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Sagebrush Eye Care

Sagebrush Eye Care

(575) 762-4463

Category: Eye Doctor

901 E 21st St,
Clovis, NM 88101

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  • Wet macular degeneration may also be called neovascular, it is likely to cause severe visual loss over quite a short time - sometimes just months. Very occasionally, if there is a bleed from a new blood vessel, this visual loss can occur suddenly, within hours or days. In wet macular degeneration, in addition to the retinal pigment cells degenerating, new tiny blood vessels grow from the tiny blood vessels in the choroid. This is called choroidal neovascularisation. The new vessels break through Bruch's membrane and into the macular part of the retina. These vessels are not normal. They are fragile and tend to leak blood and fluid. This can damage the rods and cones, and cause scarring in the macula, causing further vision loss.

  • Putting ice directly on the thin, fragile skin of the eyelid with your eyeball directly underneath is a VERY bad idea. Seriously, you could permanently damage your eye doing that! But to an eye injury, cold applications to the structures around the eye may reduce pain and swelling due to injuries or some disease processes. However, before using a chemical ice pack out of the freezer, wrap it in a small wet towel so that a few layers of cloth are between the ice pack and the skin. Applying the chemical ice pack directly onto the closed eyelids could cause localized frostbite.

  • No, you are not recommended to do so. It is really dangerous to wear two different pairs of contact lenses in eyes at the same time, because these contact lenses won't be able to fit in your eyes. They will move in your eyes. This results in corneal scratches and scrapes.

  • You need have a full exam to decide what the problem can be.

  • It is possible for a glaucoma patient to undergo cataract surgery. However, there are risks to have cataract surgery and there are even higher risks if you have glaucoma. So before you go to have cataract surgery, you should talk with your surgeon about these risks and the benefits of the surgery.

  • Ready-made reading glasses can be useful as spare glasses for some people to do thing such like shopping, or keep a pair in the car of reading maps. Moreover, it is less important if you lost them because that they are inexpensive. We recommend that if you need glasses, you have at least one proper custom-made pair which you use for most reading, with ready-made reading glasses as additional pairs.

  • Of course buying contact lenses online is safe, but it mostly depends on the shop you choose. That%u2019s because many online shops claims that they provide contact lenses at cheap price, but they are of inferior quality and can affect your vision. Hence don%u2019t make decision based on price, go on the trusted shops like https://www.contactlensheaven.com/ etc. that sells only high quality branded lenses at very affordable price.

  • Of course, conjunctivitis is different from blepharitis. Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the outer layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelid. It is most commonly caused by infection from viruses or bacteria, allergies, other irritants such as overexposure to sun, wind, smog or contact lens solution. However, blepharitis is a chronic inflammation of the eyelid and it is caused by a bacterial infection. Furthermore, those who suffer conjunctivitis manifest such symptoms such as red eyes, swelling of conjunctiva and watering of the eyes while symptoms that are associated with the blepharitis are itching, irritation and burning sensation, redness of the eyelids, flaking of skin on the lids, crusting at the lid margins, cysts at the lid margin, red eye, gritty sensation of the eye and reduced vision.

  • If you have got glaucoma surgery, you should avoid too oily and spicy food which may make the symptoms of glaucoma even worse. You should not drink too much water because it may make the eye pressure increased. And drinking too much coffee or tea will also lead to high eye pressure.

  • Our eyes will not change color with season. The pigment in our eyes will determine the color of our eyes. If the amount of pigments hasn't changed, the color of our eyes will not change. We know that there is less light in winter, so our pupil needs to dilate to let in more lights. While in summer, there is too much light, our pupil will let less light in, so it seems that our eye color is lighter.