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Vision Mart

Vision Mart

(920) 452-3900

Category: Eye Doctor

2923 N 15th St
Sheboygan,WI 53083

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  • Maybe it's a sign of serious eye disorders or you should adjust your daily life. Eye floaters means there are some tiny spots that would appear in the front of your vision. You can see them especially when looking at a bright background, such as white blackboard. It's common for people to have a few eye floaters thus it's harmless. However, there are different causes if the number of eye floaters increase dramatically once. If you are too tired and anxiety, or you don't have a balanced diet, the eye floaters can appear frequently. On the other side, maybe you get a serious eye disorder, such as glaucoma, the eye floaters just a sign of it. You had better go to see eye doctor to take an eye exam.

  • I think it would not cause vision problem if you feel comfortable with them. You may need several days to get used to them and your brain would try to adjust between the different lenses.

  • Well, generally speaking, you can wash your hair, only if you can make sure your eyes can not be moistened by the water. As we know that it can improve your vision permanently, while there are also many things you should pay attention to it. As we know that after the surgery, your eyes will be very sensitive and fragile. So if you let the water in your eyes, your eyes will be infected easily by the viruses. So just be careful about it. So to wash your hair in a right way, you can follow some tips. For example, you can just wash the hair in the head by using a special tool, which can be used to prevent your eyes be moistened by the water. So that it can be safer. After the surgery, you should pay attention to other things. For example, you should avoid eye injuries by wearing a protective shield at night and with naps until you are advised by your doctor. Also, you should remember not sleep on the side of the operated eye for the first night.

  • You may need to deal with blood. My aunt is a nurse. A few years ago, I also wanted to be a doctor but not a doctor of optometry. I was afraid of blood. So my aunt asked me to change my major. Though some people could get used to that situation as time passed but it seemed that it was not a good major for those who were afraid of blood in the beginning. So later I changed my mind. Now I am far away from blood. I am happy that I haven't chosen that major.

  • As far as I can see, the recovery section may cost you several months, and during these months you have to protect your eyes carefully. First of all, you need wear sunglasses every time when you go out, and try not making yourself tired every day. Just remember, the fatigue will make your eyes recover slowly. One thing is clear, your photosensitivity will occur later when you finally recover. You cannot totally get rid of it. But there still some methods to avoid it as soon as possible. First of all, you have to resist overuse your eyes, then eat nutritious foods, and do message to your eyes when you have spare time.

  • Yes, you'd better put the right side of the contact lenses in your eyes. Or else, it will hurt your corneal. The water content character will not be worked normally. In addition, your eyes will feel blurry when seeing things. You should take notice of it to avoid the bad effect on your eyes.

  • It sounds awful! I can't imagine how painful you must be at that time. It might cause tearing, redness of eyes, blurry vision, and sensitivity to light. Leaving it without treatment might lead to even more worse conditions even vision loss finally. The first thing to do, of course, is to wash your eyes continuously with cold running water. The burning sensation might last longer. If you got severe pain in eyes and serious vision problem, even got high temperature in a sudden, I suggest you to see your oculist, after all damages to eyes might make your vision lost for ever. If it is not so serious, apply some cold compress might help you relieve the pain and burning. I once got hot oil in eyes that I was afraid that the cells in my eyes would be killed by the hot oil. Yet finally it seems that no severe vision problem left. So don’t worry too much.

  • No. I think. As far as I know/understand, you are born with the genetic code that dictates what eye color you will express. It's understood that some babies change eye color as they develop. You can think of the body "switching" on certain genes, that influence eye color, to retain more pigment. That's why eye color will become darker, not lighter during development. This is how it works naturally.

  • I would recommend a muted color that is like a lighter brown or like hazel of a mix of brown and green.

  • You can visit Dr. Monica Denny who accept Medicare located 1243 S. Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60605. Dr. Denny sees many types of eye care patients. Aside from general eye examinations, she also provide pre and post operative care of LASIK Surgery patients, pre and post operative care of Cataract Surgery patients, diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy and diagnosis of macular degeneration (ARMD). You can also make an appointment with her at https://www.zocdoc.com/doctor/monica-denny-od-25196?reason_visit=92. Hope this helps.