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Lunetterie Milot & Milot

Lunetterie Milot & Milot (3026 Rue Masson
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(514) 374-6882

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor


3026 Rue Masson

Montreal, QC H1Y1X6

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  • No matter what's the color of your hair, contrast and proportion are the guides here. You also take your face shape into consideration. So I think according to your hair color, face shape and skin color, I think the a bold tortoise shell frame is most suitable for you. May be you can go and try them on then decide to whether get is or not.

  • They don't wear sunglasses. We wear mountaineering glasses that are much darker than sunglasses do to less diffusion of the sun and more direct glare off the snow. The same goes for using zinc oxide as compared to standard sunscreen. The higher you go, the less dust in the air, the more direct the sun gets. You can burn on an overcast day on a mountain depending on how high you are. Remember, less dust in the air, less diffusion of sunlight. Same goes for lower altitudes too. Less dust in the air, you get warmer summer temperatures and colder winters as the sun heats more readily during the summer and during the winter heat radiates away from the earth easier because there is less of a barrier to stop it.

  • If you just get swell eyes in the morning, it is probably caused by drinking too much water before you go to bed. Or you may not get good rest last night. Here i know that using cold compress can help reduce swelling eyes. Maybe you can have a try. If you always get swelling eyes, it may caused by inflammation, if so, you'd better consult a doctor for some prescribed medicine to help the eyes.

  • Often hordeolum goes away on its own. You can apply hot compresses over the affected area four or six times a day, ten to fifteen minutes a time to assist the drainage of the pus and contents of the swollen area. You can also use some antibiotics such as eye drops or eye ointment to eliminate the infection. If the hordeolum does not resolve spontaneously on its own, you should get some treatments from your doctor as soon as possible, otherwise, the infection can expand its affected area and lead to other serious situation such as cellulitis if the infection invades the tissue of the eyelid. In your daily life, you should keep your ocular hygiene. Wash your hands often and avoid as much as possible rubbing your eyes with your hands.

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  • No it isn't. We often turn lights off while watching TV, which will make us focus on the TV screen only and then we can see more clearly. I don't think it will harm my vision.

  • Yes, wearing your prescribed reading glasses all day can harm your sight. Besides, wearing any kind of reading glasses all day long will harm our eyesight too. Reading glasses are designed for reading or seeing things in a near distance. But I think nobody will read or see things in a near distance for a whole day. Our eyes will be damaged by doing this. Many senior citizens may need to take a pair of reading glasses with them. I often see them hang their glasses on their neck. When they need to read some materials, they will put on their reading glasses. No one can avoid seeing the distance in the day, however the reading glasses will cause inconvenience in seeing the distance. So I suggest you not to wear reading glasses for all day long.

  • Use a damp microfibre cloth and some t cut slight abrasive car scratch liquid . Work into the frame in circular motions with slight pressue.Buff off excess. May have to do it a few times than final buff and polish. Worked a treat on my 70s Rayban. Dont polish the lenses this way. Good luck

  • Well, from what you said, I can see you are worried about your eyes. Actually, swollen eyelids cannot exactly identify what sort of problem you have, but according to my experience, you might have got stye because that is a primary symptom of stye, and pink eyes show no signs of swollen eyes. Better yet, you might as well try to consult a doctor and take some medical treatment before it is too late. Also, try not to rub your eyes and get some healthy and plain foods before you are recovered.

  • Of course yes, certain types of eye drops would cause that. When you are dropping eyedrops into your eyes, it would pass through your nose and enter your mouth if you drop too much. And it seems that you drink the eye drops, franking speaking, the eye drops are a little bitter. Because of some types of eye drops is made by saline. However, certain tyes of eye drops without saline could cause diarrhea because a chemical contains in the eye drops that is called tetrahydrozoline make that happen. It could irritate the body's system when ingesting. When it counteracts with some medications, particularly blood/heart prescritpions, tetrahydrozoline raises blood pressure as well.