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Eyewear Direct

Eyewear Direct

09-262 0086

Category: Eye Doctor

Manukau City Medical Centre, 18 Wiri Station Rd Manukau
Auckland,North Island

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  • Are you sure you write the right number? We can%u2019t help you read your PD because we think you may write the wrong number. Maybe, you can send your prescription to us through Email and we can help you analyze your prescription, including PD. Email: eyecare@firmoo.com

  • Yes, they do. Skopko optical accepts most major insurance which cover lots of products. When you plane to take some eyes care or products there, contact the nearest Skopko Eyecare Center for detailed information. Bring your insurance files together when you go there so that you can get your discount. You can get the information of all the Skopko Eyecare Center from its official web.

  • Yes. VSP is short for Vision Service Plan which can provide some eye care services like LASIK and other types of corrective eye surgery. It may offer 10% on LASIK surgery. If you have VSP insurance, you should talk to your surgeon about it before you have lasik surgery. Or you can contact your insurance company to ask them what discount your insurance can cover the lasik surgery.

  • nerd glasses are pretty popular recently, ebay has lots of nerd glasses. I have never bought one because it's not suitable for me. However, buying nerd glasses on ebay is really a good choice. Most of the glasses are qualified, and cheap. Most importantly, they provide lots of discount, you can buy a pair nerd glasses with a low price if you're lucky enough to encounter their sales.

  • Photophobia is a symptom of disability of tolerance to visual perception of light. It is a medical symptom. Their eyes will look just the same as those people with normal eye sight. However, they will be afraid of the coming lights. That is the symptom to judge they get the photophobia. Besides as a morbid fear or phobia, photophobia is an experience of discomfort or pain to the eyes due to light exposure. It is a presence of actual physical photosensitivity of the eyes. It is not suitable to meet with the lights which will make eyes feel uncomfortable and pain. There are many reasons to cause the photophobia. When there is too much light entering the eye which is damaged, such as with corneal abrasion and retinal damage, the pupil is unable to constrict normally. Such the eyes will be damaged at the oculomotor nerve. If you have the keratitis which is not cured, your eyes will be feared when meeting with the strong lights outside which will hurt your eye nerves.

  • Well, first, you should the difference between progressive lenses and bifocal lenses. As we know that by wearing bifocal lenses, it can achieve the most favorable balance between near vision and distant vision all in one convenient pair of glasses. So in other words, they are designed for someone who need both near and farsighted vision aids. On the other hand, progressive lenses are very different for they are multi-focal lenses. So that they are able to focus points from far to near. If you have progressive lenses, it is likely to have all the field of vision, such as distant, intermediate, or near things. But you should take some time to adjust to them. But in my opinion, progressive lenses are better then bifocal lenses. So maybe you can have a try.

  • I have to warn you that it may be the disease called ptosis. Around 80% of patients get congenital ptosis. There’ s also someone got pseudoptosis or cquired ptosis. The disease can fall into 4 types: 1. Neurogenic ptosis caused by damage of eneurosis and the common syptom can be the migraine induced by eye nerve pralysis. 2. Myogenicity caused by the natural defectiveness of levator palpabrae muscle induced by congenital dysplasia or amyotrophy or so on. 3. Mechanical caused by eyelid tumors. 4. Aponeurotic ptosis caused by the function of conduction disorders of levator palpabrae muscle commonly induced by eye surgeries. The best choice is to do the eye surgery to improve the condition. Hope that will help.

  • Lazy eye, known as amblyopia, is an eye condition that vision be reduced and can not correct with eye glasses or contact lenses. When you have lazy eye, it means that there is something wrong with the connection of your eye and brain. Usually it affects one eye. I have lazy eye too, but I find no problem in driving. So it not true people with lazy eye can not dry. But you lazy eye are very serious and have affect your vision, it is another story. You can't drive if you can not see clear the ground in front of you. Vision therapy is an effective method to help with your lazy eye, you should have a try. Lazy eye should be detect as young as possible, because it can be reversed in a early age.

  • If you belong to the left eye dominant, that means that your visual input is from left eye to the right one. The number of people with left eye dominant is less than those with right eye dominant ones. It is all controlled by the hemisphere of brain. It is to some degree similar to the laterality of right or left handedness. Usually the side of the dominant eye and the dominant hand do not always match because both hemispheres control both eyes. However what side of your eye dominant does not affect your vision. That is to say, left eye dominant does not mean they have better vision in their left eyes. They just input the vision from the left eyes. The both eyes vision will not be affected. If your eyes vision is affected, you could do some measures to improve it through the diet and rest.

  • You can buy a pair of prescription sunglasses in any eyeglasses stores. You can take your prescription with you and choose a pair of sunglasses that you like. And ask the optician in the store to make a pair of prescription sunglasses according to your prescription.