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    1.Timothée Delavenne Opticien

    1 Bis r Noyon
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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    In the Amiens, optometrists can be found in the vicinity of a chain optical retail store, or in an independent optometrist's office. Optometrists are trained to address both vision refractive errors and eye health. Many optometrists sell high-end eyeglasses and contact lenses in their practices with the most professional possible services in addition to performing eye exams and writing prescriptions. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors (MD) in the eye care and vision health who perform eye exams, write prescription for eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses, diagnose and treat eye diseases and carry out eye surgery. Ophthalmologist's responsibility is much beyond that of optometrist.
  • 2.Optique Douillet

    18 r Sergents
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 3.Atol Totet Opticiens Associé

    31 pl René Goblet
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 4.Atol Totet Opticiens Associé

    31 pl René Goblet
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 5.Optique Lafayette

    30 r Jean Catelas
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 6.Atol Totet Opticiens Associé

    31 pl René Goblet
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 7.Opticiens Mutualistes (Les)

    15 r Gresset
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 8.Optical Center

    16 r Victor Hugo
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 9.Atol Totet Opticiens Associé

    31 pl René Goblet
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • 10.Optique Bové

    115 r Alexandre Dumas
    Amiens,Picardy 80000

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  • After the strabismus surgery, you'd better not fly which may cause your blood pressure rise suddenly, especially at the taking off and leading process. You could wait for about a month. After you get the recovery, you may fly. And you should take notice of your eyes protection from the habit after the strabismus surgery.

  • Yes, it is true. Vitamin A can help people with night blindness. Vitamin A deficiency is a lack of vitamin A in humans. Night blindness is the difficulty for the eyes to adjust to dim light. Night Blindness is a condition making it difficult or impossible to see in relatively low light. It is a symptom of several eye diseases.

  • It is ok to wear contact lenses with applying eyelash extensions. When putting in and taking out your contact lenses, you need to be careful not to pull at the eyelash extensions. You can wear them during applying eyelash extensions according to your will. If you get the correct ways, they can protect your eyes.

  • Well, as far as I know, the reasons for your problems depends on the intensity of it. If your eyes just twitch little and do not continue, then probably you have a lack of sleep and maybe stress. However, if they constantly twitch, then you may have something wrong with your facial muscle. That could give rise to your eye twitches. So, my advice for you is to consult a doctor and find out where went wrong.

  • So far, there is not a ton of research done into the phenomena because it not bother most of people. Besides, this is not an diseases or some vision problems. But there are some people believed the tiny moving dots when you close your eyes is result of a function of persistence-of-vision. It is said that the light travels at 186,000 miles per second, however, the reaction that occurs from eye to brain is slower. So, you can see tiny moving dots when close eyes.

  • At first, you need to solve such question that is a generic situation or an exception. According to wikipedia, sneeze is confined as convulsive expulsion of air from the lungs through the nose and mouth, usually resulting from foreign particles irritating the nasal mucosa. So we know that it is an spasmodic involuntary action. Our eyes are highly connected to our nerves so that it can react to any changes in our body. In some cases, even the smallest things floating in the air like dusts can cause a sneeze, so just don't worry about the occational sneeze. You are too hard sneezing to hurt your eyes by changing the pressure in your cranial cavity, which change your IOP (intraocular pressure) consequently. Blowing your nose and wash your hand, it will get better later, as do your eyes. However, if it often occurs, you need head to your opticians to see if it is a intracranial disease, or even severe pathological changes of nose.

  • Firstly, you should consult your doctor. with blood clot, your eyes would be redness, swelling. Blood clots are serious conditions that need to be monitored by a doctor. Secondly, you need to take an anticoagulant medication. Anticoagulants can relieve the body's natural clotting ability and can break up blood clots, thus preventing the condition from worsening.

  • Dear friend, I think you must resist the temptation to squeeze them, because this will hurt and possibly scar your skin, and it may introduce a nasty infection too. It is a common phenomenon. I don't know what caused them or why some people get them while others don't. But don't worry. Maybe it is just a sign of lack of sleep. But I still suggest you to go to the doctors, just to make sure.

  • It is the same as you buy other regular eyeglasses. Before you choose it, you have to make sure if need vision aids. If you need vision aids, you shall take an eye examination to get prescription. Then, you can choose a online shop through internet. And pick up a frame for computer glasses that you like, Then, input your prescription online. And continue finish your order. After pay off, you can just wait for the coming of your computer glasses.

  • There are various possible reasons for the blurred vision following the hysterectomy surgery, including anesthesia, medication, positioning during surgery and changes in hormones, life style and body situation. Many people happen to have some side effects from anesthesia medications. These symptoms are more or less similar to a cold or flu, sore throat, blurry vision, nausea, dehydrated or pain in muscles or joints, occurring within hours after surgery and going off with no requirement of treatment. Just have some warm water would be good. Positioning during the surgery might cause swelling in head and around eyes, which will cause vision problem. As the swellings clearing off, your vision would be restored. You can apply some compress on eyes and massages with oil around eyes to help its subsiding. I think the changes in body and hormones are the biggest headache for you to concur. Anemia from too much blood loss might give you the blurry vision. You could have some iron supplement to fix this problem. Because of the uterus excised, you estrogen level would be fluctuated, which might cause your anxious state of mood, depression, blurry vision and some eye problems. It takes times for your body to function normally and for you to get used to it. Don't worry too much. Get some moisturizing eye drops could help relieve the dry eyes from hormones issues. But if your vision problem persist or worsen, contact your doctor at the earliest.