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McPherson Lee, OD

McPherson Lee, OD

(919) 263-9163

Category: Eye Doctor

3150 Rogers Rd, Ste 110
Wake Forest, NC 27587

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  • In most time, it is called flying midge disease. The vast majority of the diseases do not affect the normal function of the visual. And people with the growth in older more or less likely to have symptoms of the flying midge disease, but there is not necessarily the actual impact of the human eye problems.

  • Air Optix Night and Day Aqua contact lenses are suitable for those people with sensitive eyes. This type of contact lenses are treated with special technology, so it can resist protein deposits, keep the eye moist and let the eye get oxygen. People who have sensitive eyes can wear this type of contact lenses comfortably all day.

  • Firstly, you need to know why your does not want to pay for contact lenses for you. In my mind, I think you can wear frame eyeglasses instead. Even though you are allowed to wear contact lenses, wearing contact lenses will make your eyes dry and make you uncomfortable. Moreover, the contact lenses are paste closely on your cornea, which may cause harm to your eyes. Hope this helpful.

  • If my vision doesn't change, I won't replace my glasses. Sometime I wear a pair of glasses for 2-3 years. So it just depends on your own conditions.

  • It is normal that eyelashes drop occasionally. That sometimes you have eyelashes in your eyes is also not a big issue. But you must get the eyelashes out immediately to avoid irritation. When you have eyelash in your eyes, you can try several ways to get it out. Close your eyes tightly, and pinch and squeeze all of the eyelashes outward to seize the lash and then pull it out. You can ask your friend or one of family members to blow the lash out. Keeping your eyes winking hard can pop the lash out. However, you should caution that the lash will not slip deeper when you try this way. If the eyelash dropping is severe, you may experience eyelashes loss problem which is due to deficiency in nutrition. If you have the habit of rubbing eyes, then quit it.

  • Amblyopia therapy is generally most successful at ages 7 and younger. At age 14, visual development is complete and amblyopia is permanent.

  • Well, of course not. It will be fine to get a little vodka in your eyes, as long as you take some measures quickly. Generally speaking, when you get some vodka into your eyes, you should not be anxious. And then, you should take some pure, clean and warm water first. Of course, you need to wash your eyes with the pure water carefully. Just repeat it more and more again. In that way, it will just wash the vodka out of your eyes. In common, if you do not take some measures to get vodka out of your eyes, it will just make your eyes infected easily. So just be careful about it.

  • The invention of swimming goggles may date back to the 14th century which are made out of polished tortoise shells and was used by Persians. However, the swimming goggles were first used in the 1940s. At that time they were large, round, double lens goggles. And they are not suitable for competitive swimming because they were too big and may came off easily when taking turns. By 1968, the competitive swimming goggles were designed specially for competitive swimming.

  • Yes, iPad is damaging children's eye vision. Because of the eye vision is changeable and flexible before 18 years old. That is to say, children's eye vision is not as stable as adults. iPad is a brilliant tablet, thus children would like to play with it nowadays. However, it provides bright background that would make children's eyestrain easily if children continue use it for a prolonged period. Even it could cause retinal detachment due to the children's retinas is developing and could be pulled out when move too much eyes.