Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Parramatta of New South Wales

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Parramatta of New South Wales. You may arrange an free eye exam, buy prescription eyeglasses, RX sunglasses or donate your old eyeglasses by using the contact information in the directory.
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    1.Lette Monica

    Shp 4036 Lvl 4 Westfield
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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    In the Parramatta, optometrists can be found in the vicinity of a chain optical retail store, or in an independent optometrist's office. Optometrists are trained to address both vision refractive errors and eye health. Many optometrists sell high-end eyeglasses and contact lenses in their practices with the most professional possible services in addition to performing eye exams and writing prescriptions. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors (MD) in the eye care and vision health who perform eye exams, write prescription for eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses, diagnose and treat eye diseases and carry out eye surgery. Ophthalmologist's responsibility is much beyond that of optometrist.
  • 2.Merringtons Optometrists

    Shop 9 Lower Ground Level Riverbank Shopng Cntr
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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  • 3.Annalise Vo Optometrist

    Shp5/ 108 Church St
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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  • 4.Dovgan Optometrists

    Level 3/Shop 3056 Westfield Shoppingtown
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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  • 5.Lee Helen

    Suite C 108 Church St
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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  • 6.Mifsud Jennifer

    Shop 257 Level 2 Westfield Shopngtwn
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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  • 7.Dovgan Eugene, Chandler Leonie

    Shp 3056 Lvl 3 Westfield Shopngtwn
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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  • 8.David Lee Optometrists

    Shop 3016, L3 Westfield Shopping Town
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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  • 9.Emma Jaafar

    S2161 Westfield Shoppingtown
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

    Emma Jaafar is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 10.H-7 Vision Centre

    Westfield Shopng Cntr, Shp3082/ 159 Church St
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

    H-7 Vision Centre is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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    Shop 3082A Level 3 Westfield Shopping Centre, Church St
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    Suite C 108 Church St
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    Westfield Shopng Cntr, Shp3082/ 159 Church St
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    Shop 9 Lower Ground Level Riverbank Shopng Cntr
    Parramatta,NSW 2150

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    Level 3/Shop 3056 Westfield Shoppingtown
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  • Firmoo Answers

  • Of course, they are safer than common contact lenses. As we know that when soft lenses soak up water, water will allow the eye to "breathe" through the contact lenses. So obviously, the more water you can make the lens soak up then the easier it is for the Oxygen to pass through it and it is better for your eyes. And comparing with the original soft contact lenses, which are now often referred to as "Low Water Content" soft lenses and contain roughly 38% water, high water content contact lenses have over 65% water content. So it is safer than common ones to your eyes. Anyway, you can have a try.

  • Yes, your friends are definitely right. I got some tips about different faces with different glasses. Square face should not wear glasses with angular, but glasses with thinner frames and rectangle or long elliptic lens. People with long or narrow face should avoid glasses similar with their faces, such as narrow on the upper and down frames or thin and long glasses. If you have a round face, you should not wear round glasses anymore, it may make you looks rounder and rounder. Wide face is not fit with round, oval or small glasses, glasses with wide, square or angular glasses will be better. Lozenge faces are also fit with round or oval glasses. So, your face is round and small, absolutely a beautiful face, so small glasses may the best choice for you. I have some friends whose faces are similar with yours wearing glasses with small and light color frames. I think they look quiet grace. But if you want to make yourself, you can try big black glasses. Ah, it's my personally idea.

  • Of course, you can. Actually, AR coating will eliminate the reflections of light from the front and back surface of eyeglass lenses.In that way, you will feel comfortable while placing computer. However, since you have a good vision, it will take you some time to get used to it.

  • Your eye stye on the eyelids must make you feel itchy and painful. It may be caused from the invisible bacterium. You need to take some medicine with anti-inflammation to release the eye stye on the eyelids. Then you could use some warm compress by finding the clean cloth and hot water to make your eyes get comfortable and moisture.

  • From what I know, there is little connection between your neck and your vision. So, you wouldn't have any blurred vision because of neck massage. Perhaps in the meantime there is something wrong that has got something to do with your vision. Just try to figure it out and pay attention to your eye health.

  • Can you tell me the prices that you can accept? If you just want to spend $100 on a pair of sunglasses, you can have a look on firmoo or amazon or ebay. There are many cheap sunglasses. If you would like to spend a little more on a pair of sunglasses, say about $200, you may have a wider range of choices online. You can have a look at sunglasses hut or ray ban sunglasses. But I prefer to ray ban sunglasses other than other kind of sunglasses. Hope this helped!

  • Temporary episodes of double vision can happen for many reasons, including drinking too much alcohol or being overly tired. This type of short-term double vision is usually not cause for worry.

  • Well, generally speaking, you can wash your hair, only if you can make sure your eyes can not be moistened by the water. As we know that it can improve your vision permanently, while there are also many things you should pay attention to it. As we know that after the surgery, your eyes will be very sensitive and fragile. So if you let the water in your eyes, your eyes will be infected easily by the viruses. So just be careful about it. So to wash your hair in a right way, you can follow some tips. For example, you can just wash the hair in the head by using a special tool, which can be used to prevent your eyes be moistened by the water. So that it can be safer. After the surgery, you should pay attention to other things. For example, you should avoid eye injuries by wearing a protective shield at night and with naps until you are advised by your doctor. Also, you should remember not sleep on the side of the operated eye for the first night.

  • No, it is not true. Smoking a lot will intensify the glaucoma. You should not smoke if you have the glaucoma because of the inner stimulating irritates. You should not smoke or drink which will make your glaucoma get serious. You should eat more food with vitamin C and A to moisture your eyes.

  • No. the presvription of the contact lens is different from that of eyeglasses. Usually the prescription of eyeglasses is stronger than that of contact lens.So you'd better not use your contact lens prescription to buy your eyeglasses, which won't work well.