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Minima

Minima (614 Avenue Champagneur
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(514) 490-0404

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor


614 Avenue Champagneur

Outremont, QC H2V3P6

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  • Firstly, you need to make sure that you have washed your hands before moving your contact lenses. Secondly, make sure that you follow the right steps to moving your contacts. To remove soft contact lenses, look upward or sideways while you pull down on your lower eyelid. With a finger, gently maneuver the lens onto the white of your eye. There, you can very gently pinch the lens together with your index finger and thumb and lift it off the eye.

  • No, double vision can be caused by corneal problems, lens problems, muscle problems, nerve problems, and brain problems. It is true that menopausal women have greater chance of getting double vision, but that is not the cause of double vision. This is often associated with aging problem or illness like cataract,or macular degeneration.

  • You'd better go to your eye doctor to have an eye exam to see whether you need glasses for distance and reading. Maybe you only have to wear reading glasses. If you do need glasses for both distance and reading, then bifocal glasses is a good choice.

  • After laser eye surgery, you should protect the eyes strictly against UV light on the way home. It is necessary to wear sunglasses. Get adequate eye rest during the follow-up days and avoid overusing your eyes. When you take shower or wash your hair, keep the water and any soap out of your eyes to prevent any damage or harm to them.

  • As we know, drinking can lead to all sorts of problems like memory loss, or unacceptable behaviour etc. In fact, long term, alcohol effects are very serious indeed. It may cause lead to problems with high blood pressure, can cause serious heart disease, liver problems etc. As for eyes, long term alcohol will make the blood vessels in your eyes break, leading to bloodshot eyes. Besides, long term alcohol lead liver problems that make the whites of the eyes can also take on a yellowish color too.

  • Your sister is right. We should have one or more servings of fish per week. If we do that, we are less likely to develop macular degeneration related to age than those who have less. We can benefit from eating dark-meat fish such as think sardines, salmon, swordfish, bluefish and mackerel. Canned tuna is also a good choice.

  • Well, looks like that the situation is really bad. Anyway, from what I know, sperms are generally not infectious, which means that they are ok with your eyes, but you should try to flush your eyes with some normal saline to avoid some irritative feelings. And try not to let that happen again. Just take it easy and get some eye drops to deal with the subsequent reactions.

  • It should depend on how strong your prescription is and how you feel when not wearing glasses. If you are slightly nearsighted and can see fine without glasses, you don't need to wear them all the time and only need wear them for extreme concentration.

  • That depends. As far as I am concerned, you would better to get a pair of glasses that are of good quality, because children's eyes need more careful protection. The price is really what matters. You may get free glasses in some online stores such as Firmoo and coast.com. They offer free glasses for new customers. Glasses for toddler as well as teenage kids are available at cheap prices in Cheapglasses123.com. Try: https://www.cheapglasses123.com/kids-glasses/ Make sure to choose a right fame that fit your baby most and if your children are quite active, consider getting an eyeglass chain to sit around your child's neck. At last, it is really important to ensure that your child can move around naturally and perform simple tasks without the glasses falling off their face.

  • Yes. An contact exam is different from that of glasses exam. Apart from the regular eye exam, during an contact exam, the doctor will use a kerameter to measure the surface and curvature of your eyeball. The doctor will also ask some questions about your lifestyle and preferences so that he can determine which type of contact lenses will suit you best.