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Astles John Dr Optomtrst

Astles John Dr Optomtrst (999 Hamilton Road
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(519) 451-5111

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor


999 Hamilton Road

London, ON N5W1A4

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  • Playing soccer is a kind of very fierce sports, and if you wear a pair of eyeglasses in the soccer game to improve your vision, you may not play well. This is because you have to hold back your eyeglasses up to your nose bridge from time to time so that you can see clearly, which however will distract your attention and cause much trouble. Besides, because of the fierce degree in soccer where rushing and crashing is quite frequent, the eyeglasses will easily get broken and even hurt your eyes. Therefore, you had better choose wearing a pair of contact lenses to improve your vision in soccer. But you also have to pay attention to some details when you are wearing the contacts in soccer. Make sure your lenses are well set in the right position of your eyes. Wear a head band in case of your sweat flowing into your eyes from your forehead to make your eyes uncomfortable.

  • Although both of the two countries are in Asia, however, there are obvious differences between Chinese eyes and Japanese eyes. In general, one obvious point is Chinese eyes slant up, but Japanese eyes slant down. At the same time, Japanese people almost have single-edged eyelids naturally with longer but smaller set of eyes. On the contrary, Chinese people always have double-edged or potential double-edged eyelids with rounder but bigger set of eyes.

  • Well, it is actually terrible to have fertilizer in your eyes. And as we know that fertilizer is made of various chemical materials, and it also have some irritants in it. If you get fertilizer in your eyes, and do not take some measures to treat your eyes, it will just infect your eyes, leading to some eye problems. For example, it may make your eyes be red, itchy, dry, even burning. So just have some pure water to wash your eyes at the first step. And then, having some eye drops in your eyes is also essential. If your situation is severe, just go and see the eye doctor as soon as possible.

  • The price is fixed according to the brands, materials, designs and so on. That is to say, different rimless eyeglasses with different types may vary a lot in price, ranging from $20 to $200 at common stores. I suggest you to go and buy one at the online store which may save a lot of money for you. At the same time, it offers the same quality for you.

  • Yes, wearing ski goggles is so necessary for you when you go skiing. As we know, if you don't wear anything to protect your eyes from the white snow ground, you may get snow blindness which is a very serious eye problem. That is why you have to wear the goggles with polarized function to protect the eyes.

  • Of course, you should clean your contact lenses cases every day just like cleaning your contact lenses. We are suggested to use hot water to clean the contact lenses cases because the hot water has the function of killing bacterium. However, you can also use the solution to wash the contact lenses cases. Whatever you use from the above two types, you should do it everyday.

  • Normally speaking anemia won't directly lead to eye pain. Anemia is the red blood cell count or hemoglobin is lower than normal standard, which is mainly resulted from tow pathways, decreased production or increased loss of red blood cell or hemoglobin. Common symptoms associated with anemia include fatigue, short of breath, racing heart and pale appearance. Some anemia patients might go through hair loss or even worsening of heart problems. I have anemia myself. I always feel tired and spinning. But it seems that there is no direct connection between anemia and eye pain. There are usually two kinds of eye pain, ocular pain or orbital pain. Ocular pain refers to tissue around eyes, which might be caused by conjunctivitis, styes, corneal abrasion or ulcer, chemical burns or blepharitis. Meanwhile orbital pain is described as dull pain deep in eyes, commonly resulted from glaucoma, migraine, optic neuritis, iritis, or eye trauma. It refers to infection or inflammation or disease of tissue in the eyes, instead of superficial. I am not sure if any above fit your case or not, the best choice is to visit your ophthalmologist for professional support.

  • No, there are basically no side effects on eyes of using erythromycin ointment which could make your inflammation degree release. However, different people have different constitution. Some people may be sensitive to the erythromycin which will cause the eyes get red and not feel comfortable. However, after using the erythromycin ointment for about a week and stop using, you may get the quick recovery soon. It will be OK. Erythromycin ointment is the antibiotic medicine. The antibacterial spectrum is broad which can be usually used for pyogenic skin infection and drug resistance to penicillin staphylococcal infection. It is white or light yellow or yellow ointment in medical treatment which occupies an important position, especially in the surgery, the wound healed, skin fester. It is used significantly and the effect is significant. It is such a good medical thing which many patients may need it.

  • I think you'd better not wear contact lenses. As we know, contact lenses will hurt our cornea. And eyes are sensitive organs, so, we should take good care of it. You can keep doing some eye exercises everyday. Or you can use eye drops to keep your eyes moist. To solve your nearsighted eyes. You can try to wear eyeglasses. Now, there are some stylish eyeglasses frames that will give you both vision aids and good looks.

  • There is scientific research indicating that the depth perception is innate. For things far away from us, we use monocular cues which need one eye. For things close to us, we use monocular cues and binocular cues which need both two eyes. A research shows that two-month-old baby can perceive depth. Before that, the babies cannot do that, for they are unable to use their binocular depth cues which are the key in depth perception. Binocular cues are working in the process of perceiving depth, which means the use of both eyes is required. One cue is used for getting feedback of the distance, and the other is engaged in retinal disparity. The tiny difference in the image seen by each eye provides further information of the depth. So everyone is born with depth perception.