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Well, in my opinion, you can just choose Polycarbonate lenses which are well known to be safer and thinner but rather lack optical clarity. And it can be a good choice for your kid. First, you should know that Polycarbonate lenses are also known to be thinner and lighter than traditional type lenses. Polycarbonate lenses offer total protection from UV light and radiations. On the contrary, ordinary plastic offers minimum protection from UV light. If your kid use plastic lenses, you may need to invest in antiglare material to protect your kid from any harmful rays. So in my opinion, you should choose Polycarbonate lenses for your kid. And this kind of lenses is durable.
It is really bad for people suffered from visual snow because they see things snowy like television-like static across their visual field. And so far, i didn't find any established treatment for visual snow. To treat vision snow, many patient teat it in migraine medication. It may help them a little. But i didn't find people who success from the treatment.
As far as i know, there is no such foods that can promote the whiteness of the sclera. I just wonder why you have such idea? The sclera in the eyes should be white itself. Of courses, there is a situation that your sclera maybe yellow because of liver problems. If your sclera is yellow, you'd better see a doctor.
No. wearing others' eye contact is not safe. Since eye contact closely stick to the eyeballs, you must make sure it is very clean. And eyes are very fragile to infections. If your sister gets any eye diseases which she is not aware of, like keratitis, trachoma, or other infectious eye diseases, you may easily get infected. Even though you wash it in the lotion, it is still not safe. In addition, you may have different vision problems or eye powers. It is not comfortable and appropriate to wear eye contacts that don't suit your vision.
Wrap around sunglasses will protect the skin around your eyes by covering larger parts of your face with their distinct shapes. As we know, the skin around our eyes is delicate and likely to get burned by strong UV rays.
Yes. Nowadays many patients prefer to have lasik surgery for both eyes at the same time so that the amount of healing time can be reduced and they can return to work as soon as possible. The technilogy is so advanced that the surgeon can treat both eyes at the same time.
Yes, it is possible for you to get blindness because of pinguecula. The pinguecula belongs to the hereditary disease. The senile change inflammation is caused by venereal change. You should protect the eyes very carefully. Or else the serious pinguecula will cause the damage of the eyes nerves which could cause your blindness. You need to protect the eyes carefully.
Regarding to your questions, actually, it depends on your skin tone and hair color. It has nothing to do with your original eye color. Because even though you have brown eyes, the opaque color contact lenses can completely change your eye color. So if you have warm skin tones and yellow-blond or golden brown hair color, contacts that often look best are those that include highlights of light brown, honey, hazel and green.If you have cool skin tones and strawberry blond, blue-black or salt-and-pepper hair color, similarly "cool" eye colors of ice blue, violet or plum may be most appealing.
The ear, throat and nose are connected, don't so much the eye... but there are sinuses that are located close to the tear glands which when infected can make the entire section of the face swell and place pressure on each part involved which is how you could get a red eye.
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