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Color Contacts Canada Provides All Your Custom Eye Care Requirements

03rd August 2012
So, you're interested in dating beautiful Asian women? Millions of men feel the same. In fact, two out of every five singles in Europe and USA go online to find an Asian partner. Once you have settled on a couple of Asian dating websites to join, the next... Read >
Author: Steven Hutt

Exactly why Buy People Prescription Sunglasses?

06th June 2012
Prescription Sunglasses are increasingly being presented associated with producers along with right into online stores at the rapid fee. Along with, popular people who need to have them are snapping upward these kinds of sunglasses all around the fres... Read >
Author: vullikanti07

Eyesight- Gentle Care for Astigmatism

25th May 2012
Astigmatism is a common eyesight problem which affects persons of any age and seems to worsen as we get older. The condition causes blurry vision and impacts the lives of approximately 30 per cent of the population. Some scientists strongly believe that t... Read >
Author: leftylemon

Bifocal Reading Glasses and Bifocal Safety Glasses - Offering More Versatility To Consumers

24th January 2012
Bifocal reading glasses are reading equipment accessible for men and women who could be coping with near and farsightedness. In contrast to single focal reading glasses, these have two lenses on each glass in each pair. If you have these glasses, you'... Read >
Author: Russo

A Guide To Cosmetic Contact Lenses

10th January 2012
For years, colored contacts have been used by models, actresses, and actors to enhance the color of their eyes or change the color. Today, wearing cosmetic contact lenses such as colored contacts are very fashionable. These contacts have now become a fash... Read >
Author: anoton

THE TRUTH ABOUT EYE EXERCISES

17th November 2011
By Dr. Steven M. Beresford There are two common myths about eye exercises. The first myth is the Bates Method claim that eye exercises can help everybody "throw their glasses away". The second myth is the eye care establishment's claim that eye exercis... Read >
Author: Dr. Steven

An Overview on Acuvue Lenses

28th September 2011
Since their introduction back in 1887, contact lenses have seen numerous makeovers. With incredible advancements in manufacturing technology, contact lenses available today are not only capable of addressing numerous vision disorders such as astigmatism, ... Read >
Author: Maddy

Bifocal Safety Glasses: Eye Protection for Men and women with Vision Difficulties

21st February 2011
For any person needing unique protective eyewear in the workplace, it can be very uncomfortable to wear goggles over corrective glasses or demanding to switch from bifocal lenses to regular safety glasses. Not only do a lot of goggles cause discomfort, bu... Read >
Author: jareldrylo

Keratoconus – What to do when you are diagnosed

05th January 2011
Keratoconus can start in teenagers, young adults and people who regularly 'rub' their eyes. Specialist diagnostic equipment like a corneal topographer (an instrument that measures corneal shape and contour) not normally found in your local or high street ... Read >
Author: John D Andrews

Advantages and Disadvantages of Lasik Eye Surgery

29th December 2010
For people who are having vision problems, the advancements in technology is truly a blessing for most of them. The development of Lasik eye surgery has indeed helped about ninety five percent of people who are having vision problems like astigmatism, nea... Read >
Author: clydebrandon

Benefits of using glasses

12th July 2010
The great benefit of wearing glasses is that they help in regaining one's vision. Vision problems such as far-sightedness, near-sightedness, or astigmatism are eased by wearing glasses. Not only that, the rising concern of the harmful effects of UV rays m... Read >
Author: PetarGenchev

5 Common Eye Disorders Involving Tight And Tense Eye Muscles

05th July 2010
For many common eye disorders, tight and tense eye muscles can be an issue that underlies them all. This eye tension needs to be addressed to help resolve these eye disorders. Although eye tension is a common denominator in these eye problems, it can affe... Read >
Author: Carol Murphy

Cataract Surgery: A Step By Step Explanation Cataract Removal

29th June 2010
What is a cataract? A cataract is a general clouding that develops in the midsections of the crystalline lenses of the eyeballs. Cataracts can vary is severity from quite mild to causing complete opaqueness. Light rays are obstructed from entering the ... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

Eye Whitening with I-BRITEâ„¢ Eye Whitening Procedure: Make Your Eyes Bright White Again!

29th June 2010
What is conjunctiva anyway? The white regions of human eyes are called sclera. Sclera is covered by a thin, transparent mucus membrane known as the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva actually lines the inside of the eyelids and also reaches out to cover the ... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

You Can Wear Contact Lenses Even You Have Dry Eyes

03rd June 2010
The eye depends on the flow of tears, a combination of water, oils, mucus, and antibodies and special proteins, to provide constant moisture and lubrication to maintain vision and comfort. When tears do not adequately lubricate the eye, a person may exper... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson
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