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Truscott Hamilton & Thompson Optometrists Hours
276 Wairakei Rd Bryndwr Christchurch,South Island
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Well, first, the white stuff on your eyes can be the eye discharge. When you have the white eye discharge in your eyes, it can be related to eye infection. And eye discharge can be caused by allergies, bacteria, makeup, chemicals or from your contact lenses not fitting correctly. And at this moment, you need to check your situation with eye doctor. And in common, he will just give you some eye exam, and some eye prescription drops can be advised. So go and see the eye doctor as soon as possible.
Lolo...Of course, you wear it when you feel in danger condition. If you work in chemistry laboratory or doing some dangerous work such as using heavy or sharp machinery, you can wear prescription safety goggles all the time during your work for the sake of your eyes. Though wearing safety glasses may not look good, it is a good way to protect you.
Well, yes, tinnitus can just affect your vision too. In that way, it may lead to some vision problem. Generally speaking, tinnitus is the medical term for noises in the ears. Also, we can say it as "ringing in the ears." And according to some researches, when you suffer from tinnitus, you may also hear roaring, buzzing, whistling, or hissing. When tinnitus occurs, some symptoms in eyes such as blurry vision can be very common. Also, you may see flashing light too. So it can be annoying. For the causes, damage to the middle or inner ear is a common cause of tinnitus. Also, damage to your eardrums or to the tiny bones in your middle ear can also interfere with the proper conduction of sound. Anyway, just be careful about it.
Usually the lenses are very tight in the glasses. You need to find the fire and heat the frames for a while. But you should control the distance and not let the lenses get damaged. Then you will find the frames of the glasses become loose. At this time, you could pop the lenses back into the glasses.
Most heart shaped face people are featured with broad forehead, wide cheek and narrow small chin. To enhance the look, you shall choose sunglasses with round top frame to soften the forehead. Or sunglasses styles with low-set temples. Nevertheless, your hair style and clothes also important for choosing sunglasses apart from face shape. But for most of heart shaped face, aviator style sunglasses are good item to enhance their look.
Yes,it is possible. Go to the optical store to ask.
I think Acuvue is a good brand for toric contact lenses. My doctor gave me a prescription for Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism and I started to wear them 3 months ago. I immediately fell in love with these lenses because they're so comfortable on the eye, there's hardly any period of adaptation to them. It is all my own experience. Hope these can help.
Your basic premise that one can see better with the glasses tilted is false. If the lenses have the right correction for your eyes, then tilting them will make things worse.The reason this does work often is that the lenses are not at the right correction. In young nearsighted (myopic) people, the myopia usually gets worse with age. The glasses may have had the right correction 2 years ago, but meanwhile the eyes have gotten a little more myopic and a stronger correction is required. Tilting the lenses makes light pass thru them in a way that effectively makes the lens seem stronger at that angle. If distant objects are a little blurry due to more myopia than the lenses are correcting, then tilting the lenses will make horizontal edges sharper. It does nothing for vertical edges. But, overall the image will appear sharper.
Well, from what you said, I can see that you still care about your eye health. So, it is true that old contact lenses are filled with bacterium and they are likely to generate some trauma to your eyes, making your eyes red, even bleed. And if you carelessly got some red eyes because of them, you need to see a professional doctor and receive some emergent surgeries and treatment.
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