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Levin Michelle R OD

Levin Michelle R OD

(713) 477-6929

Category: Eye Doctor

5125 Fairmont Pkwy
Pasadena, TX 77505

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  • I experienced looking at the sun when I wear welding mask in 2008. I remembered the eclipse of the sun occurred at that day. I would be blind when I directly watched the sun without goggles or something else. Hence I borrowed a welding mask and saw the solar eclipse. So you can look at the sun when you wear a welding mask.

  • You shall wash your hands first. If your glasses framed are made of plastic, It will be easy to handle it. Just grasp the frames with both hands and hold the frame with one hand in the are where the lens meets the arm on one side while gently pressing your thumb into the middle of the opposite arms. Then, repeat it until you fill the eyeglasses frames is wide enough for you to wear.

  • You shall check out how your child got squint eyes. Squint eyes can be related to a refractive error, when the child has a refractive error such as short sight, long sight or astigmatism, he tries to focus to see clearly so that one of his eyes turns. In some cases, squint eyes indicates a generalized genetic or brain condition. For example, when a child suffers cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus, brain injury or tumor, Noonan's or Down's syndrome, squint eyes develop. I suggest you take him to consult an eye doctor as early as possible. In daily life, you should supervise him to restrict the use of the good eye and to force the affected eye to work. If the squint eyes are caused by refractive error, prescribed glasses will be essential. In addition, surgery is often needed to correct the appearance of the squint eyes. Wish your child recover soon.

  • Yes, an explosion can cause blindness in several ways. 1. A large amount of energy will be produced by an exolosion. Some of the energy is transformed into sharp shiny light. People wholook in to the direction of the bring light may have "flash blindness" . 2. the shell of explosion source or some other things rush into the eyes may damage the eyes and causes blindness. 3. The great energy and heat produced by an explosion may causes blindness. If it is just temporary flash blindness, just stay away from the strong light. If it is permanent flash blindness caused by the burn of retina, you may need surgery and other medical treatment.

  • I guess it may be a stye, but I am not that sure. You need to provide me with more information. Do you have any itchy feelings or anything wrong? However, I bet it may be just a small problem. You might as well wait for a few more days. If it goes away itself, then it is harmful. But if it doesn' t, you really need to go to an eye doctor as soon as possible.

  • I head that there is no "Stye" product and there is no medical basis for how it would help a stye. If you have a stye, warm compresses are the right way to treat you. And Rx [prescription] remedy is TOBRADEX eye drops that may help you, and this is also used for pink eye. they can react quickly. Anyway, you shall ask your eye doctor who knows better than others.

  • If you have no too much time to sleep, you should avoid use your eyes continually without rest. Try to have a 5 minutes rest every hour. The most effective way to rest your eyes is to see things 5 meters away from you. In addition, we all know the color of green is helpful to our eyes. So you can go next to the window to see some trees and flowers. That would get your eyes relief and probably increase your work efficiency.

  • It sounds like you may getting bifocal lenses or progressive lenses. As far as i know, that eyeglasses lenses will have such problems of distortion vision if not use the lenses properly. If you have the bifocal or progressive eyeglasses, it is normal. So, you shall adapt your eyeglasses lenses as soon as possible. You shall try to turn your head for looking things around you instead of turn your pupils of eyes.

  • There are several complications with the surgery as the followings: First, the inflammatory or infectious disease. Though it appears infrequently, such situation may lead to blurred vision and even more serious to go blind. Second, with the intraocular implantation changed its location, which possibly result in metamorphopsia. For this condition, what you can only do is to do the second surgery in order to achieve the IOL reduction. Third, you may suffer from the risk of retinal detachment. Last, part of the patients' posterior capsule may appear to be vague, which we called as the after cataract. In fact, however, you don't need worry too much. As you know, with the technology is so developed, trust the modern medical science as you can.