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Dr. Jeffrey Dello Russo MD

Dr. Jeffrey Dello Russo MD

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1979 Marcus Ave
New Hyde Park, NY 11042

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  • Yes, personally I think you need computer glasses. Computer work involves focusing the eyes at close distances. Monitors are often placed too close (closer than default accommodation distance) to the operator because of space constraints in offices. People of all ages may experience symptoms of computer vision syndrome, and may require computer glasses to reduce these symptoms. No matter your age, you should talk with your eye specialist about the kind of work you do, how much time you work on a computer, how the work station is set up, and so on.

  • Squint equals to amblyopia, which means the diminished vision in one eye or the other. In most cases, the squint is resulted from imbalance of the muscles controlling movement of eyes. There are six muscles there working together to control it. So normally squint surgery is to adjust the muscles and gain the balance and alignment. Most people experienced blurry or double vision after the squint surgery. It is very common and temporary. Every time you move your eyeball you might fell headache and the pulling sensation, but it is not severe and it won't last long. The headache would go away after several days. Don't worry too much. You could get some pain medication over the counter. Have a good rest and don’t take any heavy activities within weeks.

  • This is a difficult question. Many people with mild forms of Macular Degeneration do drive legally, and do not have problems. It would be best to discuss your visual limitations and their effect on driving with your eye care professional. Driving is a symbol of independence for many people, and individuals with progressive vision loss may be unwilling to face the fact that their vision impairment may impede save driving. Often people with Macular and other retinal degenerations speak of "near miss" accidents that force them to confront their vision loss and acknowledge that it is affecting their driving. It is important to remember that your driving affects not only you but other drivers and pedestrians, and that the results of an error can ultimately be life-threatening.

  • Yes, it is better to throw away your make up if your get pink eyes. This is because that people who get pink eyes usually have some secretion coming out of their eyes, and there are plenty of alergens such as bacteria or viruses in the secretion. And these secretions can be in touch with nearly everything arround the patients, including the makeup. If the patients still use the makeup which may have been infected by the secretion can make their eyes get superinfection from the secretion, which makes the patients' eye conditions ever worse. Besides, the makeup of the patients is also very contagious for other people. Therefore, for the sake of the health both of yourself and other people, you had better throw away your makeup.

  • Dark circles is one of the most common problems that people notice around their eyes, especially when exacerbated by lack of sleep, so you'd better go to bed earlier. Moreover, Cucumbers are almost 95 per cent water and this will not only soothe the dark bags underneath your eyes, they will moisturize the area too. These just my suggestions, I hope they will help you to some degree.

  • Eye floaters can be removed with surgery. But I still suggest you to have your eye floaters diagnosed to see whether you are suffering from some diseases such as retinal detachment, retinal tears, bleeding. If the medical treatment can't help with your problems, you can apply the surgeries used in removing eye floaters. But only about five percent of these cases need surgery to remove floaters.

  • Keep your eyewear in a protective case when you%u2019re not wearing them. If this is not possible, leave them open and upside down on a flat surface in a safe place.
    Avoid placing your glasses without a case in your purse or pocket. Keys or combs can easily scratch them.

  • You can use eyewear or a brimmed hat to protect your eyes. Choose the eyewear that can absorb UV rays for they can give you the most protection. You should choose the UV-blocking lens materials, photochromic lenses, coatings. Many people think that sunglasses will cost us a lot, but actually they will not cost us a lot of money. And they can make us see things more clearly.

  • Yes, it's bad for your eyes to read books on iphone in the dark places. Generally speaking, it won't really affect your eye sight but it’s still bad for you, because you focus more with your eyes which will put stress on them. It's mostly genes that affect your eye sight. Reading at night with the low brightness is just a small percentage of what affects your eyes. The main reason people say you shouldn't do that, is that your eyes will hurt, and you'd get a headache and the focus you put into it, will weaken the elastics in your eyes. And you will make it harder to focus in the future. Anyway, Reading from any screen is bad for you, especially in the dark. It’s always best to read in a well lit room.

  • You will see better if you get the lenses that the doctor prescribed. If for some reason a lens with cylinder isn't available, -3.75 sphere is the closest, not -3.50.