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Combs Luke MD

Combs Luke MD

(434) 977-6253

Category: Eye Doctor

184 Zan Rd
Charlottesville, VA 22901

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  • Floaters is a phenomenon of natural aging, it is visual impairment which mainly caused by vitreous degeneration. vitreous body will have some turbidity with increasing age. Whether it can lead to blindness, it mainly depends on retina. If your retina has bleeding hole, it is inflamed, even has retinal detachment, and you have the situation of seeing a whole piece of black, it may lead to blindness. You should have a surgery quickly.

  • As we know that the loss of clear central vision can rob a person of the ability to read, drive and recognize people's faces even without causing total blindness. Comparing with central vision loss, Peripheral vision loss is a kind of disease that makes you look things difficultly in short time or even a long time. For the cause of this kind of disease, it can be glaucoma or migraine. Then till now there is no effective way which can be used to heal it , but on the other hand ,we can take a lot of measures to prevent or relieve the symptoms .for example , you can wear a special glasses which is just designed for you.

  • You should eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits which can increase the intake of vitamin A, B1, C, E. These foods are helpful such as soy products, fish, milk, walnuts, green vegetables, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes and fresh fruit. Vitamin C can effectively inhibit oxidation. The main affections of vitamin E are to lower cholesterol, clear body waste, prevent cataracts. Walnuts and peanuts are rich in vitamin E. Vitamin B1 can be protect nerve and green leafy vegetables contain a lot of vitamin B1.

  • Computer eye strain and computer vision syndrome are caused by our eyes and brain reacting differently to characters on a computer screen than they do to printed characters. Our eyes have little problem focusing on printed material that has dense black characters with well-defined edges. But characters on a computer screen don't have the same degree of contrast and definition. So, long time seeing computer screen will cause many eye discomfort such as headaches, blurred vision, burning eyes or dry eyes etc.

  • Yes, polarized sunglasses are more protective than common sunglasses. They have an incredible ability to cut glare and prevent UV rays. And the best polarized sunglasses shall have polarizer film that sandwiched between two layers of glass. And when it refers to buy polarized sunglasses, Oakley sunglasses are recommended. For me, Oakley Fives Squared polarized sunglasses are the best for me for bothe protection and handsome look.

  • Maybe, it is possible to get puffy eyes because of some heart problems. Puffy eyes are a common symptom that affects both men and women. Usually, puffy eyes are not only cosmetic concern, but also a hot study item for medical evaluation. The most potentially and serious life-threatening conditions can cause eye swelling and bags, such as nephrotic syndrome, high blood pressure, and some autoimmune disorders. So if you get puffy problems, you can have a consultant to a doctor and take some note from him/her.

  • Well, in my opinion, you’d better not reuse disposable contact lenses, or it can lead eye infections, especially the pink eyes. As we know that some one-day contacts are hydrophilic contacts and are not intended on being used for more than 8 hours of continuous wearing time. So if you reuse them, they can be harm to your eyes, for they are not designed to hold up to multiple wears, repel particles. And what is more, they are not stored in the solution, so they can be invaded by the bacteria. And when you reuse them and have no cleaning, it can make your eyes be infected. In some serious cases, it can lead to pink eyes, bloodshot eyes. Anyway, you should not reuse them.

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  • It depends. Generally, the 1.60 index lenses are thinner than 1.50 index lenses. That is to say, if you have strong prescription, 1.60 index lenses is highly suggested. However, if you have low prescription, 1.50 index lenses are enough. But if you have strong prescription and use 1.50 index lenses, the lenses look much thicker than 1.60 index lenses. Hope helpful!

  • Dear kid, you'd better not to read in the dark light place. Although reading in the low light place will not damage our eyes, but it causes eye strains and long term effect on our vision. When the light is low, our eyes have to adjust to it. We have to strain our eye muscles to work hard to separate the words from the page.