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Gubman David T OD

Gubman David T OD

(856) 783-8822

Category: Eye Doctor

PO Box 1483
Voorhees, NJ 08043

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  • Even blind people can not sleep with their eyes open. If the eyelids do not close when people are sleeping, the bacteria will get into the eyeballs and corrode them, and then the corrosion will be transmitted to the nerves of the eyes, thus damaging the eyes. However, in some cases, some people will half open their eyes when they are asleep. There are mainly two reasons for it. First of all, these people have insufficiency of the spleen caused by disorder of diet, disorder of working and resting, or long time of disease. The other people who sleep with half open eyes may be born to sleep in this way. In this case, people should make sure that their sleeping environments are dar enough, and the darker, the better. Becuase the darkness can do less damage to the eyes when people are asleep. The function of eye opening and closing are completed by the extraocular muscles and mimetic muscles, especially through the shrinkage and relaxation of the levator palpabrae muscles and the orbicularis oculi muscle. If the nerves have very weak control to the muscles when people are sleeping, or if the orbicularis oculi muscles have low tension, or if the levator palpabrae muscles have weak contraction, it can be hard for the eyes to be closed completely. Some diseases can also lead to incomplete close of eyes, such as acute facial neuritis. If so, people should go to the doctor's as soon as possible in can that the conditions get worse.

  • Anyway, you should know there will be some side effects of the surgery, that is , you will be required not to touch water until they take the stiches out, that would take you about 8 days or so, just try to be careful. Anyway, you could try to gently wipe your face with a wet towel, but be careful.

  • Well, according to your description, it seems that your vision is not quite impressive. But anyway, as long as you can be one of the air force soldiers, your vision is good. But it is unknown whether you are allowed to wear contact lenses in the army or the training. Perhaps you should conform to the rules. And generally speaking, wearing contact lenses during the course of basic training will do no harm to your eyes.

  • Before you do the eye exam, you will be accepted to use the eye drops. Your blurry vision after the eye exam may be caused by your original eyes diseases that you have ignored. You'd better see the eye exam to find that whether you have the eyes problems. If you do, you'd better accept the treatment as soon as possible.

  • No. They have different purposes. Reading glasses are used to magnify at near distance. People with presbyopia use reading glasses to help them focus on the near objects. While computer glasses are designed for the distance from the eye to the screen so that people can feel comfortable to view the computer screen. Wearing computer glasses while using a computer can prevent the CVS.

  • Yes, you can order prescription motorcycle goggles that are special made for people with poor vision but like ride motorcycle. And prescription motorcycle goggles are worn not only for vision aids, but also for eye protection. For example, with it, they can protect the eyes from dirt, dust insects and other debris in the air. What's more, The goggles also shield the eyes from UV rays and glares in Sunny day.

  • Tricare will only cover routine eye exam in a year, the contact eye exam is not included. You can go to the TRICARE website to find more information about it.

  • Eye floaters May or may not go away. You should see an Opthamologist when you first get them to make sure that nothing serious is wrong.

  • Yes, Plano glasses are an eye protective equipment or safety spectacles used by workers in a hazardous workplace to protect against eye injuries caused by flying dust, dirt, metal, wood chips and other particles, as well liquid chemicals and vapors. Moreover, Plano glasses must fit a worker's face properly in order to be effective. They should not restrict the normal vision and eye movements of the user and must be reasonably impact protective. It is ideal that these lenses are clear, scratch free, washable and reusable for some time.