Firmoo > Canada > Quebec > Montreal > Clinique Universitaire de La Vision
Clinique Universitaire de La Vision

Clinique Universitaire de La Vision

(514) 343-6082

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

3744 Rue Jean-Brillant, Bureau 110
Montreal, QC H3T 1P1

Become Recommended Business

Average Rating

0 Reviews

Read reviews

News/Coupons

Read more...

Clinique Universitaire de La Vision Hours

Website:
Accepts Credit Cards:
Supported Language:
By Appointment Only:
Price Range:
0.00 - 0.00
Insurances Accepted:
  • About Clinique Universitaire de La Vision

  • Photo Galley of Clinique Universitaire de La Vision

Jumpto
  • Reviews(0)

  • Firmoo Answers
  • Well, how nice of you to have received a pair of contact lenses from your son. Actually, they will enable you to see things clearly from different distances. However, they are just new stuff that you have never tried before you see? Therefore, it is natural for you to feel uncomfortable at first. Typically speaking, it takes about a couple of days to adjust. Meantime, you should wear less until you feel alright.

  • Amblyopia is known as lazy eyes and is a kind of vision deficiency and common in young child. They usually have bad vision and the vision can't be corrected to normal by wearing glasses. People with myopia can't see things in distance but the vision can be corrected with glasses or contacts.

  • Well, yes, anemia can cause double vision in some degree. So you need to pay more attention to it, or it can be dangerous. First, Anemia is a common blood disorder. And according to some researches, if the body does not produce enough red blood cells, it can occur. For the causes which can lead to it, it includes nutritional deficiency or difficulty processing iron, sudden or chronic blood loss, and some other reasons. Because of it, it can also lead to some other symptoms. By the way, anemia can lead to many eye problems, such as double vision, dark circles, and eye floaters and so on. To treat your double vision, of course, you need just take some foods which are rich in iron so that it can relieve your symptom.

  • Well, it seems that you have little knowledge about cataract surgery and glaucoma as well as their relationship. So, my advice for you, listen carefully please, is to consult a doctor before you do this because sometimes we make false decisions in our lifetime. In a senses, cataract and glaucoma are both quite serious. Hope you get the right treatment. God bless you.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to get itchy eyes because of staying in damp place because there is a lot of bacterium which is invisible in the damp environment. The coming invisible bacterium will cause the itchy eyes which will make you feel not comfortable. You could go to use the eye drops to moisture the eyes. The warm compress is also a good way for you to treat your eyes.

  • You'd better ask your eye doctor who give you eye exam. If you don't want to visit him/her, you can also measure your PD under the help of your friends or families. Here are some tips maybe help for you to measure PD. Step 1:Stand with a friend facing you and place a millimeter ruler on the bridge of your nose. Keep the rule "0" measurement is exactly in line with the center of your left pupil. Hold the ruler straight. Step 2:Let your friend read the measurement between the left pupil and the right pupil while you look straight ahead. Step 3:For measuring a PD with high accuracy, please do it 3 times and take an average number of them as the final PD measurement. For those requiring bifocal or progressive lenses, You'd better get this information directly from your optician.

  • First of all, I need to confirm with you if it is a very strong light? Because staring at strong light surely causes uncomfortable feelings. If it is not, you just feel hurt when you see any light, then I assume that it might be photophobia which is bothering you. Photophobia is not an eye disease but a common symptom of various eye diseases or conditions, for example conjunctivitis, uveitis, cataracts, corneal abrasion and glaucoma etc. It is hard to tell what your problem is. I suggest you to visit an eye specialist for detailed examination. Correct diagnosis will lead to optimal treatment.

  • Yes, it is bad for eyes. More and more people are complaining about their blurred vision and eye pain because of reading on their cell phone. Because the screen of cell phone is smaller than usually book or computer screen, it is easier to get eye strain with looking at it for hours. Using computer for hours will make your eyes red, strained and vision blurred, not to mention the cell phone. Secondly most of us use cell phone anytime at any place. For example, you can find people, looking at the cell phone in his/her hand, walking by you. You might find many people around you reading on cell phones when they are lying in bed, sitting in sofa or eating food at tables. Pro-long working time of eyes and bad gestures could make your eye feel really bad. In the evening, when you are reading on cell phone without light on, it is more harmful to your eyes because the dim light and low screen contrast level. Try not to rely on your cell phone and quit reading on it. Hope your eyes could get better.

  • The doctor may tell you that you can do everything as usual in your daily life after corneal transplant, but I suggest you do not drive during the six month after corneal transplant. Even though you're restored vision after corneal transplant only for several days, which doesn't means that you're completely heal. Any injury of your eyes may cause permanent damage, so, just be careful.

  • You can ask you mum to take your sister to see the health care practitioner. If the gene alteration occurs in the cells of your iris, you color of the eyes will change. If our body is exposed to UV rays for a long time, the melanin production in the iris will increases. Then the color of our eyes may change. To some people, their eye color will change according to light refraction and emotions.