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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 Sandown of Isle of Wight. 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.J Dencer-Brown

    38b High St
    Sandown,Isle of Wight PO36 8AD

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    Optical stores in Sandown offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Sandown 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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  • Yes, eye care is always better than eye disease cure, since the eye is very delicate and essential for sighted individuals. Most people rely on their eyes in perceiving the outside world. The precious eyes usually need good care. A simple task is to have regular eye checkups from an eye care practitioner. Many eye problems such as macular degeneration can be detected during a regular examination. This article firstly states the importance of eye protection during daily life and secondly introduces the significance of taking beneficial nutrients for eye health.

  • I think oakley sunglasses have uv protection, if no, it would not to protect your eyes, it must be fake! No matter what brand of famous and superior sunglasses, they all have the common characters. We can not give you the tip for the 100% assurance to define it is uv protected or not, but we still have some points for you to choose the right one. Firstly, the best sunglasses have the great anti-ultraviolet function which would prevent the 99% ultraviolet. Wearing such kind of sunglasses, your pupil will keep the same no matter indoor or outdoor, in dark or bright place. Secondly, it will be very clear of the vision when you wearing the real sunglasses, your eyes will be comfortable and relax. Thirdly, the real sunglasses will be strong and durable. Hope you find the suitable sunglasses for yourself, as you make the decision, you can try to wear for a second to see if it is ok and comfortable, then pick the best one for youself.

  • It doesn't mean you don't have dry eyes if there is no itch or redness.The doctor can check your eyes under close inspection. If you have dry eyes, you are not a good candidate for lasik surgery. The doctor just wants to make sure the the surgery goes as smooth as possible and you should trust him.

  • It's true that diabetes can cause double vision. It's because the diabetes may affect some nerves of your eyes. Those nerves are controlling your eye movement, once they are affected by diabetes, your two eyes may not work coordinately, so you will have double vision. Diabetes often comes with high blood pressure. High blood pressure may do damage the blood vessels in your eyes, thus you also may get double vision. There are some obvious symptoms of diabetes. For example, go to the bathroom frequently, always feeling thirst, and losing weight without trying. I advise you to keep on a diet, keeping it in balance will be helpful for your cure. Hope you well soon!

  • I do think men who wear tortoise shell glasses look cute. First, you can goggle tortoise shell glasses for men and then you will find many sites. Because you many don't know these sites and then you can goggle its reviews and get to know how these sites are. If you want to buy designer tortoise shell glasses, you can go framedirect http://www.framesdirect.com/eyewear-category/tortoise-shell-glasses.html. This site sells designer glasses at cheaper places. However, I think tortoise shell glasses are cool, whether they are branded or not. Therefore, I think you do not have to spend too much money. Good luck and hope you find the one your boyfriend likes.

  • You must wash your hands with soap and water before check your eyes by yourself. You can try to blink your eyes fast, because this can encourage natural tear production. You can flush your eye out with clean water. You can ask somebody to pour the water or solution into your eye with a clean cup. If you cannot remove them out you must seek medical help from your eye doctor. If you experience eye pain and discomfort even after the sand is removed, ask your eye doctor to determine if you have a corneal abrasion which may need treatment.

  • Well, you are not supposed to wear eye makeup in the first week after the surgery, or it will just make your situation more serious. As we know that after the surgery, your eyes will be sensitive and fragile. If you wear eye makeup which contains many chemical objects, it will just infect your eyes easily. And then in some degree, it will just make your eyes become red and itchy. So that can be dangerous. Anyway, just be careful about your eyes.

  • Blink your eyes fast until you get tears to come out of your eyes, then the tears will wash the chalk dust out and you will be ok. Also, you can rinse your eyes with cold water to wash it out promptly. However, you know, the main components of chalk dust are calcium carbonate and calcium oxide, which are liable to dissolve in water and produce alkalinity materials; if the alkalinity materials are too many, they will stimulate the ocular mucous membrane in some serious case, resulting in the damage to the mucous membrane, furthermore leading to chronic inflammation, even the decrease of vision. You should consult an eye doctor as early as possible and ask him to prescribe some antibiotic eye drops for you if you feel worse. Wish you feel better soon.

  • The incidence of retinal detachment is higher in myopic eyes than in emmetropic eyes (3.2% [myopia greater than -6.00 D] vs 0.71%, respectively).1,2 The yearly incidence of retinal detachment is approximately 0.015% in eyes with up to -4.75 D of myopia, 0.07% in eyes with -5.00 to -9.75 D, and 0.075% in eyes with myopia greater than -10.00 D.3,4 The risk of retinal detachment in myopic eyes is anywhere from 15 to 110 times greater in patients with -15.00 D to -20.00 D of myopia. Premature posterior vitreous detachment in patients aged 40 to 60 years with peripheral retinal degenerations and moderate-to-high myopia may be a predisposing factor to more frequent development of retinal disease.

  • No, you can't wear colored contact lenses over the regular contact lenses. The two kinds of contact lenses can not fit well which will affect your vision. What's more, the inner contacts lenses will not get enough water to keep them wet; they will dry out which may hurt your eyes. Your eyes can also be hurt by the lack of oxygen because the coverage makes the lenses so thick to get oxygen. so don't do that, it's dangerous. You can get a pair of prescription colored lenses.