Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Hobart of Tasmania

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Hobart of Tasmania. 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.Dennis Gregory

    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

    Dennis Gregory is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

    In the Hobart, 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.Lind Courtenay

    99 Macquarie St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

    Lind Courtenay is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 3.Total Eyecare Optometrists

    153 Liverpool St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

    Total Eyecare Optometrists is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Graveson Paul

    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

    Graveson Paul is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 5.Harrison Byron

    99 Macquarie St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

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  • 6.Fountain Paul

    Cnr Liverpool & Murray Sts
    Hobart,TAS 7000

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  • 7.Hurtado Karen

    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

    Hurtado Karen is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 8.Garnham Greg

    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

    Garnham Greg is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 9.Koch Andrew

    99 Macquarie St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

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  • 10.Garner Karen

    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

    Garner Karen is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Fails & McKenzie

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    Cnr Liverpool & Murray Sts
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Garner Karen

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    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Garnham Greg

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    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Hogan Andrew

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    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Dennis Gregory

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    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Fountain Paul

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    Cnr Liverpool & Murray Sts
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Graveson Paul

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    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Harrison Byron

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    99 Macquarie St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

  • Hurtado Karen

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    140 Collins St
    Hobart,TAS 7000

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    140 Collins St
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  • Firmoo Answers

  • Yes, manuka honey can sure help to reduce dark eye circles. Because sometimes an eye cream can have tremendous elections on reducing dark circles which being the signs of aging or something else. Manuka Honey these are natural ingredients in reducing dark circles. What's more, avocado oil, vitamin E and K, black seed oil, fish oil are also useful and you can use cucumbers on your eyes.

  • Yes, it is possible to get eye irritation because of teething. There is an old saying in China: Toothache is not a disease, the pain to life. It is not unusual when you get eye irritation. It may also impact other organs such as heart, kidney and eyes. There are two reasons to explain it. The first one is pain radiation. That is to say teething may lead pain in the nerves surrounded. Second, it is created by the bacterium in the periodontal pockets. This kind of bacterium not only cause periodontitis but also infect other organs. Another Chinese old saying: It is better for the doer to undo what he has done. So if you get eye irritation initiated due to teething, go to see your dentist as soon as you can. By the way, brushing every day is a good way in the prevention of toothache.

  • Usually the high index lenses are more expensive than the common ones. The price of the high index lenses are various, ranging from $15 to $ 100. However, you'd better choose the medium and high price one which will not seem too thick. The too thick lenses will make you look nerd. Thus, you'd better choose the expensive ones.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to get eye floaters because of high blood sugar. The high blood sugar is not good for eyes which will have many effects on the eyes. The high blood sugar of the diabetes levels can damage blood vessels in the eyes and can lead to the growth of new blood vessels there. These new blood vessels are not as strong and can leak or burst. This condition is called diabetic retinopathy. And the eyes are so weak which will be easily dry and get the infection through the bacterium. If you get the floaters because of the high blood sugar, you'd better accept the treatment as soon as possible and keep the good habit of using eyes.

  • Our eyes react to the amount of light in our environment. As the amount of light is reduced, the pupils enlarge to allow more light to reach the retina at the back of the eye in an effort to keep vision clear and effective in less than ideal conditions. Reading in low light decreases the ability of the eyes to focus clearly, which causes them to become tired. Many people also blink less frequently under low light, which can cause temporary dryness. Conversely, in bright light, pupils shrink in order to decrease the amount of light reaching the retina. The retina then transmits the light and visual information to the brain, allowing us to see.

  • Yes, maybe you can. Because most of the time you can dive safely with contacts. However, in repetitive dives, you can interfere with gas exchange over the surface of the cornea, and in some cases you can seriously damage the cornea as micro-bubbles form. Also, you should pay attention to the infection which can happen easily. Or it will damage your eyes. Besides, you can go and consult it with your doctor. He can give you a good suggestion.

  • I know some eye doctors may give your prescription only if you have paid the fee for the eye exam.If so,you can take your prescription to any cheaper places to get your glasses.

  • When you are purchasing solution for contacts,it is not always better to choose one with stronger Antivirus ability.It is good to kill all the bacteria, but it should not hurt the bacteria groups in your eyes. The ecosystem in your eyes should keep balance. Otherwise the cells may get damaged.

  • Generally, eye exam costs can range from less than $50 (usually at a retail store or optical chain) to $100 or more (usually at a medical clinic or private eye doctor's office). Also, eye exams for contact lenses nearly always cost more than routine eye exams to update your eyeglasses prescription.

  • Don't worry. It is not dangerous, but very uncomfortable. Tear is very important to eyes, because it can nourish cells, kill bacteria, wash out the dirts and lubricate eyes. Glands in eyelids are produce tears. After eyes are lubricated, tear will travel down to nasal cavity through internal path. Once this path is blocked, tear can't get drained so that your eyes would be very watery. The dirts and bacteria would accumulate at the corners of eyes so that it is very easy to get infection. You might find blue and green thick discharge. It is so annoying rather than dangerous. The good way to bread through the blockage is massage at the corner of eyes and near to the bridge of nose. Keep wash your eyes clean with saline solution, which can help control infection. Apply some warm compress.