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Curtis Vision One

Curtis Vision One

03-366 6249

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

Canterbury,South Island

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Canterbury,South Island

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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
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  • About Curtis Vision One

Personalised Service has never looked so good.

Curtis Vision One Optometrists is one of Canterbury’s leading eye care specialists, combining over 50 years experience in providing high quality, professional eye care.

Our Services

With a combined experience in providing qualified, personalised eye care in our community for over 50 years, it's fair to say we believe that our service is second to none.

Our leading-edge Optometry clinics are able to provide in-depth diagnosis of a wide range of eye conditions and by fostering an environment of technical excellence and personalised treatment, we are able to meet the on-going eye-care needs of our patients.

Our Clinics aim to give you our best in professional eye care using substantial and continuing advances in technology over recent years. We undertake to provide our customers and patients with individual care that is appropriate, friendly and considerate. We want you to feel entirely comfortable about your treatment options through a complete understanding of your eye-examination results.

Curtis Vision One provides a wide range of personalised, professional services including

With three convenient locations citywide, Curtis Vision One provides a friendly, efficient, personal and affordable service based on a clear understanding of the unique needs of our patients and customers.

In a world where personal service is slowly being lost to a “one-size-fits-all solution” our focus is on giving individual attention and providing a localised, specialist service that you can rely on and trust.

Central City

58 Armagh Street

Christchurch

Phone 03 366 6249

Fendalton Mall

19-23 Memorial Avenue

Christchurch

Phone 03 351 9666

New Brighton

166 Seaview Road

Christchurch

Phone 03 388 8981

Take advantage of our easy, convenient access and good off-street parking.

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  • It's really possible to get pink eyes because of dry eyes. Dry eyes are commonly due to being lack of tears in eyes. Generally speaking, the eye depends on the flow of tears to provide constant moisture and lubrication to maintain vision and comfort. People who suffer dry eye may easily experience pink eyes, redness, sensitive to light, blurry vision and a feeling of foreign matter and sand in eyes. However, you don't need to worry about it in that dry eyes are easy to be healed. Firstly, form good reading habits. No excessive using eyes. If you have already read too much time, you can have a rest as soon as possible. Secondly, drink black tea everyday can help with brighten eyes and relax nerves around eyes. Thirdly, you can also place raw potatoes and cucumber on eyes to reduce tired and swelling around eyes. Finally, you even can use artificial eye drops and ointments to help with dry eyes. Sometimes the oculist will recommend you of taking surgery. Well, surgery must be your last choice.

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  • Myopia is a change in vision due to the eyeball being too long and / or the cornea too curved. Eye exercise can't reverse it. And Nothing you can do to change it without surgery.

  • Last time, I got some loctite stain on my lenses. I scratched them off by nails. But later I found that I shouldn't do that because my lenses get some scratches. Later, my friend told me that I should use sunglasses cloth other than napkins, toilet tissue or paper towels and I shouldn't use my nails to scratch the lenses. The best way is to ask for help from an optician.

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