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Palmetto Eye &  Laser Center

Palmetto Eye & Laser Center

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

479 Heywood Ave

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479 Heywood Ave

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From 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am
To 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm
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www.palmettoeyeandlaser.com
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  • Most extended wear lenses today are made of silicone hydrogel lens materials that allow significantly more oxygen to reach the front surface of the eye, compared with earlier soft lens materials.In the morning your eyesight will be improved, but by the end of the day or two days your eyesight will return back to normal . And if you stop wearing them your vision obviously won't improve. Anyway I will not suggest you wear them at night .

  • Monovision lasik is needed for people with presbyopia but don't want to wear glasses. By creating near vision in the non-dominant eye, it allows people reading without glasses and reduce or eliminate their dependence on glasses and contacts.

  • The usual ski goggle cleaning solution or regular eyeglass cleaner spray would make sense to clean your ski goggles. Further, they are easy and available to figure out from a sporting goods store or online stores. Leave alone the paper towel or crude fiber cloth, or your ski goggles would be scratched.

  • If your polarized sunglasses dirty with sunscreen, you shall first find water and a pieces of soft clothe. Then, wet the soft clothes with warm water. Please not use dry cloth to clean your polarized sunglasses because it may cause scratches. Then, remove the sunscreen from your sunglasses with the wet cloth. Of course, if you can find some mild solution to clean the glasses, it will be better.

  • Take it easy, perhaps it is just that you have a serious lack of sleep, or have overused your eyes often. So, I strongly recommend that you slightly change your habits and try to pay more attention to your eyes. Perhaps you can take some eye drop which is designed for your problem. If the situation doesn't get changed, you'd better visit a doctor in time.

  • Yes, keratoconus will cause light sensitivity. When you get the keratoconus, that is to say that your cone thinning of the cornea is the central forward. An eye disease characterized it often cause highly irregular myopic astigmatism and different degrees of visual impairment, without inflammation. It is often happened among women around the age of youth. The early symptom is given priority to with refractive error, for myopia. Then it is gradually developed into astigmatism or irregular astigmatism, general lens can be corrected. The medium-term vision declines further, generally lens not correct. You must use contact lens vision correction and slit lamp examination to see the top of the central cornea gradually thinning, push out and so on. Sometimes after the elastic layer fracture, the aqueous humor intrusion, corneal stromal edema and opacity can occur. Later, the apex often form irregular linear scar or muddy cornea. The corneal superficial have new blood vessels ingrowth, decreased vision height and contact lens vision correction. It will make you have the light sensitivity because of the affection on the corneal and vision. You could treat it as soon as possible.

  • The reason you don't see things clearly at night due to the photoreceptors in the retina of your eye.
    You have two types of photoreceptors in your eyes - cones and rods. Cones allow us to see colors and work in bright lighting. Rods see black and white and work mostly in dim or dark lighting. SO, when you are in a completely dark room and you've become dark adapted, your cones are not being stimulated from bright lights and are not sending visual signals to your brain. Your rods take over and you can somewhat make out objects, shapes, and whatnot in VERY dim lighting.

  • Will yes, we can say that bloodshot eyes may be a sign of diabetes. First, you should know that when you suffer diabetes, it may result in cataracts, and glaucoma problems. By the way, because of diabetes, it can lead to weaker blood vessels. So the disorders in your eyes can happen. Anyway, your eyes will turn to bloodshot, even red. Of course, in some cases, it may result in dry eyes, blurred vision too. But on the other hand, for bloodshot eyes, it can be caused by eye infection and irritants. So just pay more attention to it.

  • A nice or cool pair of glasses is definitely a fashionable item for everyone to buy and I think glasses with white frames will never be out of fashion. The style of the glasses is quite important, as well as the colors. When buying a pair of glasses, people tend to choose the ones with dark colored frames. Because they think dark colored ones are not so easy to lose the colors and can be used for a longer time. However, dark colors maybe a little heavy for some seasons, such as spring and summer. This year, bright color is quite in fashion, such as white, yellow, pink and blue. Wearing a pair of glass in bright colors can help to make us look more energetic and refreshing, no matter in the hot summer or cold winter. Therefore, you can definitely choose to buy a pair of glass with white frames.

  • Not only Japanese, people at large may use glasses if required, Some of them for style others for actually seeing. Reason why they always wear glasses is because glasses make their life more convenient.