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Jean Coutu

Jean Coutu

(514) 866-7791

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

974 Sainte-Catherine Rue W
Montreal, QC H3B 1E3

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  • A bit late, but the type of frame you picked can also make your lenses seem thicker. Large glasses tend to have really thick edges, because the bend needs to cotinue.

  • Check out nectar sunglasses as well...or blenders...or DANG shades. They all have the same products at similar pricepoints

  • After you get the cataract surgery, there are many things you should take care of. You should not drink or smoke which will stimulate your eye nerves and cause the side effects on the eyes. You should better eat the light food, with no spicy food. In addition, you should not use the eyes for too much time. You need to have a good rest for the eyes to get recovery at the vision. At the first days after the cataract surgery, you need to close your eyes which will to some degree make you get the recovery. Then you should not use the computer or watch tv for a long time which will make your vision develop at bad situation.

  • I think you must have choose a pair of heavy glasses. Your frame must be heavy or your lenses are of high power and low index. The weight of your glasses would all be put on your nose and makes it much easier for your glasses to rub your nose. You won't feel your glasses are rubbing your nose if it's very light. Besides, maybe you've gotten a pair of glasses with incorrect PD. The PD of your glasses may be too big for you as to make you feel your glasses are loose and would rub your nose frequently.
    To solve this problem, you should check the weight and PD. If it's too heavy, you should quit it. If it's too loose, you should change a tight frame.

  • Actually if just for a few days, it will be no big deal. This will also depend on how stressed or rested your eyes are. But just don't extend it too long. But if you extend for a long time, obviously it will be dangerous to your eyes. As many experts have said, they can make your eyes get dry quicker, burning sensation and up to the point of being foggy or hazy. So the most important thing is to make sure your contacts are not expired. Just clean it in a right way so that it won't be infected easily. Then you should also get adequate sleep as often as you can. By the way, when we say expired, it means outdated, extending its duration but within the expiry date listed is not considered as expired. And if you have used the expired contacts which make you feel painful or so bad, you should go and console a doctor as soon as possible.

  • Well, in my opinion, contact lenses cannot damage your eyes in common. As we know that contact lenses are made of soft plastics. And generally speaking, it will be very comfortable if you take them in your eyes. But on the other hand, if your contact lenses have been scratched by something, it will just be dangerous for your eyes. In that way, it will just scratch your eyeball in some degree. And that can be very dangerous. So you should be careful about it. By the way, keeping your contact lenses being clean is very essential, or it will just cause many problems.

  • Burning eyes have many possible causes. To find the specific reason, you should base on your body. If you look at the computer or TV all the day, It may cause burning eyes. If you are a workaholic and have hardly any time to relax yourself, your eyes may burn. If you stay in a bad environment full of environmental pollutants, it may cause burning eye. All in all, many factors may cause burning eyes. But don't worry, some suggestions are offered to you to treat your constant burning eyes. Firstly, you should keep balanced diet for intake of necessary nutrients, vitamin A, C, E are very necessary for your eyes. Secondly, you can do some eye excises to relieve your eye muscle. Thirdly, relax yourself when you feel you are tired. Besides, you can you can use some anti-fatigue eye drops to treat your constant burning eyes.

  • Since your eyes get blurry after reading in a period of time, it is just a sign to remind you get a rest. From this point, it is normal. Just take off your eyeglasses, and close your eyes for a rest. Or you can look some green plant that can help release tired eyes. It is believed that people shall take a break every hour when they read something so as to keep eye health. If you still get blurry vision after rest,you'd better visit an ophthalmologist.

  • Of course there are. They are toric lens and often come in 30 packs in a box. You can go to the nearby optical store and have a ask.

  • Of course you can. But it is difficult.I would rather buy a new pair of these glasses.