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Cook Greg K Dr Optometrist

Cook Greg K Dr Optometrist (London, ON N6B)

(519) 649-7415

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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.

  • What the doctor do is the same as a regular glasses exam. They will let you read letters from far away and ask you which one is clearer. They also look into your eyes with a device to get the exact prescription for your contact lenses. It does takes some time for you to get used to contacts. You may find hard to put the lenses in at first but you'll get used to it some time later.

  • You can have healthy foods which rich in Vitamin C , Vitamin A, Beta Carotene, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B2, which can help you keep your eyes healthy. Or you can take these supplements, too. However, you'd better check with your doctor.

  • If you have slight prescription (lower than -2.00) and don't glasses for reading, it's better that you don't wear your glasses whilst reading or working up close for LONG periods. If you wear your distance glasses for reading, you will need to use your eye's accommodative power more than your eyes. Some people think this can lead to increased nearsightedness.

  • In my opinion, GP contact lenses are the best sports contact lenses. First of all, GP contact lenses let more oxygen reach the eyes, so they can make your eyes more comfortable and healthier. Next, Gp contact lenses won't make your eyes dry out because they don't draw moisture from the tear film. Therefore GP contact lenses are comfortable to wear for sports players. Finally, GP contact will provide clear vision for players so that they can focus on the ball clearly.

  • Well, yes, it is kind of necessary to put gel on the newborn baby. And in common, that can be good for their eyes. Generally speaking, tetracycline is considered as the least irritating to a sensitive newborn's eyes, for newborn baby's eyes can be very sensitive. And by doing that, it's intended to protect the baby's eyes from being infected by syphilis, gonorrhea, or chlamydia. Also, you need to know that when this infects a baby's eye during delivery, it can cause pink eye, which can just make a baby's little peepers very sore and painful. What is serious is that it can even cause blindness. So putting gel on the eyes can be needed.

  • There are many causes, including dry eyes, that can cause the double image. If you have ever been told you have astigmatism, that can cause the slight %u2018ghost' image if it is not currently corrected. Strabismus, the misalignment of the eyes, also causes double vision. My retinal specialists have had patients with membranes on their retinas sometimes say they see a ghost image.

    The best way to find out what part of the eye is causing your ghost image is to see your eye doctor.

  • What ? you can't be serious. Are you sure you have shared mascara with someone who has got stye in the eye? Well,as a matter of fact, by doing this, you are very likely to suffer stye because stye is an infectious disease, which is quite serious. The point is that the bacteria will be on the mascara, and it would be transmitted to your eyes. So, what I recommend is trying to get some immediate exam and take some effective measures before it goes worse.

  • Well, it is not normal. However, it does not mean that you are not suitable to wear contact lenses. There are many ways that can cause your itchy eyes. For instance, the contact lenses store expired out date. And you may buy poor quality contact lenses. Also, you may get pink eye or cold before you wear them. All these are possible to cause eye infection and take bacteria into eyes.

  • Probably a pair of bifocal glasses with the upper part for computer use, lower part for reading can meet your demands.First, your recent RX is needed. (make sure your SPH power, near PD/ far PD, ADDare all included). Second, choose the frame that can be made into bifocals/progressives. (usually the frame height is greater than that of single vision lenses). Third, state clear or choose the right usage of your glasses( bifocals for both reading and computer use).