Urgent trouble

Please refer the contents below if you are in urgent trouble.

What should we do when we can’t take off contact lens from eyes?

  1. Try to search contact lens
    Please observe your eye carefully and check if the lens in your eye.
    Contact lenses never go to back side of eyeballs. Try to search lens by moving your eyeballs slowly up and down, left and right with looking in a mirror.
    When you can’t find lens in your eye, you may have dropped off lens. Even in that case, you still need to go to hospital to make sure there’s no problem.
  2. In the case lens sticks to eye
    Please apply an eye drop if you have one. If you don’t have any, just close your eyes for a while and moisten your eyes with your tears.
    When the lens places in the center of cornea, please try again to take off lens in usual way. In the case still you can’t take off, please hold down eyelid gently with your eyes closed and move your eyeball to the side of ear. And then, lens will come rising up.
    If the lens does not come off even with those, please try to blink in the water filling washbowl.
  3. Please consult Ikebukuro Sunshine Street Eye Clinic
    If you can’t take off lens with all effort, you need to see doctor. Please contact us when there remaining hyperemia or pain.

Things to prepare when you come to our clinic

・Health insurance card.
・Contact lens data you use.
・Eye drops usually you use.
・Appointment will make your consultation smooth.

TEL 03-3981-6363(Reservation by phone is also possible.)

When you miss contact lens in your eye

  1. You have no idea if there remain contact lens or already come off.

    At first don’t be confused, look into the mirror and confirm if the lens is there. When you can’t find, please move your eyeballs up and down, left and right to search on the white of eye or edge of the eyelid. Contact lenses never go to back side of eyeballs structurally. If you see clearly with one-eye hidden, there may remain the lens on your cornea.
  2. You can’t find lens even though there is foreign body sensation

    Look to opposite side which you feel foreign body sensation and search the contact lens. Try to blink in the washbowl filled with water. This procedure might improve your foreign bode sensation by washing away the pieces of contact lens. Please don’t try to remove contact lens forcibly. There sometimes causes scar on your eye if you scratch them.

Things to prepare when you come to our clinic

・Health insurance card.
・Contact lens data you use.
・Eye drops usually you use.
・Appointment will make your consultation smooth.

TEL 03-3981-6363(Reservation by phone is also possible.)

How to deal when lens cleaning solution get into your eye…

  1. First aid

    Rinse your eyes with a lot of water and see the ophthalmological doctor immediately bringing the package of solution.
  2. Soft lens solution

    Multi purposes solution don’t hurt your eye because concentration of disinfection ingredient is low.

    On the other hands, soaking-disinfection type sometimes occur injury to your eyes if they come into eyes.
    Most of these solution contains hydrogen peroxide as a disinfection ingredient. Hydrogen peroxide is an ingredient which is used as oxidizer or bleaching agent. It has strong effect to disinfection so it causes pain if it comes into your eye without neutralization. In worst case, it causes serious eye disease and even losing eyesight. So it is necessary to neutralize solution before wearing lens.
  3. Hard lens solution

    Many of solution for hard lens contain surfactant and enzyme. Surfactant is an ingredient which is used for detergent. They also can cause cornea disease if come into eyes.

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Office Hours

Weekday,Saturday

11:30-13:45/15:00-19:30

Sunday,Holiday

11:30-18:30(no lunchtime.)

Reception Closing Time

Weekday,Saturday 19:30
Sunday,Holiday 18:30

Closing The Office

12/31, 1/1, 1/2, 1/3

Access

Our clinic is on the right side of "LABI (Yamada Denki)".
The clinic is on the fifth floor of the building which "Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ" is on the first floor.

5F, 1-5-6,
Higashiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo  170-0013

It's a 1-minute walk from Ikebukuro station east exit.

TEL:03-3981-6363

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Doctor Career

Director:Yoshiko Hori

(A board-certified ophthalmologist Ph.D)
English fluent

Memberships

Japanese Ophthalmological Society
Japan Ophtalmologists Association
Japan Cornea Society
Japanese Society of Ophthalmic Surgeons
Japanese Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Career

1986: Graduate-School of Medicine of Iwate Medical University
1990: Post Graduate school of Iwate MedicalUniversity
1991: Iwate prefectural Ofunato hospital
1993: Department of Ophthalmology Iwate Medical University Instructor
1993: Schepens Eye Research Institute of Harvard University
1997: Department of Ophthalmology Tokyo Dental College
1997: Minami-Aoyama Eye Clinic
2008: Ichikawa general hospital Department of Ophthalmology Tokyo Dental College
2010: IkebukuroSunshineStreetEyeClinic(Director since 2010)

Main Research Presentations

The three-dimensional organization of collagen fibrils in the human cornea and sclera.(maiden name Komai)


 

Doctor:Yasuhiro Shinkawa

(A board-certified ophthalmologist)

Memberships

Japan Ophthalmological Society
Japanese Retina and Vitreous Society
Japanese Society of Ophthalmic Surgeons

Career

2001: Graduate-Medical Department of Kumamoto University
2002: Entered Department of Ophthalmology Kyoto University School of medicine
2002: Shimada Municipal Hospital
2008: Japanese Red Cross Society
2010: Kitano Hospital The Tazuke Kofukai Medical Research Institute
2014: Ikebukuro Sunshine Street Eye Clinic


 

Doctor: Hiromi Namikawa

(A board-certified ophthalmologist)

Memberships

Japanese Ophthalmological Society
Japan Ophtalmologists Association

Career

2003: Graduate-Medical Department St. Marianna University 
2005: Synthesis Shinkawabashi Hospital
2009: Medical Department St. Marianna University
2013: Ikebukuro Sunshine Street Eye Clinic

Main Research Presentations

"Axonal protection by brain-derived neurotropic factor associated with CREB phosphorylation in tumor necrosis factor-alpha-inducted optic nerve degeneration."(maiden name Fujino)


 

Doctor:Tetsuya Kawakita

(A board-certified ophthalmologist)

Career

1995: Graduate-Medical Department of Kanazawa University
1995~1998: Student at Ocular Surface Center
2011~: Ikebukuro Sunshine Street Eye Clinic

3 orthoptists(full time) and a nurse(part-time).