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Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Ballynahinch of County Down. You may arrange an free eye exam, buy prescription eyeglasses, RX sunglasses or donate your old eyeglasses by using the contact information in the directory.
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    1.Craig Henderson Opticians

    35 Main St Saintfield
    Ballynahinch,County Down BT24 7AB

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    Optical stores in Ballynahinch offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Ballynahinch have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
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    35 Main St Saintfield
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  • Yes. you should. Sunglasses are among the most fashionable accessories that can be used in many occasions. They can make you turn into a fashionista. As a guy, I recommend that a man have at least two pairs of sunglasses in his warbrobe. A classic, quality pair for every day use that can be worn with either a suit or polo shirt and a cheaper,disposable pair that can be worn in situations where the likelihood outdoor sports, you'll at some point want to consider a pair of athletic wrap around sunglasses.

  • There should be instruction about how to use it in the outer packing. It is easy to use them. If you don't wear contacts, put them in the solution to clean and disinfect them.

  • When it comes to thick black framed glasses, you can find them in any mortar and brick store or at online eyeglasses store such as firmoo.com. Thick black framed glasses is highly recommended to a person with strong prescription because they will hide the thickness of your lenses. Hope this helpful.

  • A dry eye means a lack of enough tears. There are mainly five reasons why children have dry eyes. First, inflammatory conditions including Sjogren's syndrome, graft-versus-host disease can cause children with diminished tear production. Second, congenital disorders can cause dry eye in children as familial dysautonomia can affect the autonomic nervous system. Third, poor nutrition can cause dry eye. If a child lacks vitamin A, it can cause clinical signs and symptoms of dry eyes. Fourth, diabetes can cause dry eye in children as well. Children under 20may get type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes. Fifth, medication, environmental factors and ocular can cause dry eyes as well. Exposure to low humidity, blink rate during video game usage and contact lenses can easily get your eyes dry. To treat dry eye, parents can change their children's diet to a diet high in iron, cystic fibrosis and in animal sources. They can emphasize habitual dosing around everyday occurrence such as breakfast, lunch, dinner, bedtime and the time their children play computer. Though eye drops can relieve the situation, but the best way to treat dry eye is take their children to the hospital to see a doctor.

  • Generally speaking, it’s ok to wear eyeglasses and contacts at the same time. I have seen many people wearing them in the work place. But you should see your ophthalmologist to determine what your eyeglass prescription should be while wearing your contact lenses that will give you the best corrected vision. On the other hand, there are also many people who can not wear eyeglasses and contacts at the same time. Because if they wear both of them, it will make their eyes feel eyestrain. In a long time, it will damage their eyes. So you should console it with your doctor so that you can make sure if it's fine for you to wear them or not.

  • Dear friend, there are many ways to get your sting out of your sunburn. You must drink a lot of water. You can apply some artificial tears to moisten your eyes. You can place a piece of ice on your closed eyes to make your eyes more comfortable. Your sting was caused by lack of water. And the harsh light can also hurt your eyes. I strongly suggest you to buy a pair of sunglasses. When you want to go out, sunglasses can prevent this from happen, because it can block the hash light and UV light.

  • Since there is no watering, pain, vision problems, there is no need to worry. If there any of these symptoms then need to consult ophthalmologist. Hence the injury appears to be limited only to conjunctiva in the form of subconjunctival hemorrhage which does not require emergency treatment. Hence no need to worry and you need to go to check it out after appointment with your doctor.

  • It seems that your eyes are still recovering from the cataract surgery. You should understand that there are some lasting consequences from taking that surgery. Perhaps it is because of a lack of attention to your eyes, overuse of eyes could give rise to blurred vision. Ask yourself whether you have thoroughly followed the doctor's instructions or not. If you still have that feeling, consult a doctor.

  • In my opinion, you should not remove the scratches by yourself for it can be dangerous to damage your glasses. Also, because they are just glasses, it is hard to remove the scratches on them. Anyway if you do it by yourself, it will very dangerous for you to destroy them. In some cases, they can not be worn any more. For your situation, you should just go and ask the professional person for help. Maybe he can help and give some advices.

  • You are not suggested to wear contacts when you get a cold. There will be lots of bacteria on your hands and when you put your contacts in, your eyes can easily get infected by these bacteria.