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Bill Sloat Od

Bill Sloat Od

580-237-9379

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

705 S Oakwood Rt C1
Enid, OK 73703

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  • Well, it seems that you want to use hydrogen peroxide as a means of contacts solution. So, as a matter of fact, it is true that hydrogen peroxide could eliminate bacteria in a lot of situations. However, you should not rely on it to take care of your contacts, because there might be some negative consequences. Long term use of it might lead to some unknown problems,even some infections. Just try to buy a case of solution.

  • Well, in my opinion, it is kind of normal to have red eyes when you have headache, for head and eyes are connected with each other. In common, when you have headache, it will increase your blood pressure. In that way, it will also affect your eyes, leading to high eye pressure. At this moment, red eyes can occur because of high eye pressure. For your situation, you need to take some medical care to treat your headache. And then the redness in your eyes can disappear by itself.

  • I am 82 years old nd contemplating cataract surgery. I was told per the evaluation just performed, I have some astigmatism. I visit the present eye Dr regularly with the chart eye test and several dialated exams. I was never told I had any astigmatism problem. I used to wear contacts but my vision improved over time and I did not require any lenses over the last 12 years or so. Now my recent preop tests say I have astigmatism. Do I actually need the more expensive IOL to correct astigmatism. ?? After all these years did I suddenly get astigmatism??? What's going on here besides $$$$$.

  • Well, it seems that you have got some serious problems in relation to your eyes. So sorry to hear that anyway. So, generally speaking, eye ulcers are not contagious and wouldn't give rise to other infections around it. but it could be very terrible, because other parts are just connected to each other. So, based on your situation, I recommend that you take some timely and effective measures to tackle this problem without hesitation. Good luck.

  • Most patients can return to normal basic activities like reading and watching TV by the next day, and return to work within one to seven days. However, results vary for different patients, so you should ask your doctor if you have questions about specific activities. We usually recommend that you avoid touching or rubbing the eye, engaging in activities like sports where an object could hit the eye, and getting dust, dirt or sand into the eye. We also advise you to avoid swimming for two weeks after surgery. You may exercise if you avoid high impact activity during the first week. Most patients resume golf, tennis, and other active sports or hobbies within one week

  • It will not be weird. I see many people do such make up when they are out. Making the fake eye lashes will make your eyes look bigger and attractive because the glasses used for the vision may cover this point. I think such combination is OK which will make you not look nerd when just wearing the glasses.

  • Well, in theory it will work. It is known that Anusol is used for treating hemorrhoids. It is supposed to soothe the area and help inflammation and swelling. A big concern is that is a medicated cream, so it could pose a hazard if it got into the eyes, so it would not be a good idea. It would be less expensive and more effective however, to purchase Aloe Vera Gel, keep it in the fridge and massage it onto the under eye area.

  • There is a way checking if you have ptosis, that is relaxing your forehead and stretching the brow firstly. Then, measuring the upper eyelid position when your eyeballs extremely down at somewhere and the upper eyelid position on the extreme to gaze at something. Please remember digital differential and compare it with normal persons'. As far as i know, the difference of normal person is above 8 millimeters, but if yours is about 4 millimeters, you may have got ptosis.

  • Usually, this may happen when you are tired and suffered from dry eyes. I was suffered from it too. Just getting some eye drops to lubricate your eyes, and take a break for your eyes. It will be OK. I know that may be weird to blink with squeak. But usually, it is not harmful. But if you also suffered from redness, itch and pain in your eyes, you'd better consult a doctor because it may caused by eye infection or some serious eye diseases. Best wishes to you.

  • yes,of course Actually ,computer glasses have been on the market for years .Usually you don't realize them until you need them. Computer eyeglasses are made specially for working on the computer . They are quite different from the regular glasses .the regular glasses you wear don’t really provide the accurate vision correction for the distances typical in computer work. In order to see clearly, many resort to the methods of leaning toward the screen or looking down through the bottom part of their lenses. Such mis-position in working usually lead to eyestrain, dry eyes, headaches and blurred visions. With computer glasses, because the powers are particularly adjusted for the computer vision distances, there is no need to adjust the sitting position in order to see.