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Terry Lawson OD

Terry Lawson OD

(918) 742-2055

Category: Eye Doctor

9102 S Toledo Ave
Tulsa, OK 74137

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  • Yes, you can wear eye makeup to an eye exam, and it would not influence the result of the exam. Due to there are two main eye exam that are general eye exam, which is just checking how well your eyes are. And the other one is prescription eye exam, which could check how well your eyes are after the prescription. The staff would remove your makeup for you if the doctor feels it is necessary. But the doctor usually would only concentrate on your eyes instead of your face. The only thing would make you uncomfortable during the eye exam is your eyes would be watery from looking at the small letters and what they do. Perhaps it would break your eye makeup and make you look not that beautiful.

  • Is it possible to get eye glasses fixed for free at walmart?

  • Goggles glasses are useful during certain activities, such as riding a motorcycle, skiing or snowboarding. When you are taking part in these sports, your eyes need to be under special protection from dangers and mishaps. goggles over glasses can block flying objects like rocks and pebbles as well as insects. They usually use an anti-fog coating on the lenses in order to fight against fogging. Even if you fall down onto the court, goggles glasses will ensure your eye safety. They eliminate your worry while enjoying your sporty life. Some online stores offer quite cheap goggles such as Firmoo ,it will cost less than $50 .

  • I heard that sams club is as good as Costco to buy eyeglasses. But they are out of network for VSP insurance. Nevertheless, their eyeglasses dramatically less expensive and they work directly with the insurer to take the amount covered for out-of-network providers. So, they still help you save money and also save your time on waiting for reimbursement. Good luck.

  • First of all, you shall use a soft cloth to clean the goggle to prevent particles of dust or other debris that might have settled in the goggles. Then, Adjust the goggle strap for an accurate fit and try on the goggles and adjust it until it fit for your face, nose as well as your head. If you don't wear it, just take them off and put it in a case and stored in a cool and dry places.

  • About this saying, I need to explain a little bit more than just yes or no. What is the so called glaucoma? Glaucoma is caused by increased pressure in eyes, which will kill optic nerves in eyes and finally lead to vision loss. Caffeine is a stimulant which can impact our central nerve system. For some healthy people, it seems OK to drink some coffee, through which you would intake caffeine. Intake some caffeine doesn't cause any complications to the healthy individuals. But it can surely increase intraocular pressure, which will higher the risk of optic nerves damages. For healthy people, the pressure increased by caffeine might last for 3-4 hours depending on how much you intakes. If you don't drink too much coffee per day, it should be OK. It will not directly lead to glaucoma, but it will increase the risks. If you have glaucoma, you need to quit coffee at once. If you don't have glaucoma, then try to control your caffeine intake amount.

  • Lyme disease surly has something to do with dry eyes. Lyme disease has impact on many parts of human body, such as lung, bladder and heart etc. The lyme disease can also affect eyes. People suffering from lyme disease tend to experience pain caused by inflammation (optic neuritis, uveitis and sclerotic), sensitivity to light, conjunctivitis, drooping eyelids, blurred vision, swelling around the eyes and eye dryness. To get rid of the eye dryness caused by lyme disease, the treatment for lyme disease is quite necessary. Several kinds of antibiotics like doxycycline are effective in treating lyme disease. Besides, the treatment that aims at dry eye should not be ignored. Your doctor may prescribe artificial tears to you to moisten your eyes. In addition, you should avoid being exposed to certain environment that is windy or smoky. When you are out, it is better for you to wear sunglasses to protect your eyes.

  • This is not something that can be directly detected by the eye test.

  • From the symptoms of your description, it seems that you are not got scratch eyes but eye infection. Are your eyes appear redness, and also discharge. If so, it probably eye infection not scratch. You'd better visit a doctor so as to what's really going on about your eyes. If you really got scratch on your eyes, you can use some eye drops such as over the counter preservative free Refresh tears eye drops to help heal your eyes. Or if you got eye infection, you'd better use antibiotic eye drops to help the eyes. Hope this can help you.