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A Cute Image From The Colored Contacts For Astigmatism by Merrilee Fullerton Medical Doctor Posted Tue 17 Apr 2012 10:09pm If you are cute but not sure of your eyes image, the best option is to go for colored contacts for astigmatism. The search for beauty should not drag you into putting on shades. The best solution lies with the contact lenses. Purchase the colored contacts for astigmatism that come at an affordable price and high quality. The lenses will c ... Read on »
Toric Design Offers Hope for Astigmatism and Presbyopia Patients by chelsea.hasbrouck Posted Sun 23 Dec 2012 10:02am     When you suffer from astigmatism, presbyopia, or another condition that makes wearing contact lenses painful, then you may filter through any news announcements concerning them. With that in mind, this article addresses the revolution that is toric lenses: special, altered lenses that are comfortable for those with special conditions. ... Read on »
Is LASIK for Astigmatism Safe after Cataract Surgery? by drhiss123 Posted Sat 28 May 2011 7:45am   Cataract surgery is a well known and popular procedure for older patients who suffer from vision loss after cataracts. Those familiar with LASIK surgery know that it is possible to have cataracts after LASIK. What some don’t know is if LASIK is possible aftercataract surgery Las Vegaseye doctors say that it is possible. LASIK af ... Read on »
Astigmatism More Common in Hispanic Preschoolers by Medline Plus Posted Tue 12 Oct 2010 8:21am Tuesday, October 12, 2010    By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young Hispanic children may be more likely to have the vision defect astigmatism than their African-American peers, a new study finds. Astigmatism refers to a distortion i ... Read on »
Color Associates: MapleStory mesos One of the most well-liked contacts will be shade contact lenses as they possibly can improve by karahangold Posted Fri 31 May 2013 6:34am   Color Associates:MapleStory mesosOne of the most well-liked contacts will be shade contact lenses as they possibly can improve a person's personal manner fashion. Fortunately they are designed for repairing perspective. Consumers can adjust along with with the eye once they wear them. They are available in numerous shades and colors. They are ... Read on »
Class I Medical Device Recall: CooperVision AVAIRA Toric Soft Contact Lenses by Health & Human Services Posted Fri 14 Oct 2011 12:00am Recall Class: Class I Date Recall Initiated: August 19, 2011 Product(s): AVAIRA Toric (enfilcon A) TORIC soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses, 6 Soft Contact Lenses for Astigmatism Go to the CooperVision recall web page at , and enter the package lot number to determine whether the lenses ... Read on »
Custom Color Contact Lenses - The Pros And Cons by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:32am 1 Comment by Mike Rigby There are only two types of custom color contact lenses on the market today. Those that are prosthetic which are mainly used to hide injuries or defects to the eyes or the special effects kind that are used mostly in the movies and theatre industries. In this article, we will try to explain in greater detail what custom color con ... Read on »
Glasses Or Contacts – The Age Old Debate by Dr. Lynn Dorman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 03 May 2010 9:48pm This is my personal experience with both contacts and glasses – I’ll start with the pros and cons of each as I see them. Glasses Pros easy to put on easy to clean easier upkeep Cons annoying result nose dents over the years may need to switch between sets of glasses may need sunglasses ... Read on »
About Contact Lenses by Gwen G. Registered Nurse Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm As most of us know, contact lenses are the best alternative to glasses. They are small, plastic shaped discs that are made to correct eyesight problems like nearsightedness, astigmatism, farsightedness, and other problems. Contact lenses are also used by those who have had cataract surgery, as they can help the eyes to heal a bit faster. Conta ... Read on »
Health Tips for July 1 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:22pm Health Tip: Wear Eye Protection Eye injuries can occur when you're playing sports, working with tools or chemicals, or even in the kitchen. The U.S. National Safety Council says you should always wear eye protection when you are: * Working with or around any type of chemical. * Using tools to make repairs around the home. * Pl ... Read on »