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Roch Caroline Dr Optometriste

Roch Caroline Dr Optometriste (30 Montee Robert
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(450) 441-4400

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor


30 Montee Robert

Saint Basile Le Grand, QC J3N1L7

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  • My mother just had a glaucoma surgery.The signs for her are can't see things clearly suddenly, always feel sick and have a pain in the headache.

  • 49. We all know that itchy eyes are often a symptom of allergies, or allergic conjunctivitis. When you get itchy eyes, no any rubbing on your eyes or you may more and more histamines which results in worse symptoms. Also, the surface of your eye can be damaged, scratched or cause other trauma to worsen your condition. In addition, you also should take effect ways to heal them. Milk is the best home remedy to cure them. Because milk contains abundant vitamins, minerals, and fiber, especially milk offers higher antioxidants, which is good for skin and protecting wrinkles. Plus, you also can purchase Claritin, which is one of eye drops with antihistamines and decongestants in them. They help with reducing pain and itchy. Going to see a doctor for relief of itchy eyes, try using Allegra or Zyrtec that has a great effect on red eyes, puffy eyes and itchy eyes. Good luck and good rest.

  • Yes, it can. First of all, an allergy is an abnormal reflection of human organs to certain medicine or foreign stimulations. In general, it means that some organs of your people are highly sensitive to some substance so that these organs will generate abnormal stress response to resist. As allergic could happen to any organs, eyes could also suffer food allergies too. The most typical allergic reaction of eyes is allergic conjunctivitis. The symptom is itchy eyes in most cases. Allergy is not curable. It can be prevented and treated. Use anti-allergic eye-drops before allergy happens. Use resolution of 3% boric acid to wash your eyes when it itches. The most effective method is keeping you away from allergens.

  • It seems that the shapes of both your ears are not identical to each other. So, you gotta find some ways to fix this problem and make you look better. My advice here for you is to find some big framed glasses, such as black round glasses. In the mean time, you should do something about your hair style, which could have a significant stake in your looks. Maybe straight bond could cover your ears. Hope you get rid of your trouble.

  • Yes, sweet potatoes are good for eyes. Because sweet potatoes are also rich in vitamin A, beta carotene, potassium and fiber, just like carrots. And these nutrients are beneficial to your eyes. Besides, the Dark leafy green vegetables contain lutein and xeaxanthin, pigments that protect the eyes from harmful blue light which can lead to macular degeneration. They also contain beta-carotene, vitamins C and E, zinc and fiber, which are all necessary for good eye health. So in daily life, you should pay more attention to these foods, so that they can protect your eyes.

  • Yearly disposable contacts are safe to wear if you pay much attention to the cleaness.

  • You can't really. At least not in any meaningful way, that is, in a way that will make them last. I work in optical retail and get that question asked twice a day. Glue will not hold and might damage the lenses. Some stores might offer to repair them using a stapler type clip, but again, it doesn't last. Time for new glasses.

  • Yes, heterochromia can be hereditary. There are many possible causes for heterochromia including heredity, genetic mosaicism, chimerism, disease, or injury. In the case of injury and diseases, it can be cured and won't be passed to children. However, when it turns out to be related genetic defects, there is a chance for the descendants to have heterochromia.

  • As we all know that boxing is a kind of combat spot in which two people are punching at each other. It is easy for one people to be punched. So boxers are more prone to having retinal detachments. Head trauma can shake the retina loose and cause it to tear.

  • As long as you have your eyes checked regularly, there is no need to worry about it. If there is something wrong with your eyes, the doctor will take measures to treat it. So don't worry.