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Denny Brian

Denny Brian

03-434 8940

Category: Eye Doctor

4 Coquet St
Oamaru,South Island 9400

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Denny Brian Hours

4 Coquet St Oamaru,South Island 9400

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
From 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:00 am
To 17:00 pm 17:00 pm 17:00 pm 17:00 pm 17:00 pm
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  • I think you may try contact enhancement lenses. As the name implies, an enhancement tint is meant to enhance the natural color of your eyes. Colored contacts with this type of tint usually are best for people who have light-colored eyes and want to make their eye color more intense.

  • actually I have heard that many people's eyes are really itchy when they rub their nose,but when you blow you nose, your eyes feel painful. there must be some reasons. Do you catch a cold or have a nose allergy? because our eyes, nose , ears and mouth influence with each other, like gearwheels working in a machine. maybe there is congestion around your eyes and the bridge of the nose is near your eyes. so when you blow your nose, you may have a surge of pain. you'd better see a doctor and examine yourself. try to use some eyedrops to ease pain

  • Yes, you'd better not use expired eye drops. If there use the eye drops, you may likely to get a batieria infection. manufactures usually will make them safe up to 3 to 6 months after. of course, this also depends on where you have them stored. If you keep your eye drops in cool and dry places, it may stored for a longer time. Anyway, you are strongly recommend to buy new eye drops instead.

  • AMD is most prevalent in people aged 50 years and over. Most people affected by AMD can see well enough to live independently, but have trouble with tasks that require the ability to see fine detail such as sewing, driving and reading. Recognising faces may be difficult too. About one in seven Australians over 50 show signs of AMD.

  • As far as I’m concerned, you'd better stay at home till it cured. Though stye is not a highly contagious disease, long time radiation from computer as well as lack of sleeping does not work for symptom and even make things worse. A warm compress is a good way to treat your stye. You can wet a cloth with hot water. Then place the warm compress on the affected eye for 5 to 10 minutes. You are supposed to do this for several times a day, it is normal to take about one to two week at most for the stye to disappear. Nevertheless, if it is really getting more and more serious, you'd better go for their help and accept the relative treatment in order to get a recovery.

  • You've got the reading glasses which may help you see the near things clearly. I think your problem must be caused by the maladjustment because you wear the reading glasses for the first time. However, there is another reason that may cause you feel dazzle when reading. That is prescription. Maybe the prescription the glasses take is a little higher for you. Thus, you'd better go to see the doctor and have the check.

  • I think you may need to buy two pairs of glasses. computer glasses are only good for computer using. A pair of reading glasses can help provide with clear vision when you are reading a book or magazine. I have bought two pairs of glasses from Firmoo. They are quite good. I think the most satisfying thing is that they are cheaper than the glasses sold by other online optical stores. You can have a look first. Hope this helped!

  • In common, people work at computer require intense use of the eyes. They need to focus on computer screen all the time that lead to eye strain such as dry eyes, burning eyes, sore eyes, or watering eyes etc. So, it is really common for you to feel eye strain if you continuous work at computer. If you want to get rid of eye strain, you'd better stop your work and take a good and long rest for your eyes.

  • Just try them on to see whether they will look good on you. If you can't determin by yourself, you can take a someone else, like a frend with you. He or she will give you some suggestions on what kind of glasses are good for your face shape.

  • PD means the pupillary distance, that is, the distance between the centre of one pupil to the centre of the other pupil. PD are needed when they are preparing to make prescription eyeglasses.