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Mark Stephen Foster MD

Mark Stephen Foster MD

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1901 S 1st St
Temple, TX 76504

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  • Usually plastic frames are made without nose pads, but they tend to slip and ride down the nose a lot more than metal frames. If you have a roman nose, it is good for you to choose plastic frame.

  • Well, you should well understand the seriousness of a pinguecula, as far as I know, it is quite a serious disease in relation to your eyes can should lead to some more serious problems. Since exposure to contacts would cause greater damage to your eyes,therefore, it would be wise for you to stop wearing contacts, also, try to take some measures under the doctor's guidance. Hope you recover as soon as possible.

  • Alcohol can cause puffy eyes because it lowers anti-diuretic hormones (ADH) in the body, but the levels will normalize and the puffiness will usually subside at about the same time your hangover subsides. so you need to wear a mask that is filled with cold water or gel for a few minutes when you wake up in the morning to get off it.

  • Of course yes. Retro sunglasses are very hot in these years, especially admired by women. However, there are also retro sunglasses signed for men specially. Retro sunglasses have many designs with different color. If you want to try a pair of retro sunglasses, I recommend you to choose the black ones. The colorful sunglasses are not suitable for men very much. The black retro sunglasses will make look cool.

  • I believe your reds eyes after skining is a combination of wind, glare, low humidity and less oxygen. Rewetting drops don't really help nor do drops for the redness. Goggles help but not enough.An optician once told me that contacts love either cold/dry or hot/humid conditions so skiing should be good for them. I am currently trying new monthly torics, Proclear and Frequency Xcel. I also have dry eyes. the proclear has a higher water content and I find them less comfortable. these lenses need more water which my eye is not producing.Red eyes mean something is irritating them. I assume you wear googles or wrap around shades so it should not be wind or glare. it might have something to do with the fit of your lens or the oxygen supply to the eye. probably best to see an optician for a check up.

  • Why don't you try contact lenses? They will surely make your eyes look bigger and more beautiful. If you stick to glasses, you may need aspherical lenses to make your eyes look in the most natural way.

  • There still has not exact evident which can say the relationship between caffine and eye twitching. But a study in Italy said that coffee drinks are less likely to suffer from delay eye twitching. And the risk of illness is inversely proportional to the intake of caffine. While the researchers can not determine which substances in coffee play a role, but they guess it is caffine. Because caffine have an effect on the receiver in the basal ganglia of the brain, the basal ganglia plays an important role in the control of movement. They plan to further study whether coffee can reduce the risk of suffering from other diseases. So for your question, it has not an absolute conclusion.

  • If you spend too much time in front of a computer screen, you are likely to suffer from eye strain. The glare produced by the screen is one of the main causes of eye strain. Rounded computer screen reflects more light, causing glare on the surface of the screen. But flat computer screen will not cause this problem. So you should choose flat computer screen to protect your eyes. But what is more important is the way of placing the screen and the setup of the monitor. The computer screen should be at least 25 inches away from you. Keeping the screen slightly below your eye level will help to reduce eye strain and headache. The monitor should not be at low refresh rates, for this can cause fatigue and eye discomfort. You should set the display at 75 Hz or better to make your eyes comfortable. Applying pale green as the background color will also benefit your eyes.

  • There is a kind of eye drops that can relieve the redness in our eyes and whiten our eyes. But I heard that it can't solve the problem permanently, so I will not suggest you to have a try. You can have your eyes checked to see whether you have got some infections or any diseases in other part of your body for the yellow eye may be a sign of some disease.

  • Too much light entering the eye, overstimulation of the photoreceptors in the retina,excessive electric impulses to the optic nerve and excessive response in the central nervous system are all causes of photophobia. As we all known, photophobia means people who are afraid of light and sensitive to light. Photophobia can be cured by taking 10 mg Lutein and 2 mg Zea xanthin per day to improve visual performance and decrease in light sensitivity in subjects.