Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Sydney 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 Sydney 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.Marton Stephen & Lea Amanda

    183 Macquarie St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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    Optical stores in Sydney offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Sydney have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
  • 2.Laubman & Pank

    Level 1, Myer Sydney City, 436 George St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 3.Hamilton & Phillips Optometrists

    70 Hunter St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 4.McMonnies & Boneham

    49 Market St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 5.You and Eye Optical

    Shop 6, Upper Ground floor , 10 Spring St, Sydney NSW 2000

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  • Best of Sydney Eye Doctors

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    1.Azzi Odette, Shearsby Heather

    C22a Centrepoint 100 Market St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

    Azzi Odette, Shearsby Heather is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

    In the Sydney, 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.Discount Optix

    428 George St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 3.Hamilton Ian, Phillips Dawn

    Chifley Sq Cnr Hunter & Philip Sts
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 4.McMonnies & Boneham

    49 Market St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 5.Della Marta John

    428 George St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 6.Bell Kenneth W

    818 Australia Sq
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 7.The Eyecare Company

    Stockland Piccadilly Shop 1 210 Pitt St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 8.Marton Stephen & Lea Amanda

    183 Macquarie St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 9.Lifestyle Optical

    Shops 15-16, Upper Level, Chifley Plaza, 2 Chifley Sq
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • 10.You & Eye Optical

    70 Hunter St
    Sydney,NSW 2000

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  • You'd better not use the windex to clean sunglasses lenses. If the windex contains the acidity, it may damage the coating around the lenses. The principle is just like that acid rain to the sun umbrella. If you want to clean sunglasses lenses, the most safe and easy way is to use the clean water to wash it.

  • I think you may need to buy a pair of computer glasses. computer glasses can block computer reflections and glare. This will reduce eye strain. Maybe your burn eyes are caused by reading for a long time or stronger degrees in the lenses. Are they a pair of new prescription glasses? I suggest you to consult your eye doctor first. And I suggest you to take an eye exam in the morning than that in the afternoon because the result will be more accurate. If it was caused by long time of reading, you can have a rest and apply some artificial tears to lubricate your eyes. This will make you feel better. Hope this helped!

  • It seems that he like to wear sunglasses in dark lenses. Also, i saw his picture online that wearing a pair of aviator sunglasses and wayfarer sunglasses. And those sunglasses makes him look really cool. I don't know what brand he worn, but they are aviator sunglasses and wayfarer sunglasses. You can search some similar sunglasses online if you like it.

  • A hyphema may happen initially after a trauma to the eye. If a person gets a hyphema, he or she may suffer from some more severe bleeding in the following three to five days. The hyphema is usually blunt or closed trauma, which can be the result of an athletic injury from a flying object such as a stick, a ball, or the incidental hitting from the elbow of another player. Once a person gets hyphema, he or she should in time go to the ophthalmologist or an emergency department for treatment. After coming back home, the patient should rest in bed with the head of the bed elevated as much as the patient can tolerate. The patient should not engage in any strenuous activity in case of getting more harm to the eyes. In addition, the patient should not take any medicines containing aspirin which will promote bleeding. The medicine that is banned also includes nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, such as naproxen (Aleve), ibuprofen (Motrin), or many other arthritis medications. Besides, the patient can place drops in the eyes three to four times a day or exactly as prescribed by your doctor such as eye drops of 1% atropine as well as steroid drops that is intended to fight inflammation and pain. Covering the eye with a shield can also protect the eyes from further injury. Sometimes there can be an occasional increase in pressure caused by the red blood cells obstructing the meshwork of the eye, making the normal flow of liquid through the eye interrupted increasing the pressure in the eyes. If the pressure of the eyes does increase, certain medicine, such as a beta-blocker, may be delivered through eye drops into the eye to help keep the eye pressure back into a normal level.

  • I have this kind of experience as well. I got that kind of dizziness a few times after sitting at the computer at work and also felt like I needed to hold onto the wall to get down the hall. I had been on the computer for about 5 hours without taking my eyes off of it (and had been doing this for a few days straight). This kind of dizziness was not a symptom of "anxiety", either. The dizziness struck so quick and violently, I thought my chair had tipped over. I literally thought I was falling off the chair for a few seconds when it hit. Had to put my head on the desk and felt like I needed to hold on to the desk. It was scary! Lasted probably 5 minutes. I was eventually OK, but it was an awful feeling. I've heard that flourescent lights can sometimes cause dizziness, and I've also heard the flourscent lights (might be the older kind) have been associated with some seizures. My opthalmologist said the theory on computers causing eye problems is bogus (but I don't know if I believe him :)

  • High index lens glasses are especially suitable for those who have a strong eyeglass prescription for myopia, hyperopia or stigmatism. The stronger the prescription, the thicker the edges. High index lens glasses have an advantage over their thinner, lighter lenses. Besides, they are very comfortable and lightweight, making wearers feel comfortable. There is a wide variety of thin, light high-index lens glassless whose designs and features are nearly as many as other kind of glasses'. As for the material or added advantages, it is widely recommended that an anti-reflective lens coating should apply to high-index lenses because some experts said that eyeglass lenses with anti-reflective coatings provide sharper night vision, especially good for night drivers.

  • Usually, bloodshot eyes are caused by a lack of sleep. A lack of sleep is not a kind of disease. However, if you keep this bad habit for a long time, it may turn into a kind of eye disease. Moreover, bloodshot eyes is also the result of some kind of medication results. Of course it is not a good result. Only side effects can cause that, lol. If you want to know worse reasons, well, maybe pink eye. You know, the most obvious symptom of an pink eye is red eye.

  • I know the ways to tell whether the polarized sunglasses are real. You may put two types of polarized sunglasses and put them in the up and down parallel position. If you see the things clearly through the two lenses, they are real. Then you put one sunglass in the vertical position for the other one. If you see nothing, they are real. The way is so easy. As we know, the polarized sunglasses can prevent your eyes from the strong sun lights which may damage your eyes. You could use the polarized sunglasses in driving or fishing which could do the special function for you.

  • Kids tend to lose or break their glasses more than others, so I think it is very considerable if the glasses are free to repair or they have guarantee or something. Target is a good choice for you I think. They offer some special services for kid's eyewear as you can see on their website:http://www.targetoptical.com/to/kids-frames.jsp $25 children's eyeglass lenses 90-day guarantee Eye exam guidelines: Not sure how often you should get your child's eyes checked? Schedule exams based on the recommendations below. Or you can go to this address :http://www.cheapglasses123.com/kids-glasses They have different kinds of glasses and frames for kids so that you will have a lot of choices. And most of their children's frames are made of tatanium or bendable material which makes children's glasses extra strong.

  • Eye color is decided by gene, that is, when you were born, your eye color has already come into being. But with time flies eye color will change gradually with living environment and habits and customs, such as eating habits, smoking and liver diseases. Also, aging is also one factor that leads to eye color changing. Eye color will become lighter and lighter when we are in 50s-60s.