd better not use it since they are not the original type. Hope this can help you.

  • It is just to help people find a pair of suitable sunglasses more quickly. There is no offensive meaning at all. Some people are particularly finding this kind of stores because they find it difficult for them to find a pair of suitable sunglasses in other countries. It depends on your face shape to choose a pair of sunglasses instead of your nationality. You should just mind the rightness and quality of the sunglasses rather than the label or name.

  • It is necessary for track runner to wear sunglasses. It will help them with their performance and to eliminate the shinning bright light go into their eyes. Besides, it will protect their eyes from UV light.

  • YES

  • Well, it seems that you are a new mother. So, it is wise for you to consult before making decisions. Generally speaking, there is no direct relationship between breastfeeding and eyesight, since breastfeeding basically does no harm to your body. On the contrary, you should keep an eye on what you eat during your breastfeeding period because what you take in will slightly affect your baby's health.

  • Well, so sorry to hear that you have had cataract surgery. So, as far as I know, there is no direct relationship between the surgery and the inflammation you have right now. Perhaps it is resulted from some improper medical care after the surgery. Thus I advise that you have another medical checkup in the hospital and get some eye drops to help under the doctor's advice.