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Jean Coutu

Jean Coutu

(514) 522-3055

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

2700 Masson Rue
Montreal, QC H1Y 1W5

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  • The glare is caused by reflections from the uncoated lens surface. By applying an anti-reflective coating (multicoat) to the surface of the lens we can reduce the reflections caused by flare from headlights and street lights. Objects will appear clearer and night vision will improve.An anti-reflective coating also benefits those who use the computer and are in artificial lights due to the reduced reflections off the lens surface. Making your vision clearer and more comfortable.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to cause puffy eyes because of anemia. When you get the anemia, your immune system in the whole body will be declined. You will find that your eyes get the effect too. The puffy eyes may be caused by the lack of good blood circulation because of the anemia. You should intake some food with vitamin C and have a good rest for the eyes.

  • No, it is not true. Apple pectin can't help diminish or eliminate any eye floaters. Eye floaters refer to the grey or black spots moving in the vision, especially when looking at, like blue sky or blackboard. In some cases, the floaters appear periodically, while in some cases these floaters tend to linger all the time. It is caused by vitreous clump formed for vitreous shrinking as aging. Another possibility is that as the vitreous in eyes shrink, it pulls away from retina and tear the tissue. In most cases, doctor would not recommend any treatment but teach patients to ignore these floaters. If it comes to severe stage, doctor would recommend vitrectomy, which is a surgery to replace vitreous with saline water. Pectin is a kind of solube fiber found in cells of apples or other fruits or plants. It works in weight loss and intestinal function, but it can't help with eye floaters.

  • My experience. One day after surgery is a check up. One week after surgery is second check up. Three weeks after the second check up, or exactly one month after the surgury is the date they will write you a new perscription for new glasses. It takes time for the eyes to adjust, I know mine did. Sometomes they are willing to do this in three weeks instead of 4. This is up to the individual Dr. My cloudiness was gone, but vision still a little blurred but I hava a stigmatism. If you paid for the premium lenses, ( I didn't ) you might have totally perfect vision. Insurance don't cover premium lenses for cataract surgery. That could be several thousand out of pocket.

  • Thanks for your suggestion. We are trying our best to make progresses in order to satisfy our valued customers. So far, we offer cycling and basketball prescription goggles and we will think about selling scuba diving prescription goggles in the near further. We hope more customers will get the eyewear they like at Firmoo.

  • Botox is only working on the Facial muscles, but not for fat. The contains material of Bags under eyes mostly is fat, if you inject botox, it may not make the bags under eyes disappear, even will cause it become bigger than before.

  • Hey dude, different glasses suit different people fine. So I think there is no best frames, only most suitable frames. Maybe you can use Firmoo's Virtual Try-on System to help you pick a most suitable frame for your girl.
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  • Your sunglass was bought just several months ago, so there is no problem that you can make it look new again if you take good care of them. In the first place, you should avoid putting it in your bag randomly, for it may be scratched. The sunglass should be put in its own case with a piece of cloth around it. Then, you should attach great importance to its cleaning. You can choose some certain kind of cleaner that suits your sunglass and clean it once a week. At last, you’d better be more careful when using it. Try not to break them carelessly or touch the lens with your fingers.

  • Oh, I am sorry to hear that you are addicted to such kind of things. Personally speakng, being obssessed with them is greatly harmful to your health, including your eyes, since eyes are part of your body right? So of course it would do bad to your eyes, making them red and etc. Sometimes the symptoms could be much more frightening. So my advice for you is to give it up and find some substitutes for it. Really bad though.

  • You may have heard that diabetes causes eye problems and may lead to blindness. People with diabetes do have a higher risk of blindness than people without diabetes. But most people who have diabetes have nothing more than minor eye disorders.