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    1.R.C Cunning B.S.C (Hons)

    60 John St
    Penicuik,Midlothian EH26 8NE

    R.C Cunning B.S.C (Hons) is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

    Optical stores in Penicuik offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Penicuik 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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  • No, birds will not cause pink eyes which are contagious between persons. Once you get touched with the person with pink eyes by the thing, you may have high possibility to have the pink eyes. It is such a terrible thing. The pink eyes will make you feel uncomfortable and painful at the eyes. You need to keep the good hygiene to avoid the pink eyes. Once you get it, you need to use the eye drops with anti-inflammation to moisture the eyes. At the same time, you need to use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable and moisture. The warm compress is regarded as the good home remedy to protect the eyes.

  • It takes about 5 to 10 minutes to fully adapt from bright lights inside to complete darkness outside. Human vision has the incredible range of light, thus we can see in very birght sunlight, and we can also see in nearly total darness. The reason why we can see from bright lights to dark lights totally depend on two cells of eyes. The first one is called rod cells that is located in the retina, which can preceive black and white images and work best in low light. The other one is rhodopsin that is a chemical found in the rods and is the key to night vision. Due to it can absorb photons and preceive light.

  • From the child's point of view, the adjustment to wearing glasses can also be difficult. Glasses may feel uncomfortable or heavy at first, especially for those kids with aphakia (eyes without lenses due to cataract surgery). They may also be inconvenient. For example, where do you store the glasses when not wearing them so you do not lose or sit on them. For the older child, it may be hard to figure out how or when to use them for sports, such as swimming and other activities.

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  • I am not 100% certain, but this is what I think As you probably know with Graves' disease, the muscles that control the eyeglobe are affected and a lot of times can cause restriction of the muscles within the eye socket, and at times causing the eye to protrude. I don't know at what stage of Graves' you have. I think that when you blew your nose, you may have produced a pressure to go up toward the globe and caused some compression on the muscle (that connects to the eyeball), thus creating this stars (phosphenes). I don't think there is anything dangerous about that. However, if this happens whether you blow your nose or not, it may be best to see an ophthalmologist to rule out anything within the eye. Just curious, do you remember in what area these stars appeared when that happened?As for the red eye you suffer, unfortunately it is a very common symptom of Graves. Be sure you have artificial tears handy during the day or ointment for night time. Severe dry eye can increase your risk for conjunctivitis. Keep your sunglasses on while you are out and about (if you don't wear glasses already). It is best to manage this with an optometrist or ophthalmologist so that your daily life is not affected.Hope you get all sorted out soon. Take care.

  • After the corneal transplant, your eyes will be bind by the cloth for one day to avoid the light. The corneal transplantation is the normal corneal replacement of existing lesions in patients with cornea. With eye surgery or the control of corneal disease, it can improve visual acuity or treat some corneal disease. The eye treatment can be used among some patients with severe visual loss and even blindness of corneal disease. The corneal transplant becomes more and more safe and effective in the medical circle now. After the corneal transplant, you'd better not drink or smoke which will stimulate your weak eyes skin. You should control the time of using your eyes in front of the computers. And you should keep notice of your diet.

  • In my personal idea, the most important thing you need to do is to calm down and keep a cool head,You know,good mood is very useful to handle problems.After that, concrete measures are adopted to settle it.Firstly, wash thoroughly with warm water and apply a gauze patch.Then your eyes will open without further action within several days.Secondly,you need to see a doctor for getting medical help as soon as possible.Just do as the doctor say and continue to have a good mood.In this way,your eyes will naturally open some days later.It is a scientific phenomenon.So trust it.From the facts mentioned above,you will experience some dark days.Therefore,during this time, you'd better have someone to give consideration to you and you will recover quickly.By the way,remember to adopt preventive measures to protect yourself.

  • Sunglasses are always with tinted lenses while reading glasses are with transparent lenses. Sunglasses are usually used outdoors and reading glasses are usually used indoors.

  • This is really painful when some sands go into eyes, you should not touch your eyes with your dirty hands because our eyes are very fragile. You can close your eyes for several minutes if it is not so serious , and try to roll your eye balls during this time to make the sands out. You can also wash your eyes with some clean water quickly, meanwhile wipe your eyes with a clean towel softly.. You may feel better after doing this. If you feel very terrible when the sands go into your eyes, you should go to the hospital and ask help from the doctors as soon as possible, we should pay take good care of our eyes for it is the window of our soul.