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A Town Optical Inc

A Town Optical Inc

(212) 719-4000

Category: Optical Stores

2 W 47th St
New York,NY 10036

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  • About A Town Optical Inc

In Business Since

1958


General Info

A State of the Art Facility With 50 Years of Experience specializing in Optometry ~ Focusing On One Patient at a Timer. Marshall Cohen Dr. Eugene Cohen Dr. Roy Cohen Dr. Steve Rubinstein Dr. Viktorya Belenkova Dr. Henry Ettinger Dr. Jessica Tran Cataracts Diabetic Retinopathy Glaucoma Macular Degeneration Dry Eye Therapy Red Eyes Corneal Abrasions Allergies Epi-Lasik PRK Lasek LTK CK Monovision Custom Vue Eye Tracking Custom Wavescan Permanent Implantable Contact Lenses for High Prescription://www.nyceyedoc.com/ ADD Binocular Coordination Dyslexia Learning Problems EyeStrain Eye Muscle Imbalance Strabismus & Amblyopia (Lazy & Crossed Eyes)https://www.ettingervisiontherapy.com/ Astigmatic Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses RGP's Hard & Soft Contacts Bifocal Daily Disposables Soft & Color Lenses Medically Necessary or Keratoconic Lenses Hard to Fit Unusual Cases To place an order please click on the link below. yourlens.com Accurate Computerized Prescriptions Exclusive Lines With High Fashion & Economy Frames Available Thinnest Lenses Available Invisible Bifocal Specialist Quick Turnaround office Hours:Monday and Friday9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday9 a.m. to 7 p.m.Languages Spoken ~ English, Spanish, Italian, Filipino/Tagalog, Russian, Polish, Yiddish, and Hebrew.Click Here to view the Notice Of Privacy Practices site Manager Sign InPowered ByYellow Pages link



Products/Services


Anti-Reflective Lenses


Aquatic Goggles & Masks


Astigmatic Lenses


Bifocal Contact Lenses


Bifocal Eyewear Lenses


Binoculars


Budget Eyewear


Cataract Lenses


Cataracts


Children's Eyewear


Cleaning Solutions


Colored Contact Lenses


Computer Eyeglasses


Contact Lenses


Custom Lenses


Designer Eyewear


Diagnostic Pharmaceuticals


Disposable Contacts


Duplicate Eyeglasses


Extended Wear Contacts


Eye Prosthetics


Eyeglasses & Frames


Fashion Eyewear


Gas Permeable Contact Lenses


Glasses


Glaucoma Testing


Lens Coatings


Lenses


Lineless Bifocal Lenses


Lineless Trifocal Lenses


Low Vision Devices


Non-Prescription Lenses


Opera Eyeglasses


Ophthalmology


Optical Services


Oxygen Permeable Lenses


Plastic Lenses


Polarized Sun Lenses


Polycarbonate Lenses


Prescription Ski Goggles


Prescription Sunglasses


Progressive Lenses


Protective Eyewear


Replacement Eyewear


Safety Eyewear


Same Day Soft Contact Lenses


Scratch Resistant Lenses


Sleep-In Contact Lenses


Sports Eyewear


Sunglasses


Trifocal Contact Lenses


Trifocal Lenses


UV Protective Coatings





Languages Spoken

English, Hindi, Italian, Russian, Spanish



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Accreditations


Licensed
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Bonded
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  • Reviews(1)

General Impression:

They Seem to be alright! But their sellections is very minimal!!!.

09/27/2012 BY Frankie Artis

  • Firmoo Answers
  • Yeah, of course, you need to take the size of the contacts into consideration, since different people wear the contacts with different size. Improper contacts will cause discomfort.

  • Pink eyes occur when eyes get infected by bacterium. It may naturally recover in a week, but it'll take longer time if you have internal thermal. Alcohol may lead to internal thermal, so you'd better not to drink when you have pink eyes. You need adequate relaxation, bland food in your recovery session. And artificial tears are always required. Buy new towel when you fully recover. And keep use artificial water for several days when you recover. Do not eat peppers. Do not drink. Do not smoke.

  • There is no need to worry about the blindness because it will never happen to you. It is just pepper, not any chemical stuff. And take into account of your immediate washing; you can recover soon than those who didn't do that in time. For the continue pain and red eyes, it will be disappear soon. But they will be fine later when your eyes finally release. My suggestion is, which is based on one of my experience, use some eye drop to assist the natural release, and then close your eyes for several minutes. Don't worry! Be careful in the future! Good luck!

  • I don't think a flu can cause yellow eyes. It can just cause red and watery eyes as symptoms of a cold. As to the yellow eyes, we are not talking about the yellowish deposit or spot in eyes, the cause is jaundice surely. Jaundice refers to a condition that the bilirubin built up in the blood. Bilirubin is coming from the breakdown of old red blood cells. It is processed by liver and then through the gallbladder into small intestine with bile to help digestion. It would finally be eliminated out in excrement. If there is something wrong with liver, gallbladder or blood, you might get jaundice which would cause yellowness of skin, sclera and mucous. Is there any other symptoms accompanied the yellowness of eyes? If you got fever which is also a common symptom of a flu, it might be caused by acute cholangitis, hepatapostema, septicemia, and virus hepatitis. If jaundice is accompanied with severe pain at the stomach pit, it might be caused by gallstone. No matter what problem caused the jaundice, you should go to hospital at once to test your blood or liver or gallbladder, because it is serious emergency which requires immediate treatment.

  • That sweat gets into eyes will cause redness of eyes, yet usually it won't cause eyes infection. Sweat is not very irritant to our eyes. It consists of water and some other minerals, including sodium, uric acid, and even vitamin C. It is not harmful to your eyes as you imagined. Eyes are really delicate and soft. When your sweat gets into eyes, they will protect them instinctively. That is why you blink your eyes unconsciously. The gland which could produce tears is in the upper eye lid. Blinking helps transfer the tears to the surface of eyeball. Tears are very precious. They could help clean and wash our eye ball. They are very important lubricant. Without them, we would feel very gritty and uncomfortable whateven movement we make. They could kill 90-95% of the bacteria in our eyes. So just a blinking would help you solve the problem you met. Yet if you still worry about it, you could use some running water to wash your eyes too. The redness is just temporary. It will last for only a few minutes. Don't worry too much.

  • You can wear contact lenses when you go to skiing. Actually, you should wear contact lenses if you have near-sightedness. Glasses may be harmful if you fall. So wearing contact lenses can be a necessity when you do some dangerous exercise. Do not wear glasses. The best choice for you is wearing goggles with prescription.

  • I always saw a lot of girls who wear colored contacts which make their eyes look bigger than normal. It is really beautiful. So I always want to get one. However, I have a good vision and eyes are tender tissues which can be easily hurt and infected by bacterial. In my mind, healthy is most important, so I will not wear colored contacts.

  • i have seen scanner green light 3 to 4 times, now what is precaution and problem

  • It's easy. A pair of prescription swim goggle can solve your vision problem. What you shall to do is have a eye exam and get your prescription. Then use it to buy prescription swim goggle that both for eye protection and vision aids.

  • There are some big framed sunglasses. You can have a look at https://www.firmoo.com/wrap-around-rx-sunglasses.html. And the sunglasses sold on this website are all with UV protection. I think a pair of prescription sunglasses will cost you nearly 100 dollars in the end. You can consult the online customer services to make sure that. Good luck!