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Iris Optométristes et Opticiens

Iris Optométristes et Opticiens

(514) 695-0990

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375 Boulevard De Comporté
La Malbaie, QC G5A 2Y7

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  • When it refers to goggles, polycarbonate and trivex plastic come in to my mind because they have the feature of impact resistant.

  • First of all, your should have a steady degree of nearsightedness in recent two years. Secondly, if you usually wear eye contact lens, you should stop wearing the soft contacts for at least one week, while if the eye contact lens that you wear are hard eye contact lens you should at least stop wearing the hard contacts for two weekks. Then you go to the hospital to take an overall examination before the lasik surgery, and only if the index of each item meets the criterion, can the lasik surgery be taken on. In addition, on the day before the lasik surgery, you should not stay up late at night, instead, you should keep in a good mood and had better take a hot shower the night before the surgery. Besides, you had better start three to five days before the day of surgery using antibiosis eye drops, two or three times per day. And when it comes to the day of lasik surgery, you are forbidden to wear any makeup or perfume. As well you may try taking a kind of imitative note training and each time you continue for a minute of gazing. As to the eye blinking, there is usually a kind of machine called an eye speculum that help your eyes to be open in case of blinking. Generally speaking, the time for a lasik surgery is very short, usually only for dozens of seconds, you had better not squeeze your eyes too hard during the surgery. The more relaxed you are, the more successful the surgery will be. Therefore, you do not need to worry too much about the problem of eye blinking.

  • Of course you can. Aspheric lenses are thinner than normal prescription lenses. And the stronger your prescription is, the thinner it will be. For your strong prescription, you can wear high index aspheric lenses which are suitable for you.

  • When it comes to glasses over 40 you will want to make sure that you pick glasses that do not age you.
    Avoid

    Boring and outdated frames
    Metal rims
    Frames that droop downward
    Half glasses
    Coke bottle lenses

    Things to keep in mind when choosing your eyewear

    Try to add warmth and softness to your face. Translucent colors are often better than hard metals.
    Add color: one of the easiest ways to add a bit of hipness to your style.
    After 40 you will want things to go up not down, so choose frames that are horizontal and have a slight tilt at the outer edges. You will want to eye to be drawn upward!
    Get glasses that suit your face shape.

  • How to choose sunglasses for kid? 1. When you bought sunglasses. Firstly, choose one with solid lens. The color of lens should be gray .It can make a smaller color difference and better sense of color. 2. The best protective lenses are made of high quality optical glass or plastic, plastic has more impact resistant than glass, but it is easy to be broken. When buying sunglasses, you should check the lens if there are crack, texture, bubble , spot. 3. Frame should be made of rigid plastic or metal, it can give a sense of comfort to ears, nose. Dark frames are better than light ones, because the brightness which is caused by light frame can harm vision.

  • Go to pharmacies to select a pair of reading glasses at a strength you think might be right. Then wear them and hold a book or a magazine in a hand at the distance you usually do. Next, read the words through your reading glasses lenses. If you can see words well with no discomfort, then the strength might be correct for your reading glasses. If you can't see well with that strength of reading glasses, you should choose another pair of stronger or weaker reading glasses to try them on and see what strength of reading glasses are suitable for your eyes.

  • At first, I need to say that peripheral vision is a part of vision. In general, far peripheral vision, mid-peripheral vision and near-peripheral vision exists at the edges of the field of view, in the middle of the field of view and next to the center of gaze respectively. As we know, we get the images of a object by our imaging system. It receives the lights reflecting from the object by receptor cells and then transform them into chemical information. Finally, our brain can receive the image by translating the chemical information. Our receptor cells on the retina are assigned most at the center and lest at the edges. The two main cells, rod cells and cone cells help us to distinguish color and shape. The former is concentrated in the periphery to distinguish shape, while the latter is predominant at the center of the retina to differ color.

  • Contact lenses is really great invention for people with poor vision. With it, they can see the world clear without eyeglasses. They release our eyes and nose from eyeglasses. Wearing contact lenses won't change your appearance. And others can't judge if you are poor vision. Contact lenses provide your vision aids in a "nature" way. But wearing contact lenses is likely hurt your cornea and cause eye infections. So, you shall be careful of wearing contact lenses.

  • In response to Kristy Prince: if you don't wear photochromic lenses or sunglasses, your eyes will have to adjust to the light, causing fatigue. Furthermore, UV radiation from sunlight may cause damage to your eyes. Photochromic lenses are recommended because they adjust for you, reducing fatigue while providing protection and convenience.

  • I just want to say that eyes are not fully grown when you’re born. They are around 16.5mm at birth and are 24mm in adulthood. They grow during the first two years of life and again during puberty.