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McClellan Grimmer

McClellan Grimmer

04-473 6275

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

139-141 Featherston St City
Wellington,North Island

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McClellan Grimmer Hours

139-141 Featherston St City Wellington,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 17:00 pm 17:00 pm 17:00 pm 17:00 pm 17:00 pm
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  • About McClellan Grimmer

McClellan Grimmer optometrists, optical dispensers and reception staff are committed to providing you with thorough, friendly and efficient service and eye care.You can phone, drop into our practice or if you'd prefer you can arrange an appointment or order contact lenses online.

McClellan Grimmer Optometrists have been practising optometry in the Wellington CBD since 1945.

- Eye examinations

- Contact lens prescribing

- Spectacle dispensing to a prescription

- Treatment of red eye disease

- WIPA diabetic retinal screening

- Civil Aviation Authority examiners

- Maritime NZ examiners

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  • Of course you can.But why don't you get the lenses together.Many online stores can make the prescribed lenses for customers.

  • It is fine if you use them as disposables for necessary occasions, that is to say, you use them once and then throw them away. However, it could cause eye irritation or allergic reaction. False eyelashes are a hygiene risk because they trap dirt and bacteria on the eyelids. Natural eyelashes are very important as they protect the eyes from dust, sweat and foreign materials. However, unhygienic and substandard false eyelashes can spread infection to the most sensitive parts of the pupils.

  • Eye freckle is a kind of discoloration inside the eyes. Eye freckles are usually harmless, although they should be watched for signs of growth or change, which would indicate a more serious condition. Unless the eye freckle turns into a tumor, no treatment is needed. In the rare case that it has, the current treatment options include laser surgery and radiation therapy. While both treatments will cause vision loss, they will protect you from losing your eye. Remember though, having an eye freckle does not mean that you will develop a tumor.

  • My Dad had it last year with fantastic results. He was legally blind and now doesn't have to wear glasses at all. I would consider it if I had the money.

  • If you get some hair dye in eyes by accident, eye infection may occur easily. Hair dye are made into thousands of chemicals and often they are in poor quality. When you feel itching in eyes, no any rubbing in eyes. Just blink eyes and drink some water. Also drop some artifical tears can keep eye moisten and reduce pain in eyes.

  • Decreasing myopia is so important because in a nearsighted eye, the cornea is too steeply curved for the length of the eye, causing light rays to focus in front of the retina. Distant objects appear blurred or fuzzy because the light rays are not in focus by the time they reach the retina. If you are nearsighted, you typically will have difficulty reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly. Other signs and symptoms of myopia include squinting, eye strain and headaches. Feeling fatigued when driving or playing sports.

  • It seems that you are quite interested in this natural phenomenon, so, I can see you wanna know why this happens. Anyway, as a matter of fact, our eyes and pupils will be dilated when we run into some emergent situation or dangerous situation, or being panicked by something horrible or surprising. So, your pinched skin could give rise to some irritative feelings to your brain, thus causing dilated pupils. It is OK anyway, take it easy.

  • Where you get the big sunglasses, where you can get big cases. If there is not what you want, go to a big optical shop. You can find there are varies kinds of cases. Some can offer customized service. Otherwise, log on ebay or other online shop without regional limits, there must be a style meet your requirement.

  • It depends on where you buy it. The prices of 1.74 high index lenses are different at each shops. But what i can tell you is that such high index lenses are expensive. They usually sold at a higher prices compared with regular index lenses. As far as i know, The 1.74 Aspheric lenses are sold $110.00 at firmoo.com. Hope this help.

  • There is no cure for color blindness at present. Color blindness is an inherited defect. The most common types color blindness is green and red deficiencies. Actually, you can wear some special glasses to help with your vision. But they have very limited use. I have to tell you that color blindness is a permanent disease. Fortunately, most color-blind people is normal in all other respects and certain adaptation methods can be helpful. Many people have color blindness. Don't let it affect your life.