No, because it does not provide the specifications for lens diameter, thickness and base curve. A new prescription must be carefully fitted by an eye care specialist to avoid serious adverse reactions.
A successful cornea transplant requires meticulous care and attention on the part of both patient and doctor. Patients must adhere to their medication schedule and avoid any injury to the eye.
Mmmm. Maybe and maybe not. You should call us and we will let you know what to do.
Of course! A warm compress is like a warm fuzzy. The eyelid loves warm compresses. You can start your morning with a warm compress and you can end your day with a warm compress. They’re so easy…just take a warm washcloth, apply it to your eyes, kick back and relax.
Not at all. Enjoy!
You don’t have to stop wearing your contacts prior to your eye examination.
Absolutely! We want you to be feeling your very best when you come in for your eye exam.
Unfortunately, your vision will be blurry for most of the day, but don’t worry; you’re back to normal the next day.