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Hebert Pierre Optic

Hebert Pierre Optic (3866 Rue Wellington
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(514) 761-4322

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor


3866 Rue Wellington

Verdun, QC H4G1V2

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  • The easiest way is to have periodic eye exams. Your eye doctor can tell you the vision problems timely and directly. If you are under 50 years old and healthy, you can have this exam every 2-3 years. If you are over 50 years old and have health risk factors you must have the exam every year. You should also follow a healthy lifestyle. If you are a heavy smoker, try to quit smoking. I know it is hard while this is good for your health. And you need to avoid hazards such as fireworks.

  • Firstly, you should do an optometry in hospital or eyeglasses store to determine your power and the pupil distance. Then you can choose your favorite sunglasses online. I recommend you to go a professional and regular online store. Except the good quality sunglasses, you can get much more after sale services in such stores. You can compare the same sunglasses in different online stores for best price. In addition, I recommend you to buy some famous brand sunglasses rather than no fame sunglasses with only low price. A good pair of sunglasses can really protect your eyes.

  • I disagree with walgreensunder, I personally have gotten eye floaters after dehydration and after drinking about half a cup of water I they disappear. I realized this when I went to the optomatrist and told him about the 3 eye floaters in my eye. He told me how they were caused and to relax my eyes. I didn't know what to do after that. They wouldn't go away. 2 days later a weird rainbow projection came into my eye, and I didn't know what that was, but I knew it wasn't good. So I thought of things I haven't done in a while, and one of them was drink water because I forgot to buy month. After drinking water they all vanished. This hasn't only happened once. Every time I don't drink water for 2 days an eye floater will pop into my eye. I ended up finding this thread because I wanted to see if people knew about it, or was I the only one. So I have had experience with this, and I can confirm that dehydration does cause eye floaters.

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  • Infections, allergens and trauma can cause red and itchy eyes. If you get an infection, you'd better see an eye doctor immediately for some kind of infections can be highly contagious. If you are just suffering from allergens, you can avoid the allergens to relieve the symptom without any special treatment. If your red and itchy eyes were caused by trauma, you need to see an eye doctor for professional treatment.

  • I guess it is not a big problem according to what you described . It won't cost much .But if it designer it will still cost a bit more to fix than a normal pair over all. As I estimate , it might cost $20-$30 . Take it back to the place where you bought it and they may charge less .

  • It depends on the prescription. If it is your first pair of bifocals, you should be able to wear a progressive with no trouble. See an ophthalmologist for a second opinion about the high eye pressure and ask them about progressives as well.