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JCPenney Optical

JCPenney Optical

(909) 621-6388

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

10000 Coors Blvd Bypass NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120

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  • Degree higher in reading glasses is not good for our eyes and it is also not good for vision correction. But in my opinion, o.25 is will not do great damage to your eyes if you often use your reading glasses to view very small details.

  • It is not true. Never heard this kind of news that botox injection could cause blindness. Botox is commonly used in small plastic surgery. And so far, the saying of botox injection is that it is safe to use. Although botox also has some side effects, yet causing blindness is definitely not one of them. If any vision loss problem happens, please go to the doctor and find out the trigger and the proper treatment, which is the best way. Hope this helps.

  • Well, it seems that you are quite interested in those anti glare glasses. So, as a matter of fact, the purpose of those glasses is to better protect our eyes against some harmful lights, such as UV beams, which could damage our eyes. So, by wearing those glasses , our eyes could be protected and we simply could see no side effects, but you should make sure that anti glare glasses are suitable for your eyes, just consult an eye doctor ok?

  • You may feel the lenses slightly on your eyes for the first few days. Normally this awareness disappears quickly, so that you are unaware of your lenses almost all the time; sometimes you may feel them slightly when you walk outside or into an air conditioned room, but blinking usually removes any brief lens awareness. It is not uncommon to feel your lenses slightly at the end of the day as they become slightly dry, often due to working on computers (when you do not blink as often as normal) and in air conditioning. You may need to use comfort drops (as discussed with your optometrist). If you are planning a night out it is often helpful to remove your lenses for a few minutes break, and then rinse and reinsert them.

  • Apology. I was short about giving yourself a black eye. It's not like I haven't has bad an idea. But Caroline, giving yourself, getting some else to, is a bad idea. Any of the ideas given can have really serious and possibly deadly results. Watching your sister, as bad as that can be, beats being blinded or killed. What's wrong with going out(side?) with her? Is it taking you away from online time? Just a guess. Best answer is find ways to interest your sister in more time inside. Think compromise rather than a very risky idea that has a problem getting your parents to free you from sister-duty.

  • Yes, it is quite possible to happen. According the resources, many people might have some uncomfortable feelings after blood donation, but actually reaction to blood donation is rare. About 2% of donors have adverse reaction to donation, and most of them are very minor. And some of them are have reaction due to the rapidly decreased blood pressure, which is referred as Hypovolemia. Symptoms of hypovolemia include fainting, rapid breathing or heart beating, coldness and paleness of skin. Some people have adverse reaction because of the sodium citrate used to keep blood from clotting. It is called hypercalcemia. Direct impact on eyes or visions is very rare. Based on your description, it is probably related to the two situation stated above. Yet you don't have to worry too much. These symptoms usually go away very quickly. After donation, you should drink a lot of warm water, and milk. Have a good rest is important too. There are many people around the world are encouraged to donate blood, and there is very rare of cases that donators have any long-term complications as long as if the equipment uses is clean and sterilized. So, don't worry, you will recover very soon.

  • You are out if you consider big eyeglasses are out-of-date. For young girls big eyeglasses can make them look cute nas lovely, with their spirit refreshed. For young boys, big eyeglasses such as big Aviator eyeglasses are really hot and cool. Furthermore, big eyeglasses are also the most popular among the group of people who are in pursuit of the style of retro. Thousands of old people like wearing big round eyeglasses which actually is a fashion currently. In the year of 2013, big eyeglasses of cause are still hot and popular. Why not picking up one pair for yourselves now?

  • You can choose either of them. Oval faces are the most well-balanced face shape, so people with oval faces can wear any type of sunglasses which can go well with oval faces. However, you'd better not wear sunglasses with the same shape as your face. Therefore you'd better choose round sunglasses. Round sunglasses are very popular in recent years due to the retro style. Many people including both men and women prefer wear round sunglasses. Or you can try both on and see which one will look better on you.

  • It depends on what kind of dirty on your contact lenses. Whether it can be rinsed out or not. If you can clean the contact lenses thoroughly, you can use the contact lens again. The most important thing is that you need to make sure the contact lenses can not infect your eyes with bacterial or other organism. However, the best and safest way is to change a new pair. Hope this helpful.

  • I think your sore eye is caused by rubbing your eyes when you are crying. And your use great energy to cry will make the muscles around your eyes pain. It is a very common problem to those who are crying. And it doesn't need any special kind of treatment for they will recover after some sleep or few hours later after stopping crying.