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What kind of contacts are for almond shaped eyes? I bought 8.6 colored contacts and I have 20/20 vision. They were big on me but they didn't bother me

What kind of contacts are for almond shaped eyes? I bought 8.6 colored contacts and I have 20/20 vision. They were big on me but they didn't bother me

Not related to...: Contact lens come in different curvatures, different widths (diameters), different materials (leads to different water content and oxygen passage). An eye doctor needs to examine and measure the eyes. It is not related to "almond shaped" anything! ...Read more

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Can the eye change its shape over time? While i was 17 my eyes were round, now (22 yrs old) its almond-shaped. Does depression cause that change too?

Can the eye change its shape over time? While i was 17 my eyes were round, now (22 yrs old) its almond-shaped. Does depression cause that change too?

Normal: It's the skin around the eyes that changes over time making the eye shape look more oval as we age. Depression by itself doesn't change it, but sometimes thyroid problems can make the eyes look different, and can cause depression also, make sure your thyroid has been checked. ...Read more

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Does applying almond oil , caster oil, vaseline nd cocunut oil makes eye lashes grow if not then how to make eye lashes preety and grow naturally?

Does applying almond oil , caster oil, vaseline nd cocunut oil makes eye lashes grow if not then how to make eye lashes preety and  grow naturally?

Everyone's different: Some people have longer lashes. Others have shorter lashes. There's no "natural" substance to put on the lashes or eyelids to make eyelashes grow more than they would naturally grow by themselves. If a person is wanting to try something, she can ask to try Latisse (bimatoprost) (prescription needed), which is an eyedrop medication to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker, and darker. ...Read more

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What would be a reason for a toddler rolling eyes upwards or to the side when playing? He's mostly smiling when he's doing so i think it's play.

Probably behavioral: If it is unassociated with loss of consciousness, it is most likely behavioral. If it is happening more than 6 times a day, see your pediatrician. ...Read more

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Headache during smiling , peaks when my crow's feet appear by my eyes?

Headache during smiling , peaks when my crow's feet appear by my eyes?

Headache by temples: Headache by your temples can be a result of muscle tension. If your symptoms are exacerbated by muscle contraction around the crows feet - this is an area that is very effectively treated with botox, which "quiets down" the strength of the muscle contraction in this area. Headache in this area can also be due to blood vessels (temporal artery) and jaw muscles (temporalis muscle). Hope this helps! ...Read more

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I have noticed that since i was a teenager (31 now) one eye seems to be more open than the other, especially when smiling. Is this common?

I have noticed that since i was a teenager (31 now) one eye seems to be more open than the other, especially when smiling. Is this common?

Droopy lid: Drooping of the lids is referred to as ptosis. It is not uncommon to have one eye droopier than the other. Most people have asymmetry in that if you split the face in half and put a mirror to reflect you would see a different person on the right vs the left side. ...Read more

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Can bruxism, clenching and or TMJ disfunction cause facial nerve palsy? No drooping eye or mouth, just left cheek sits slightly lower when smiling?

Can bruxism, clenching and or TMJ disfunction cause facial nerve palsy? No drooping eye or mouth, just left cheek sits slightly lower when smiling?

Possible, but...: A nerve disorder can have multiple causes. It is possible that a structural, vascular or neurological problem can be related, but you will need to see your dentist or someone who treats these type of disorders to get a careful evaluation first to determine the causes of the problems. Then you can address the causes with diagnostic treatments. Good luck. ...Read more

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