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That's impossible. The only thing you can do is to replace the lenses if you want to upgrade a 1.5 Index Lens To 1.7 Index Lens.
High index lenses are specifically designed to be flatter, lighter in weight, and thinner than other lens materials.They are available in single vision and progressives lenses styles. High index lenses material is lighter and thinner than conventional glasses or plastic, and is an excellent option for strong prescriptions. High index lenses have a UV filter and scratch resistance built into them by the manufacturer. They are available in fashion tints. sunglasses tints.
You shall check out how your child got squint eyes. Squint eyes can be related to a refractive error, when the child has a refractive error such as short sight, long sight or astigmatism, he tries to focus to see clearly so that one of his eyes turns. In some cases, squint eyes indicates a generalized genetic or brain condition. For example, when a child suffers cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus, brain injury or tumor, Noonan's or Down's syndrome, squint eyes develop. I suggest you take him to consult an eye doctor as early as possible. In daily life, you should supervise him to restrict the use of the good eye and to force the affected eye to work. If the squint eyes are caused by refractive error, prescribed glasses will be essential. In addition, surgery is often needed to correct the appearance of the squint eyes. Wish your child recover soon.
Yeah, your eyes may get red from the vaporizer. It is bad for your eyes. The materials from the vaporizer may let your eyes get irritation which may stimulate your eye nerves. That's the main reason for your red eyes. You'd better use it less and wear the goggles when using it.
It's harmless and common for people to have eye floaters, almost everyone has it. The eye floater means there are small spots in your field of vision in bright background, such as white blackboard, which could follow the movement of your eyes. In general, eye floaters would be caused by fatigue of eyes. You could take regular breaks when you put strain on your eyes, such as watching a lot of TV, using too much computer. Or you should adjust your daily diet to have more vegetable and fruits, such as carrot, celery.
Both of them can give 100% UV protection. If you drive a lot, I would suggest you to get polarized lens. They can reduce reflective glare which photochromic does NOT. The photochromic lenses will start to fade in 2 years.
There are some separated vision areas in lined bifocal glasses. Therefore, some wearers can not get used to radical vision change with those glasses. Or some of them will suffer from very serious dizziness or headaches.
Personally, I think the fake colored contacts are not good for wearing, since some fake plain colored contacts have prescription which will harm your eyes if you have a good eyesight. So if you really want to use colored contacts, you's better go to doctors'.
Yes. With the growth of the age, the one with myopia will be strong prescription. And it is difficult to correct defects of vision to be normal, or even a severe visual impairment, like you said---blindness because the retina might be thinner. Until strong prescription cause the fundus hemorrhage or retinal detachment, there is the risk of blindness. The dominating factor of myopia is environmental including using the eyes at short range for a long time, bad habits, nutrition balanced diet and so on. That means it is preventable and treatable. Pay attention to rest and doing eye exercises is very good, and fruits and vegetables are the good choice for you.
Yes, a fever can cause water eyes. The reason why watery eyes appear is because the blocked tear ducts or excessive production of tears. On one hand, when your tear ducts are narrowed or blocked tears, it will not be able to drain away tears and as a result it build up the tear sac. When this tear sac appears, the risk of getting infection is increasing. The eyes will automatically produce a stick liquid and get the problem worse. This infection may cause nose inflammation as well. On the other hand, when your eyes are irritated, they will produce more tears than it used to do. When this happens, our body will tend to get rid of this irritant. So our eyes produce more tears. There are association between eye irritation and fever, so when you have a fever, your eyes will irritated at the same time. Then watery eyes appear.
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