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Monica Nicole Evans MD

Monica Nicole Evans MD

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167 Ashley Ave
Charleston, SC 29425

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  • The best time of the day for an eye examination is dependent upon when you are most alert. If you are a morning person, then an AM appointment would provide better results. If you are scheduling an examination at the end of a 14 hour day, you may be very tired and your responses during the refraction may be difficult. Always consider the weekends for an appointment with your optometrist.

  • They are an antique style known as Windsor.

  • yes it can, that is exactly what happened to me. I rubbed the corners of my eyes and over an hr or so I had two black eyes (red & black) in the corners on the side of my nose, incredible didn't even know till someone asked what happened! one side was worse than the other, so I must have rubbed harder on one.

  • At first the coating does cover the whole lens,but after the lenses are cut, the edges don't have it anymore as the frame is made on them. Polishing the edges may work for you.

  • Usually, we can avoid the allergens to get rid of allergy. As to the swollen eyes caused by allergens, we can apply cucumber treatment to relieve the symptoms. You can put a bar of cucumber into a refrigerator for about half an hour and then take it out to cut it into thin pieces. Then put the cucumber slices on your eyes for 15 minutes. You can also use tea bags to relieve your swollen eyes.

  • Of course you can. I believe there are some eye drops designed to lower high eye pressure. You can go to nearby pharmacy and have a look. Maybe the staff there can give you some suggestion.

  • Vitamin C and E are good for macular degeneration prevention. I also heard that the Areds formula do not have apparent benefit for people without A.M.D. so as you are a healthy person, you can take in vitamins by keeping a healthy diet. I know that diet rich in green leafy vegetables can help prevent the A.M.D. and diet with lots of fruits and vegetables rich in Lutein and zeaxanthin can help reduce the risk of vision loss from A.M.D.

  • Yes, most of your clothes can't match it. But, there still left some other clothes would match it well. The wonderful matching color will be black and white, no matter what color of your glasses, the above two colors will suit it well. Moreover, the red color serial would match it also, e.g. pink and tawny, brown etc. Purple, dark blue will also be the good friends of red. Anyway, nowadays, many young people like to have two contrast color mixed together to lead the new fashion trend. As a word, in my personal opinion, any color, if you like, would match your glasses; it is your own style. This is a times that display our character!

  • Yes, borage oil is good for eyes. Borage oil contains amount of linolenate and gamma linolenic acid which are necessary delspray in our body. Gamma linolenic acid is especially good for eyes. What is more, it can moist our skin as well. So if you use borage oil to treat dry eye syndrome, it works. Borage oil is not only good for dry eye syndrome but also good for premenstrual syndrome, multiple sclerosi, menopause, heart disease, chronic eczema and premature aging skin. If you don't have those problems above, using borage oil can help you improve your skin and make your skin smooth. Borage oil can apply to all kinds of skin.

  • Oxygen is quite necessary for eyes. If there is not sufficient amount of oxygen in the eyes, the eye function will be negatively affected and the cornea will swell. One may feel uncomfortable when the eyes run out of oxygen. If this condition is left untreated, the cornea will lose its transparency. If you are a contact lenses wearer, your eyes will suffer from oxygen deficiency after you have worn them too long, for example, 16 hours per day. It is ok that you wear contacts for 12 to 14 hours each day, but you must give your eyes a rest once a week to maintain the certain amount of oxygen in your eyes. The eyes get their oxygen in your veins, so you need to make sure the oxygen in the blood of your body is enough. This can be done by taking exercise, deep breathing and taking in more vitamins.