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Lunetterie New Look (1990) Inc

Lunetterie New Look (1990) Inc (1616 Rue Sainte-Catherine West
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(514) 905-0471

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor


1616 Rue Sainte-Catherine West

Montreal, QC H3H1L7

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  • If the lenses are non prescription,things can be much easier. You just need to take the frames to the optical store and ask them to put lenses in it. But if it is prescription lens, your prescription is needed for them to cut the lenses for you.

  • When selecting a pair of glasses, most people know to choose a pair that matches their face shape. Face shape is only the first thing to consider, though. After you've determined your face shape and the style that best suits you, it's time to consider another important factor in selecting a frame: skin tone. If you think that's being too picky, you're underestimating the power of color. Glasses are worn on your face and because of this, matching them to your skin tone is essential for anyone who is serious about fashion. For your situation, you'd better select lighter shades of sunglasses, such as brown and matte black. Do not get stunning green lens because they will make you even darker. So, black rims or gold will match your skin color best.

  • From my point of view, it is worth to buy transition lenses. Transition lenses change from clear to dark when there is ultraviolet light and block 100% of harmful UV rays. And transition lenses are perfect choice for children, anyone with special eye care needs, and those who spend a large quantity of time outdoors.

  • If you take eye exam for eyeglasses, it wouldn't take you much time. I remember that the last i taking eye exam cost less than half an hours. But i also heard that some people it depends. If you want to take an comprehension eye exam, it may takes more time. Anyway, you can try out tomorrow. And if you want to buy eyeglasses, you can take prescription to order it from some reputation online shop.

  • Progressive lenses have different powers on the lenses, but the field of vision is narrow, so it is difficult to find the correct vision field. Some people have to turn their head to look through the correct part of the lens so that they can see things clearly. Therefore people find it difficult getting used to progressive eyeglasses. They often get dizziness, dazzling and even vomiting when they start to wear progressive glasses in the first time.

  • The recovery time may vary a lot depending on different person's body condition.Generally you can feel your vision improved right after the surgery and can use eyes as normal the next day.It takes almost one month to reach a stable level and 3-6 months to recover.

  • Yes, there are several good ways to help you to store your contact lenses. In the first place, you should keep your contacts clean. Go to the stores to buy some cleaners for your lenses and then wash the contacts carefully each tome after you wear them. Secondly, put the contact lenses in a certain case with some amount of drops in it to keep contacts moist. Hope this will be helpful.

  • I think it is very common to have pain in eyes, in shoulders and muscles when migraine occurs. If you mean pain in eyes by sore eyes, then I would say it is quite possible. If you mean conjunctivitis by sore eyes, I don't think it is correct. Because conjunctivitis refering to the conjunctiva infections or allergic reaction, which can't be caused by migraine. Usually patients with migraine woule become very sensitive to light and sound. Brightness and noise would enlarge the suffering. It is recommended for the patients to have rest in dark and quite room. Migraine doesn't attack people in sleeping. So if you can, try to sleep, which can help.

  • Both of them can give 100% UV protection. If you drive a lot, I would suggest you to get polarized lens. They can reduce reflective glare which photochromic does NOT. The photochromic lenses will start to fade in 2 years.

  • It is a common side effect of corneal transplant. So far there is no any measures to treat it. Cornea is a transparent membrane full of nerve ends, this is why cornea is very sensitive. If the cornea is diseased or damaged which would cause vision impairment, thus corneal transplant in entirty or in part is required to restore vision. After this surgery, cornea would be very sensitive, so it is very common to be sensitive to light. You need to protect your eyes during this period to avoid any rejection or corneal scarring. Whenever you need to go outside, you should wear dark sunglasses to protect your sensitive eyes from glare, sunrays, dusts and wind. The better you take care of your eyes, the earlier you can heal up and get rid of this sensitivity. Strong light will cause corneal scarring which might require the second surgery. So my suggestion is that you need to think about good protection of your eyes instead of treatment.