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J C Reiss Optician

J C Reiss Optician

(973) 538-5287

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25 South St
Morristown,NJ 07960

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  • If you experience dryness-related contact lens discomfort, sometimes switching to a different brand of contacts made of a lens material with a higher or lower water content will help.

    Lenses with a high water content initially provide more moisture for the eye surface, but (depending on a number of factors) high-water-content lenses sometimes can dry out faster than low-water-content lenses, increasing dryness discomfort.

  • First of all, you shall use a soft cloth to clean the goggle to prevent particles of dust or other debris that might have settled in the goggles. Then, Adjust the goggle strap for an accurate fit and try on the goggles and adjust it until it fit for your face, nose as well as your head. If you don't wear it, just take them off and put it in a case and stored in a cool and dry places.

  • It depends on the sort of laser you're talking about, but the general answer is ABSOLUTELY NOT. SUNGLASSES DO NOT PROTECT AGAINST LASER LIGHT! Sunglasses protect well against UV light. They allow a lot of visible light to pass, which is why you can see through them. Above about 800nm most sunglasses have a transmittance close to 100%, so they do basically nothing against lasers that emit in the infra-red part of the spectrum. If you value your sight, buy protective eyeware designed for the laser you're dealing with.

  • About this saying, I need to explain a little bit more than just yes or no. What is the so called glaucoma? Glaucoma is caused by increased pressure in eyes, which will kill optic nerves in eyes and finally lead to vision loss. Caffeine is a stimulant which can impact our central nerve system. For some healthy people, it seems OK to drink some coffee, through which you would intake caffeine. Intake some caffeine doesn't cause any complications to the healthy individuals. But it can surely increase intraocular pressure, which will higher the risk of optic nerves damages. For healthy people, the pressure increased by caffeine might last for 3-4 hours depending on how much you intakes. If you don't drink too much coffee per day, it should be OK. It will not directly lead to glaucoma, but it will increase the risks. If you have glaucoma, you need to quit coffee at once. If you don't have glaucoma, then try to control your caffeine intake amount.

  • Yes. A well-built fire adds a smoky complexity to grilled food yet also has the potential to aggravate your eyes-causing them to tear. Smoke is full of tiny particles and gasses. The wafting smoke from the grill transports these particles to your eyes, where reflex tears are produced to wash out these impurities. A gas grill tends to produce less smoke than a charcoal one. But if fat, marinades or juices drip into the fire of either one, smoke flares up.

  • From the symptoms of your description, it seems that you are not got scratch eyes but eye infection. Are your eyes appear redness, and also discharge. If so, it probably eye infection not scratch. You'd better visit a doctor so as to what's really going on about your eyes. If you really got scratch on your eyes, you can use some eye drops such as over the counter preservative free Refresh tears eye drops to help heal your eyes. Or if you got eye infection, you'd better use antibiotic eye drops to help the eyes. Hope this can help you.

  • Not all paul smith sunglasses are polarized. Some of their coating part just uses the special materials to protect the eyes from the uv or the bad sun lights. About the polarized function, there are some types owned with this character, especially suitable for the men who will go to fishing and driving. If you want to buy one, you could go to the online stores to have a look. There are so many types with good design and quality.

  • Well, in fact, I gotta say, hair spray does not have anything to do with glasses lenses. Indeed , your concern is very natural since hair spray really look weird. Generally speaking, hair spray will not ruin your lenses, unless you put your lenses soak in the spray, but I believe fools will do that experimet. Perhaps a little hair spray will help clean your lenses. So, don't have to be worried. Anyway, definitely not.

  • I suggest you not taking any alcohol while using antibiotic eye drops. Though alcohol may not make any difference, it can lead to dehydration, stimulating your eyes and postponing the healing process. In addition, drinking alcohol does no good to your health, you had better not consume too much alcohol.