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  • Lunetterie New Look, Place Versailles

    Lunetterie New Look, Place Versailles is 1-star1 Reviews

    Very bad service, had to wait 45mn to see the optician. In addition, they won't give me my PD which by law is required they give you everything in your file

  • Greiche & Scaff Optometristes, Place Bourassa

    Greiche & Scaff Optometristes, Place Bourassa is 1-star1 Reviews

    Really bad service, for sure i never go back there.

  • Henri Cohen Opticien

    Henri Cohen Opticien is 1-star2 Reviews

    The worst shop I have been

  • Halles D'anjou, Optique Multivision

    Halles D'anjou, Optique Multivision is 1-star1 Reviews

    worst glasses shop everrrrr never go there!!!

  • Lunetterie Lenscrafters, Montreal Trust

    Lunetterie Lenscrafters, Montreal Trust is 1-star1 Reviews

    Condescending. This must be the first store I ever walk in where they won't adjust your glasses, not even for a fee. In any other store they do it for free, so if you want my advice go to Optique

  • Albert Azoulay Opticien

    Albert Azoulay Opticien is 3-star2 Reviews

    I just had my eyes examined and made glasses at Azoulay optician on Park ave. gotta say i've been wearing glasses all my life and never got such good service. Plus the price was right. Thank you.

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  • That's a very good question.Firstly, you gotta be aware that Olympic swimmers are often well funded and they can just pay to get goggles especially designed for them to use. However, there is no need to make different goggles . Normal goggles are good enough to serve them. Maybe the only difference lies in the materials.

  • The redness is usually the first sign of pink eye. Most people find they have pink eye by seeing the redness in their eyes. If you don't know how to tell if you are having pink eye,here are some information. Eye redness (hyperemia). Swollen, red eyelids. More tearing than usual. Feeling as if something is in the eye (foreign-body sensation or keratoconjunctivitis). An itching or burning feeling. Mild sensitivity to light (photophobia). Drainage from the eye.

  • I think glasses are considered stylish now, and yes, even sexy! It depends on the woman, and the glasses, I guess, as to what message is sent. I do like women with glasses, especially my wife when she wears her glasses.

  • I know that by getting some blepharoplasty surgery, you would have a pair of beautiful eyes. But since that surgery is dangerous, there would definitely generate some side effects, such as your itchy eyes, or some infections, red eyes, etc. Therefore, you have to be prepared for any bad situations. I recommend that you follow the instructions of the doctor and pay attention to your eye health. Try not to use medicines without the doctor's help.

  • Eat healthy foods which contain much vision-beneficial substances, e.g. vitamin A, vitamin D, lutein and zeaxanthin etc. Fruits and vegetables are widely recommended. Moreover, many eye care practitioners suggest that doing eye exercises every day is helpful in preventing visual refractive errors. Some others even believe their effectiveness on vision improvement.


  • I don't know what kinds of contacts you are using ,daily ,weekly ,or monthly ? If they are monthly , which means that they should only be worn for one month ,It's dangerous to wear them for longer than their scheduled date and that's the reason you're getting tearing at the edges! Also you should not wear them for more than 8 hours a day ! Make sure you ask your optician for how long your lenses can be worn, and follow the prescribed time . Don't risk the health of your eyes!!

  • I can see that you are really into full eye blue contact lenses. Personally speaking, I find them gorgerous, attractive and sensible. However, the risk of wearing contacts is not to be underestimated. Now that you want to buy, then my advice for you is to visit some large eyewear centers or shopping malls, where a lot of eyewear sellers gather round.They have got anything I could ever imagine on sale, such as Walmart, a good option.

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  • You can apply a gracile layer of vaseline over your eyelid after you clean the affected part. You can clean the affected area with 3% boric acid solution or warm water with a little salt or soda. Use a neat and tidy absorbent cotton soaked with the solution to wash the infected part from the inner part to the outer part, bear in mind not to wash to and fro in case of damage to eyes. Vaseline has the function of preventing the affected area from contacting the germ in the air, hence reducing the possibility of infection.