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    1.Optical Express

    Unit U83 The Merry Hill Centre
    Brierley Hill,West Midlands DY5 1SS

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    Optical stores in Brierley Hill offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Brierley Hill 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...
  • 2.Pickford Opticians

    177 High St
    Brierley Hill,West Midlands DY5 3BU

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    177 High St
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    Unit U83 The Merry Hill Centre
    Brierley Hill,West Midlands DY5 1SS

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  • It is not OK for you to accept the lasik surgery since you suffer the blepharitis. Blepharitis is commonly known as black rim of the eye. The blepharitis skin and eyelash root of chronic get the inflammation. It has a tendency to recur. It is often caused by chronic conjunctivitis refractive error, dusty or irritating gas long-term stimulus and weak life. The self-conscious symptom is urticant painful eye. You may have the dry feeling and visual fatigue. In some cases, you may meet the risk of bacterial infection. The blepharitis may appear small ulcers if you don't treat it well. The eyelash may be off palpebral scurfy into the eye which can cause conjunctivitis. You need to take the medical treatment to make you look comfortable at the eyes. After you treat it, you could take the lasik surgery. You should not use your hand to rub eyes. About the towel, handkerchief and basin, you should use alone in order to avoid infection. You'd better treat it carefully and then take the surgery into consideration.

  • Ok, it seems that you are anxious of getting irritated by those pollen in the wild. Anyway, it is true that people's immune systems and physique differ from person to person, and that is why some people are likely to get eye irritation or allergic reactions to pollen, and suffer a lot from it. What I recommend is to improve your immunity by getting more exercise and vitamin pills, and most importantly, try to avoid those places.

  • I suppose it could be a number of things but along with a raised temperature there's a chance he has an eye infection. These are pretty common in babies, particularly if their sinuses have been a bit bunged up. Has he had any mucous in the corner of his eye or along his eyelashes? Could also be that he got a tiny bit of fluff or something in his eye and then just made it sore from rubbing. It's worth going to your GP to get it checked out as eye infections can be cleared up easily with medication but can cause trouble if they aren't treated. In the meantime it's a good idea to use some cooled, boiled water and clean cotton wool to clean the eye. Sweep the dampened cotton gently over his eye from the inner corner outwards. Use a fresh piece of cotton wool for each sweep to avoid putting anything back into his eye. Hope it clears up soon.

  • Yes, the palm oil is good for the eyes and has many benefits for the body health. The human body digests and absorbs the palm oil at the rate of more than 97%. Like all other plant oil, palm oil itself does not contain the cholesterol, which is suitable for the daily use in life. Palm oil richly contains the natural vitamin E and triene tocopherol, carotenoid and linoleic acid which are very beneficial to the health of human body. In addition, the palm oil contains rich carotenoids which can be used as great source of vitamin A to the body. It may make the eyes get moisture and bright the eyes to make them look charming and beautiful. It is really a good nutrition for the eyes and the whole body.

  • You can exercise despite of the stye in your eyes, but not in the gym. You should take the exercise at home to avoid spread Staphylococcal bacteria which are the cause of stye to other people. Your sweat on the equipment can cause stye in other people because there are contagious bacteria in the watery discharge. You can also spread the bacteria by just touching anything after direct contact with the eye with styes. It is not favorable to do exercise outside your home because styes cause sensitivity to light which prevents you from performing well. Your exercise should not be heavy, or it will reduce the resistance of your body to the infection.

  • Yes, it is a temporary symptom of dry eyes after the lasik surgery. It may take you about one week to get release. However, you should protect the eyes carefully. You should eat more food with vitamin C and A. Then you should not watch tv and use computer for a long time. You just have the good rest for the eyes.

  • Pink eye from a virus may last for up to three weeks. But usually many people will get better within a few days. Pink eye from bacterial usually improve quickly with antibiotics. Usually you can see apparent effect after 24- 48 hours. Pink eye from allergies usually get better after 24 hours after removing the allergens or get away from allergens.

  • OK, I regret to tell you that it is true, your assumption that eye makeups could give rise ti infections could be possible. Because as you can see, those makeups are made of chemical stuff and are highly irritative to your eyes. You are likely to get some of those things into your eyes, thus, infections arise. Anyway, try to wear less of those makeups and take care of your eyes. Not only makeups make you look nice and beautiful.

  • Your doctor will tell you whether your mom are suitable for surgery according to the specifical problem. If she doesn't need surgery to treat diabetic retinopathy, she only should pay attention to her health problem to keep blood pressure and diabetes under control.

  • When your eyes are irritated or you are exposed to windy or smoky environment, you will have stinging sensation in your eyes. You can use home remedies to relieve the stinging sensation. You can try warm compresses. Soak a piece of clean and soft cloth in warm water, and then put it on your eyelids. This can be done ten times per time and several times per day. Artificial tears are also helpful. This kind of eye drops is preservatives-free, so it will not damage your eyes. If you have heating or cooling vents in your house or workplace, you should avoid being pointed by the vents directly. When you are outside the house, you should wear sunglasses. It is also necessary for you to see an ophthalmologist who will find out the exact cause and provide medical treatment.