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Cole Vision Center

Cole Vision Center

(425) 348-5080

Category: Optical Stores

1302 SE Everett Mall Way
Everett, WA 98208

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  • Hi I regularly order from your shop, and I love your store. But I have a question, I see a lot of Items on this site https://bit.ly/CareProduct that you also sell. but there products are 40% cheaper, well my question is what is the difference between your shop and theirs, is it the quality or something else, I hope you can answer my question. Sincerely

  • It is true that special glasses like sunglasses,polorized and bifocals are extra not only in local optical stores but also in online stores. As you konw that if you choose the 1.50 index the lenses would end up being too thick and heavy for the frame which will affect the overall look and comfortableness of your eyeglasses. Because the higher the prescription, the higher index is required for the lenses.Commonly it is not recommended to choose standard lenses, if you power is beyond +/- 2.00. Go and have your eyes examined and ask your ophthalmologist for some more advices. For my experience, online stores are 40%-50% much cheaper than local stores.

  • If you wear the 3d glasses to watch the 3d movies, you will find that your eyes can see images clearly. The 3d tvs are just the same as common tv. It will be bad for your eyes and affect your eyes vision to some degree if you do not have rest. In a word, both 3d tv and tvs will be bad for the eyes if you watch it for a long time. You need to have the protection for the eyes.

  • The most possible factor is that your cold cause watery eyes. Cold is easy to cause eye infection because of bacteria and virtues. Eye infection included eye pain, eye redness, pink eye and some other eye problems. Cold is also commonly due to bacteria and germs enter our body and some organs occur problems, and then cause some eye problems, such as watery eyes, dry eyes, eye pain and so on.

  • Well, yes, mold can just lead to red eyes, so you should be careful about it. Generally speaking, exposure to mold can and does affect people differently, and it can enter into the human body, such as a person's sinuses and lungs. Also, it can just get into the eyes. That is why there are more and more people who are getting eye infection from mold. And when eye infection occurs, your eyes will be red, itchy, uncomfortable. To treat it, first, you should stay away from mold. Also, for your red eyes, just have some cold compresses, and it can be effective.

  • There are many possible causes of crusty eyes including dry eyes syndrome, conjunctivitis or pink eyes, blepharitis and allergy. If it is caused by allergy, try to find out the allergen and keep away from it. Your symptom will disappear. If it is caused by conjunctivitis, you need antiviral or antibaterial eyedrops or ointments.

  • It is possible that adrenal fatigue can cause dry eyes. It is possible, but the chance is very minor. Adrenal fatigue may cause dehydration which result in dry skin, a lack of water inside the body and result in Sjogren Syndrome which is featured with dry eyes.

  • So, I don't know what it is precisely, but here my advice for you is to soak the contact lenses into your solution case then try to flush your contacts with clean water. If the smudges do not go away, then you probably should throw them away because you cannot expect to take them off by hand right, that would lead to scratched contact lenses.

  • No, it is not possible for the eyes to change the color with the weather. The color of eyes is fixed according to the genetic endowment when you are a child. Thus, it will not change with the weather. When you find the eyes change the color, you'd better go to see the doctor and have a check on the eyes.

  • Dr. Goadsby and Dr. Schankin from UCSF are 100% committed to this research, and are very motivated to help find the cause and hopefully a treatment plan.

    To participate in this Visual Snow study you must:

    1) Suffer from 24/7 visual snow
    2) live in the U.S.
    3) Be willing to travel to San Francisco for testing
    4) complete a short, very simple phone interview to determine if you are eligible
    5) Must be between the ages of 18 - 55

    Contact details for the study can be found on https://www.eyeonvision.org or contact the doctors directly at VS-Research@Neurology.ucsf.edu

    These doctors 100% believe in this condition, and that is a great comfort to many patients.