Frequent question: Can you sue if LASIK goes wrong?

Most injuries following Lasik aren’t due to the surgery itself. In fact, they’re generally because of negligence by the surgeon and/or the facility. While this should never occur, courts do see Lasik lawsuits. Surgeons have been found to breach the standard of care while treating a patient. Can you sue for bad LASIK? According to …

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Can you claim sunglasses as a business expense?

Generally speaking, if you wear your glasses or contacts at all outside of the work environment, they are technically considered dual purpose and you cannot claim the cost as an exclusive business expense. Can you write off sunglasses as a business expense? Can I deduct this as a business expense? Your eye-glasses are going to …

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Your question: What is an elective contact lens?

Contact lenses are considered elective when the user’s vision correction could be treated with eyeglasses, but instead they select the convenience of contact lenses. In most cases, vision insurance will only cover one or the other (eyeglasses OR contact lenses) during a benefit period. What is the difference between necessary and elective contact lenses? Non-elective …

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Your question: Are sunglasses good for migraine?

“It shows that although wearing sunglasses could help those with migraine to reduce visual stress, wearing individually prescribed POTs [precision ophthalmic tints] may further reduce the visual stress significantly in comparison to that with wearing the sunglasses,” Huang says. Do sunglasses cause migraines? Some people believe polarized lenses cause headaches or migraines. While there have …

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Do people with blue eyes have good night vision?

Blue eyes have less melanin compared to brown, but both colors are relatively common throughout the world. … People with blue eyes tend to have greater light sensitivity. Night vision is often better among people with blue eyes. Do people with blue eyes have an advantage? There’s also the idea that blue eyes were advantageous …

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Quick Answer: Are antihistamine eye drops bad for you?

Many people using this medication do not have serious side effects. Tell your doctor right away if any of these unlikely but serious side effects occur: dry eyes, eye pain, increased redness/swelling of the eye, vision problems. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare. Is it safe to use antihistamine eye drops? …

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Are transitions Gen 8 lenses polarized?

Transitions Signature Gen 8 – the newest generation of Transitions photochromic lenses –are now available in seven style colours. … They are the world’s only clear-to-extra-dark photochromic polarized lenses. Do transition lenses come polarized? While Transitions ® Signature ® and Transitions ® XTRActive ® lenses are not polarized, Transitions Vantage lenses do offer variable polarization. …

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What happens if you wear a higher prescription glasses?

Is it harmful to wear higher power glasses? This doesn’t cause damage, but it certainly strains your eyes. And it means that your eyes have to work harder. The possible consequences are numerous and include everything from headaches and neck pain, all the way to dizziness or double images. Can wearing high prescription glasses damage …

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Is it normal to have hazy vision after cataract surgery?

Immediately following cataract surgery, it is, in fact, normal to have blurry vision. Many patients are back to their regular activities the day after cataract surgery. How long does haze last after cataract surgery? According to the American Optometric Association, approximately 90 percent of patients report having better vision after having cataract surgery. After cataract …

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