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Sercombe & Matheson Opticians

Sercombe & Matheson Opticians

04-472 4261

Category: Eye Doctor

Paraparaumu,North Island

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Sercombe & Matheson Opticians Hours

Paraparaumu,North Island

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
From 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am
To 17:30 pm 17:30 pm 17:30 pm 17:30 pm 17:30 pm
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  • About Sercombe & Matheson Opticians

Whether you're already wearing Glasses or Contacts and need a re-exam, or you're looking to get a comprehensive eye check-up done, we can help. We at Sercombe & Matheson Opticians will ensure you're seen by a fully qualified optician who is trained to the highest standard. Your eyesight is just too precious.

To learn more about us, please click on the above weblink to go through to our website.

We believe we're good at providing you options that will make you look good and feel great. Our experienced staff will assist you in making the right decision with Contact Lens, Solutions, Spectacle Lenses, Frames, Ready Made Readers, Sunglasses, Goggles, Masks, and Magnifiers & Accessories.

Comprehensive eye exams, a huge frame selection, stocks of contact lenses, and an on-site workshop are all good reasons to come and see us. Our team includes optometrists, dispensing opticians, a technician and support staff - so whether it's treating your red eye, advice on lens types, soldering your broken glasses, or organising some prescription swimming goggles, there's always someone at Sercombe & Matheson to help you out.

Send us an email, or give us a call for an appointment.

P.S. It is important to get your eyes examined regularly to ensure that any changes in condition can be identified at an early stage.

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  • You might have heard that eating carrots is good for your eyesight. While it is true that carrots are good for your vision, they cannot increase your visual acuity.While carrots cannot improve your vision, they are a good source of beta carotene, which is a form of vitamin A. A deficiency in this vitamin can lead to vision problems and eventual blindness. When a person does not consume enough vitamin A, over time, the photoreceptors in the eye begin to deteriorate, disrupting vision. This process can be reversed by restoring the amounts of vitamin A in the system through eating a healthy diet and by taking a daily multivitamin.

  • You should know that it's a tough task to choose good sunglasses for some people who have a fat head, but there are still some tips which can help you make a good choice. First, you should avoid small rounded eyeglasses frames. Because such frames are concentrated on the middle part of your face and they will make your chubby cheeks more visible. Second, you can go for eyeglasses with rectangular frames that are not too thin or too thick. So next time, when you go to choose some sunglasses, you can have a good one by using these tips. But you should also pay attention to the color and the material.

  • According to Dr. Claire McCarthy, color blindness affects one percent of females and eight percent of males. To know if your children is color blind, just visit the website ColorVisionTesting.com where can give your child a color blindness test. At that site,there is a few seconds to distinguish numbers and shapes within dot patterns in cards. And that cards are helpful to let you know if your kid has protanomaly.

  • Now computers, televisions, mobile phones and other high-tech products are widely used and give us a great convenience, but also bring our children's vision hidden troubles. Now, most of young children have myopia, because the children's body development still does not mature, and they get myopia easily. At the same time, children before 12 years old learn knowledge mainly depending on the observation of eyes. Children’s myopia problem cannot be neglected.

  • Too much exposure to UV rays can greatly increase the risk of getting cataracts and cause damage to the retina which cannot be reversed. What's more, too much unprotected exposure to UV rays can cause photokeratitis which is sunburn of the eye.

  • well don't know because i have just got it in my eye plz help it stings

  • 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.

  • Some people have something called night myopia. For night driving they have glasses with more negative lenses than their daytime ones. Ask your optician about lenses with an anti reflective coating

  • Well, it seems that you are quite worried about your eye health. So, it is true that glaucoma will give rise to the change of color on your eyes, making your eyes turn green a little bit. And that is the primary difference between glaucoma and healthy eyes. Just try to protect your eyes from getting worse and pay attention to your use of eyes.

  • Well, from your description, it may be because of overuse of phone. So you should just reduce the time you watch phone. Generally speaking, in daily life, many people read phone all the time. And maybe it is just your case. And if you read the phone for a long time, and do not have any rest, it will just make your eyes be stressed. And in that way, your eyes will get eye strain. In a long term, of course, it will damage your eyes, leading to some eye problems. For example, your eyes will be hurt, and painful. And then, if you still do not be aware of this, it will lead to more serious problems. So just be careful about it.