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Dr. Dana Cianni OD

Dr. Dana Cianni OD

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301 Oxford Valley Rd, Suite 801A
Yardley, PA 19067

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  • It is so bad for you to get stringy eye mucus. You could use the eye drops with anti-inflammation to get rid of the invisible bacterium in the eyes. You need to have the good rest for the eyes, not sitting in front of the computers for a long time. You should also do the warm compress which could be regarded as the home remedies. You could have a try.

  • Well, in my opinion, contact lenses cannot damage your eyes in common. As we know that contact lenses are made of soft plastics. And generally speaking, it will be very comfortable if you take them in your eyes. But on the other hand, if your contact lenses have been scratched by something, it will just be dangerous for your eyes. In that way, it will just scratch your eyeball in some degree. And that can be very dangerous. So you should be careful about it. By the way, keeping your contact lenses being clean is very essential, or it will just cause many problems.

  • generally people will need reading glasses when they are aroung 40s . I don’t need them now but my parents do as they can't see the small texts printed on packages clearly now . They are in their 50s and had good vision when they were young .

  • Hi again I have tried sending you a message on your site but I got an email saying it was not delivered so here goes again. It would be great if you could let me know if you have received my email and article. I would like to contribute an article to your blog on how cryptocurrencies are reshaping the cannabis and CBD industry. I have used a couple of CBD sites in the UK to buy CBD oil using cryptocurrency. I realised just how much of an impact cryptocurrencies will have on the cannabis industry (which is heavily regulated) and I therefore decided to write this article. Hopefully, your readers will find it useful. I have saved the article in a word document on my G-Drive which you can access from here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1KDnahFgKRGeio0gPiJ61GcftlAyhZvZT?usp=sharing I am very sorry but I did not have the time to collect some images so please feel free to add some of your own. If you like my article, I can write a couple more once I get some free time (it is crazy busy at work right now after the new year). Have an awesome day! Regards Tony

  • Yes, if you sit in front of the computers for a long time with little rest, your eyes will feel tired. You may have the eyes pain. Your eyes may feel dry and even seriously get redness. You should take notice of this. You may need to use the eyes drops to release the symptom. You'd better have the rest for the eyes after about 45 minutes in front of the computers.

  • Usually speaking, it should not be the problem on the colored contact lenses. Instead, it is your eyes that cause the problems. It must be that your eyes are dry because of the long time use in front of the computers. You should check on your eyes firstly. If it is OK, then you could try another type of contact lenses. Or else, you will buy in vain.

  • Coconut oil solubilizes or breaks up water-resistant substances used in eye shadow and mascara, releasing them from the skin and lashes. And it will not do harm to your eyes. But if you accidentally get it into your eyes, it will temporarily blur your vision and make your eyes swollen. Under this condition, you can use a ice pack to relieve your swelling. Moreover, actually the coconut oil was washed out of your eyes thoroughly. You just feel uncomfortable.

  • Of course it is possible to get eye infection because of throat infection. Throat could be called pharynx in medical terms. Throat infection is the so called pharyngitis, which is caused by bacteria or virus in most cases. And for pharyngitis caused by virus, most cases are contagious. Pharynx is one part of upper respiratory tract. Adnovirus is a wide spread DNA virus, which could cause condition of respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, urinary system and eyes. So we could see adnovirus can cause throat infection, which make our throat tight, pain and coughing. With coughing, sneezing or hand touching, it is possible for this virus to travel from our infected throat to our eyes. It could cause conjunctivitis.

  • Yes, it is really hard to keep eyes open when you put contact lenses into the eyes. So, we have to use one of our hand to keep my eyes"open" when we put contact lenses into the eyes. First of all, you must clean your hands and contact lenses carefully. Then, place a contact lens on the index finger, let the lens sit on the fingertip of the index finger that are available for putting it into the eyes. Next, you shall use your other hand to keep your eyes "open" by pulling your lower eyelid downward and hold your upper eyelid. At last, gently place the lens on your eyeball. Finally, close your eyes and try to blink your eyes to let the lenses stay the right place in your eyes. Hope this can help you.

  • Signs of retina detachment include flashes of light like fireworks going off in your side vision. When you try to look towards the flashes, you can't look directly at them because they move in the direction you try to look at. They may or may not be accompanied by floating spots in your vision. Floaters, as they are called, can be anything from the condensing of the vitreous humor within the eye to a total detachment. Some people actually see a wavy line in their vision, half their vision disappear or lose total vision in the eye which detached.If you experience any of these symptoms or think you are experiencing any of these symptoms, see your eye doctor immediately and he can rule out whether you had a detachment.