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Someone will be at our office answering phone calls Mon-Fri 10 AM-2 PM to assist you for the following services

1) Purchasing CONTACT LENSES
If you’re running out of lenses or your prescription is about to expire please call 214-361-1300 between the hours of 10-2 or visit our contact lens web-store at http://yourlens.com/eyedoctordallas

2) EYEGLASS NEEDS:
Picking up glasses or inquiries on the status of your eyeglass order. If you’re picking up, when you arrive we will provide curbside service.

3) PURCHASING EYEGLASSES
If you have a prescription and are in urgent need to get a new or replacement pair of eyeglasses we can schedule an appointment for you to come to the office. We are limiting this service to one patient /customer at a time.

3) MEDICATION:
If you are running out of a medication please contact us and we can transmit a refill electronically to your pharmacy.

4) For emergent and urgent eye conditions, we will first try to triage your condition over the phone call and in situations that may require a visit to the office, do our best to see you.

CALL 214-361-1300

With sincerest wishes for your continued good health we remain at your service,

Eye Doctor’s Office & Eye Gallery
Dr. Bob Consor & Dr. Jenifer

Call Us (833) 815-2020

Call Us (833) 815-2020

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SYMPTOMS OF EYE ALLERGIES AND WHAT TO DO

Eyes can tell a lot about your health at the moment. Many times if you have a cold or a flu, your eyes will tell it all. If you have jaundice, your eyes will have a yellow glaze. After all, allergies don’t just show up in sneezing and a runny nose. Sometimes it can be hard to determine if you have eye allergies or another form of pink eye. Here are some symptoms of eye allergies.

  • Itchiness
  • Swollen Eyelids
  • Irritated sore eyes
  • Light sensitivity
  • Watery eyes
  • swelling

TREATMENT

Allergens are matter that trigger and allergic reaction. It is important to understand that the majority of  allergens are airborne. It is also important to know what exactly you are allergic too. Even with this knowledge, it can still be difficult to avoid eye allergies. There are however, ways to reduce and avoid your contact with these harmful allergens.  Here are some proven ways to reduce the effects of allergens.

  • Stay indoors during peak allergen times of the day
  • Keep outside air from coming in by closing windows and using air conditioning rather than leaving the car window open
  • Keep house clean (minimizing dust mites, pollen, and other allergens)
  • Avoid molds, fungus, and other indoor allergens by using dehumidifiers
  • Medication can be very useful to alleviate the symptoms when the allergens are yet unknown
    • Eye drops–these can help relieve itchiness, watery eyes, and redness as well

The sooner you find out what you are allergic to and where it is coming from, the sooner you will be able to avoid the impending allergens. It is always best to find ways to avoid the allergens altogether, so make sure you talk to your eye doctor to find out what you are allergic to and what you can do about it.

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