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Eyecatchers Optometrists

Eyecatchers Optometrists

03-218 8561

Category: Eye Doctor

22 Kelvin St
Invercargill,South Island 9810

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Eyecatchers Optometrists Hours

22 Kelvin St Invercargill,South Island 9810

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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 Eyecatchers Optometrists

Eyecatchers Optometrists are the Southland vision and eye care specialists with practices in Invercargill and Gore. Having more than 30 years experience in taking care of people's eyes, at Eyecatchers we don't leave anything to chance. We undertake comprehensive eye examinations to ensure your vision and eye health are the very best they can be.

Our professional team offers a range of services including, Comprehensive eye examinations, Contact lens fitting and aftercare, Children's eyecare, Laser glaucoma screening, Diabetic retinopathy screening, Retinal and corneal photography, Visual field screening and Driver licence screening.

We also offer a range of services to keep your eye wear in tip top condition including Repair service for glasses, FREE Frame fitting and adjustment service, and FREE Ultrasonic cleaning of glasses.

Together we will find the right solution for your needs, whether it be your choice of frames and lenses, or contact lenses.

100% UV protection PRESCRIPTION POLARISED SUNGLASSES are our very popular specialty. We advise all our clients to protect their eyes against extremely harmful UV radiation by wearing sunglasses.

We stock an extensive range of high fashion sunglasses frames, including top brands such as OAKLEY, so that you can diplicate your spectacle prescription in a comfortable, well fitting pair of sunglasses.

Visit our website, www.eyecatchers.co.nz/products/, for more information on our popular SUNlens prescription lens package specials.

As a member of the New Zealand Association of Optometrists, Cornea & Contact Lens Society and Glaucoma NZ, the team is regularly attending conferences, seminars and trade fairs, to keep up to date with the latest developments in vision, eye care and fashion eyewear.

Contact Eyecatchers Optometrists today to make an appointment for an eye examination.

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  • Caring for colored contatcs is exactly the same as that for the regular contacts. The only thing you must know is that you should use a no-rub multipurpose solution to clean and store the colored contacts.

  • Yes, computer glasses must have anti-reflective coating so as to protect the eyes from reflective lights from computer screen. So, before you order the glasses, you should ask the sellers is the computer glasses are made of anti-reflective coating lenses. If yes, you needn't add anti-reflective-coating. If not, you have to choose anti-reflective coating so as to give your eyes better eye protection.

  • cos he's a douche?

  • The alpina sunglasses you can find both online and hypostatic store. But as for my shopping habits, I know online shopping is the best way of choice. No need to go out, you can chat online with the shop assistant if they have it or not, it's time saving. Besides, the price of online will be more reasonable while style diversifying. The service is good and have quality guarantee. The online shop even will bring you alteration service after sale.

  • Well, as far as I know, the reasons for your problems depends on the intensity of it. If your eyes just twitch little and do not continue, then probably you have a lack of sleep and maybe stress. However, if they constantly twitch, then you may have something wrong with your facial muscle. That could give rise to your eye twitches. So, my advice for you is to consult a doctor and find out where went wrong.

  • Lazy eye is a kind of diminished eyesight. And one eye crosses and looks as if it is looking at your nose or not quite directly ahead, just looks like a different direction. It also has the name amblyopia. I will affect the function of our eyes, which means people have lazy eyes can not see things as normal as those who not have do.

  • In common, it won't cause blindness becaue your eyes get a tiny rock. But it may scracth your cornea. So, you'd better take your of your eyes. And try to remove the tiny rock from your eyes gently. Flusing your eyes with eyedrops may help the eyes.

  • The things will look exactly the same with plastic glasses and glass glasses. There is no difference. I think how sharp things look may lie in the degrees of your glasses other than the materials of the glasses. If the glasses are of good shape, the lens can change the way that light is focused in your eyes, so you can see things clearly. But both plastic glasses and glass glasses can have good shape, so both of them can provide you with clear vision.

  • Hello, episcleritis is a self-limiting disease producing little or no permanent damage to the eye. While some treatments can be helpful for patients who with mild symptoms. My suggestion is that you can use artificial tears. But if you are with severe or prolonged episodes, you will need to use topical corticosteroids. If the treatment above does not work, you can try systemic anti-inflammatory agents, which can be useful. Good luck!

  • I think it might be difficult to find out a pair of clip-on lenses that fit your eyeglasses properly. If you have had that kind of clip-on lenses, you can take them to an optical shop and ask the optician to make a pair of eyeglasses for you. I don't know whether the eyeglasses stores will only sell a pair of clip-on lenses or not. So I can't give you any suggestions. But I think the easiest way is to ask the customer services online if you want to buy a pair of clip-on lenses online. Hope this helped! Good luck!