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Spencerport Optical

Spencerport Optical

585-352-1960

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

24 West Ave
Spencerport, NY 14559-1344

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  • Diplopia is the so called double vision. You don't have the problem before the squint surgery, and it can be a temporary symptom after this surgery. It is a common side effect from squint surgery. There are six muscles which control the movement of eyeball. Squint surgery would adjust the balance of these muscles to align the two eyes. If the double vision tends to persist, then you need to consult your surgeon. As many part of the vision system need to cooperate together to get a good vision, the possible causes of diplopia include cornea problems, lens problems, muscles problems, nerve problems and brain problems. Since your double vision occurs after the squint surgery which adjusted your eye muscles, I assume that it is caused by muscles problems probably. As to diplopia caused by muscles problems, I am afraid you need a surgery to correct it. If it can't be reversed, then the doctor still have some way out for you. A kind of special prism glasses or a patching can help reduce the effect of diplopia.

  • Droopy eyelid refers to the abnormally low position of upper eyelid, which is known as ptosis or lazy eye. Usually droopy eyelid is caused by three possibilities. One possiblity is that people might get ptosis through hereditary. It is so called congenital cause. Another very common cause for ptosis is aging. As we aging, our skin and muscles are getting deteriorate and sagging for collagen and elacity loss. This is very common and evitable. Lastly, it might be caused by abnormal development of levator muscle which is mainly used to elevate the upper eyelids. This abnormality might be resulted from some eye surgery, eye tumor, neurological disorders or some systematic disease like diabetes. From introduction above, you can see eye dryness won't cause droopy eyelids. So far, the best treatment for droopy eyelids is surgery. For congenital or aging causes, there seems no effective way to prevent it. As to the abnormality of the elevator muscle, it is complicated. I think it is better for you to discuss with your oculist. Find out the underlying root and then you can find proper prevention and treatment.

  • If you forget to take out your contact lens during night, irritation and redness will occur. It is bad for you to wear contact lenses all the time, even night. Actually, wearing contact lenses your eyes may be lack of oxygen and water. Then redness and irritation will happen.

  • Ok,it seems that you are very into that artist. Anyway, she is one of those most famous artists in American, and he has got a pair of blue eyes, though her skintone is a little bit dark, but she is a total blonde. So, she does not have to wear contact lenses to improve her vision or make her eyes more beautiful. And if you really want a pair of blue contact lenses, you could try to visit Amazon or eBay, where there are many good options from which to choose.

  • my sister got it in her eye I would proble sugjest that you wash/flush you eye out she cant see god but it helps the pain:)

  • Yes, it's fine to do that. And you can use warm water as well. For most people, it's common for them to wash eyes and lids twice a day, there's nothing wrong with using cold water. It disrupts the natural tear film and makes your eyes dry. However, in general, using warm water is better because it has more energy and the molecules in hot water are moving faster than that in cold water.

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  • You are so luck to have hazel eyes. They are really charming and attracting. How i wish i could have it. Anyway, you can try purples/plums with a hint of green or a hint of pink if you like to wear eye makeup. I have a friend with hazel eyes. She often makeup in this way. Most of our colleague said she is so attracting. You can have a try.

  • It does feel uncomfortable when you first wear hard contacts. You can try to increase the wearing time like 15 or 30 mimutes or day by day, but don't make big jumps, then you should wear them longer.