- Service & Products
Clear Vision Optometrists Hours
Lychgate Centre, 100 Riddiford St, Newtown Wellington,North Island
|From||9:00 am||9:00 am||9:00 am||9:00 am||9:00 am|
|To||17:30 pm||17:30 pm||17:30 pm||17:30 pm||17:30 pm|
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Supported Language:
- By Appointment Only:
- Price Range:
- 0.00 - 0.00
- Insurances Accepted:
About Clear Vision Optometrists
For all your eyecare and eyewear needs, call our team at Clear Vision Optometrists today.
We offer a wide range of services including eye examinations, frames, spectacle lenses, contact lenses, children's vision services as well as discounts and special offers.
We provide professional advice and service, using only state of the art technology in a modern, fresh environment. Our aim is to provide you with a pleasant, informative and satisfying optometry experience.
Call our friendly, professional and dedicated team at Clear Vision Optometrists today, or visit our website for more information about the services we provide.
Photo Galley of Clear Vision Optometrists
Unfortunately, no service or products information is available for Clear Vision Optometrists
- Firmoo Answers
As a matter of fact, colored contacts are quite special and different from conventional contact lenses. Because they are specially produces and they are different in many ways, such as their longer duration. Also, they are quite hard and easily to be accompanies by bacteria. However, generally speaking, they are safe to wear, on condition that they are kept well and cleaned on a regular basis, also. do not wear them much too frequently.
Iritis is one of the most common cause for blindness, but this blindness evitable. Iris is the circular around pupil, at the front part of eyes. Iritis is usually caused by traumatic or non-traumatic reasons. Blunt trauma to eyes can cause acute traumatic inflammation of iritis. As to non-traumatic causes, iritis is usually connected with some conditions, for example reiter syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, infection with herpes simplex and so on. It might give you the pain in eye or brow Region, sensitivity to light which increase the pain, redness of eyes, weird shaped pupil, blurry vision and headache. To prevent iritis developing to blindness, you only need to take some timely and simple treatment. Take medication such as eye drops, pills to speed up the healing and decrease the pain. Visit your oculist regularly to ensure the healing as necessary follow-up steps. You also need to note wear sunglasses when you need to go to bright circumstances. Don't worry too much. As long as you take medication exactly the oculist prescribed to you, protect your eyes from glare and bright light, it should be ok for you.
Ok, it seems that you want to know whether Amazon is a great place to look for contact lenses. As far as I know, it is one of the most notable online stores in the world where there are lots of options and good prices exist. Anyway, a lot of my friends choose it and rely on its goods and serivce. Anyway, you could get an awful lot of options on it. Where is a link for you to look up https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dapparel&field-keywords=female+sunglasses#/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_2_15?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=contact+lenses+acuvue&sprefix=contact+lenses+%2Caps%2C817&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Acontact+lenses+acuvue
You'd better go to your eye doctor to have an eye exam to see whether you need glasses for distance and reading. Maybe you only have to wear reading glasses. If you do need glasses for both distance and reading, then bifocal glasses is a good choice.
It should depend on how strong your prescription is and how you feel when not wearing glasses. If you are slightly nearsighted and can see fine without glasses, you don't need to wear them all the time and only need wear them for extreme concentration.
Yes. An contact exam is different from that of glasses exam. Apart from the regular eye exam, during an contact exam, the doctor will use a kerameter to measure the surface and curvature of your eyeball. The doctor will also ask some questions about your lifestyle and preferences so that he can determine which type of contact lenses will suit you best.
That depends. As far as I am concerned, you would better to get a pair of glasses that are of good quality, because children's eyes need more careful protection. The price is really what matters. You may get free glasses in some online stores such as Firmoo and coast.com. They offer free glasses for new customers. Glasses for toddler as well as teenage kids are available at cheap prices in Cheapglasses123.com. Try: https://www.cheapglasses123.com/kids-glasses/ Make sure to choose a right fame that fit your baby most and if your children are quite active, consider getting an eyeglass chain to sit around your child's neck. At last, it is really important to ensure that your child can move around naturally and perform simple tasks without the glasses falling off their face.
No, double vision can be caused by corneal problems, lens problems, muscle problems, nerve problems, and brain problems. It is true that menopausal women have greater chance of getting double vision, but that is not the cause of double vision. This is often associated with aging problem or illness like cataract,or macular degeneration.
Yes, generally speaking, the dry eyes after the botox injection are very normal for many patients. So you should know the cause of this situation. There are mainly two reasons which can cause dry eyes from botox, such as Edema from injections and Paralysis of Orbicularis Oris Muscle. For your situation, you can just wait for several days, they can go away by themselves. And if the situation still exists, maybe you should go and see an eye doctor as soon as possible.
Popular Cities : Auckland | Christchurch | Wellington | Tauranga | Hamilton | Hastings | Dunedin | Napier | New Plymouth | Nelson | Paraparaumu | Palmerston North | Whangarei | Gisborne | Picton | Rotorua | Ashburton | Blenheim | Invercargill | Taupo | More Cities