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Dhaliwal H MD

Dhaliwal H MD

(604) 299-3404

Category: Eye Doctor

4218 Hastings St
Burnaby, BC V5C 2J6

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  • No, you can't take the plane right now after you get the laser eye surgery which will be harmful for your eyes. You could wait for its full recovery which may take you about a month. Or else, your sudden increasing eye pressure may affect your recovery of the eyes after the eye surgery. You should have the good rest for the eyes and intake more nutritious food to keep the eyes moisture.

  • Corneal ulcer is the infection of the cornea of the eye. You can use some medicine to cure it, as far as I knoe, triphala may be one of the best cure for the problem. If your corneal ulcer is caused by wearing glasses, you can pay attention to get off your glasses as soon as you get home. Also, you can go to see an ophthalmologist and get checked regularly.

  • The light sensitivity is an eye disease what caused by ultraviolet radiation. It is mainly because corneal epithelium burn from ultraviolet radiation. This symptom always found in those person who always work under the irradiation of strong light. If you eyes get light sensitivity, go to pharmacy buy some eye drop and try not to go out to see strong light within two weeks. If you have to go out, remember wearing sunglasses.

  • Since you have small face, small frame glasses will look good on you. Otherwise the large frame glasses would make your face even smaller. Square or oval frames will fit your round face properly. What's more, to match your brown eyes and hair, you can choose black,brown,blue or gun metal color for your glasses.

  • Diabetes indeed has some effects on eyes, yet I didn't find any clue between diabetes and dark circles under eyes. Diabetes is caused because decreased ability of insulin production or inadequate insulin in body thus glucose can't be transferred to power and builds up in body resulting in high blood sugar. Because of high blood sugar, there are three types of eye complications might be caused, including cataract, glaucoma and retinopathy. Cataract might give you cloudy and foggy vision. Glaucoma can make your eyes watering, which might lead to blindness because the nerve cells would be killed by high pressure in eyes. Retinopathy also will cause blurred vision, and without proper and timely treatment, it will lead to blindness. Usually diabetes won't cause dark circles under eyes. The causes for diabetes include aging, bad sleeping and allergies. Normally diabetes will not directly cause dark circles under eyes. Take a good sleep and see whether it will get better or not. Sleeping is the most important factor in keep skin in a good status. Don't worry too much.

  • Well, in my opinion, smoking can just lead to visual snow. So anyway, you should give up smoking, or it will just make the situation more and more serious. Generally speaking, when you smoke, it will make bilirubin, which is a byproduct of old red blood cells, cannot be filtered by the liver as efficiently. So in this way, visual snow can be possible. And vision snow can be very annoying and dangerous. On the other hand, by smoking, there are also some long term effects. For example, it can lead to lazy eyes, and hearing loss. And also, it can degrade the night vision. Anyway, it can be kind of dangerous.

  • I think your sneeze cannot be related to eye problems. If there has some problems with your eyes, you will be sensitive to sunlight and feel burning in eyes when you see sun. We called it photophobia. However, it is impossible to cause sneeze. Your sneeze may be due to cold or fever.

  • No. Ortho-k lens is not effective for people who have strong prescription. It is only approved for mild to moderate prescription. So if you have strong prescription, you are not a good candidate for Ortho-k lens. You should go for other treatments.

  • The answer to this question, like many others is it depends. It depends where you live what the laws are. I am Canadian, and in all the provinces of Canada except one (BC) it IS illegal to sell glasses and contact lenses online (point to note, it is illegal to sell, not to buy. You can't be fined or arrested for buying, but the stores can be shut down and fined). Glasses and contacts are medical devices, and the selling of medical devices is often controlled by law.
    In summary it likely is legal to buy online, but you should know there are risks involved especially with contact lenses. Regulations are in place to protect you, and many online stores are not regulated. Be responsible and learn who You are buying from and what their standards are. Optometrists are always safe.

  • Oh my god, so sorry to hear that. As a matter of fact, the first and foremost thing you need to know is do NOT rub your eyes no matter how terrible you may feel, because this will give extreme harm to your eyes. Then, you should head directly to an eye hospital where you can receive some professional and reliable treatment, not staying here and doing noting. God bless you.