EXCLUSIVE LEADING OPTOMETRISTS | PINELANDS, CAPE TOWN
Pediatric vision • Binocular vision • Age related disorders • Pathology screening • Contact lens fitting • Retinal photography
An eye examination at McKenna and Scott Exclusive in Pinelands is not merely about finding a prescription. It is about eyecare, eye health, patient education and friendly service. Vision is not merely about the clarity of the image. It is about how both the eyes work together as a team ie. eye alignment, the contraction and relaxation of the individual eye muscles and ocular movements. These factors affect our visual performance and comfort throughout our daily tasks and activities. The majority of eye diseases are painless and can go undetected for years, leading to possible irreparable damage. Also, certain eye conditions can be manifestations of underlying systemic diseases. All these aspects of vision and health are part of our comprehensive eye examinations.
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Deep-frying Safety Tips How To Keep Your Eyes (And Other Body Parts) Safe When Frying in the kitchen. Keep kids and pets away. Put on safety goggles or safety glasses. Plan to have an adult near the fryer at all times, to watch out for any problems. Use a fryer with a sealed lid. Chances of hot oil spills increase with fryers designed for outdoor use. These fryers are often on stands that can tip over or collapse, causing the hot oil to spill. Newer countertop units using a solid base appear to reduce this risk. Propane-fired fryers must
Signs of Possible Eye Problems in Children What do your child's eyes look like? Eyes don't line up, one eye appears crossed or looks out! Eyelids are red-rimmed, crusted or swollen Eyes are watery or red (inflamed) How does your child act? Rubs eyes a lot Closes or covers one eye Tilts head or thrusts head forward Has trouble reading or doing other close-up work, or holds objects close to eyes to see Blinks more than usual or seems cranky when doing close-up work Things are blurry or hard to see Squints eyes or frowns What does your child
Laser pointers shine a focused beam of high intensity light, usually red, and are commonly used in corporate and classroom presentations to highlight specific points or images on media screens. Looking directly at the light beam of a laser pointer can cause temporary vision loss and even permanent damage to the retina. This was learned after children and young adults began purchasing laser pointers and using them as toys. Also, laser pointers began to be used as sighting devices for paintball guns. Because of the potential for eye injuries, it is now mandated that laser pointers carry warning labels