Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Dundee of Angus

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Dundee of Angus. You may arrange an free eye exam, buy prescription eyeglasses, RX sunglasses or donate your old eyeglasses by using the contact information in the directory.
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    1.Boots Opticians

    10 Panmure St
    Dundee,Angus DD1 2BW

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    Optical stores in Dundee offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Dundee have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
  • 2.ASDA Opticians

    Longtown Road Milton of Cragie
    Dundee,Angus DD4 8JT

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  • 3.Jarvis Optometrist

    24-26 Arbroath Road
    Dundee,Angus DD4 6EP

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  • 4.Andrew Bolton Opticians

    185 Perth Rd
    Dundee,Angus DD2 1AS

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  • 5.Vision Express

    19 The Wellgate Centre
    Dundee,Angus DD1 2DB

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  • 6.Govan Optometrists

    3 Panmure St
    Dundee,Angus DD1 2BG

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  • 7.Duncan & Todd

    33 Reform Street
    Dundee,Angus DD1 1SH

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  • 8.Neil Cuthbert & Partners

    Ninewells Hospital
    Dundee,Angus DD1 9SY

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  • 9.I.O Jarvis

    24-26 Arbroath Rd
    Dundee,Angus DD4 6EP

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  • 10.Boots Opticians Ltd

    49-53 High Street
    Dundee,Angus DD1 1UL

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  • Firmoo Answers

  • To get a pair of comfortable glasses, you shall pay attention to the glasses frames and lenses. The eyeglasses frames must the right sizes that fit for your face and head. And the materials for glasses frames must be good to touch. And glasses frames with nose pad are recommended. Again, to get comfortable vision, you'd better buy glasses lenses with your current prescription so as to get proper prescription lenses for your eyeglasses frames.

  • It includes different colored dots with numbers hidden inside for elder children. For the younger children, simple objects, such as circles, triangles and squares, hidden in the dots. For color-blind children, it’s really not easy for them to recognize the numbers or objects hidden inside the dots as well as distinguishes red, orange, yellow and green.

  • Personally, i never heard of it. But i just search online and find out there are some people online said that breast milk can help treat pink eyes. It is said that breast milk has been used by mothers to treat infectious conjunctivitis. And it works good. And,i also read online that she clean their hands and let her nipple rinsed with plain water. Then, she simply hand-expressed some milk into her daughter's eye. So, maybe you can try in this way. Good luck!

  • Actually, mm is short for millimeter. you can know the size of the sunglasses from website and take a reference to your old pairs. Then you can find a most suitable pair for yourself.

  • Yes, lacking sleep will cause your blurry vision. Your eyes may get dry and easily get red. You need to have the good rest for the eyes. You could use some eye drops to moisture the eyes. In addition, the warm compress is also a good way for you. You could also eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. You need to have the good rest for the eyes.

  • It is very risks the eyes if your grandfather got high eye pressure. Here are some natural ways hope can help him reduce eye pressure. First, You shall make him stay hydrated. It will help him reduce eye pressure if he keep drinking small amounts of water. Seconds, People with high stress can also in risks of high eye pressure. So, you shall try to lower his stress level. Third, caffeine is also an important factor to high eye pressure. That is too say, you need ask him reduce caffeine consumption. Fourth, to keep eye health with lower eye pressure, doing eye exercise is also a good way.

  • No you can't do like that, because the old contacts solution contain some harmful bacteria that will cause a potential eye infection. Of the 1,000 contact wearers polled for a recent research, 96 percent admitted to frequently reusing or topping off old solution. When a contact sits and soaks in solution, the mixture becomes depleted of its organism-killing biocide, rendering it ineffective for disinfecting your lenses, so you had better Opt for only fresh solution with every use.

  • Your doctor can refuse to release your contact lens prescription if:

    - the necessary examinations and follow-up checks have not been completed
    -you have not paid in full the examination fees
    -the final prescription has not yet been determined.
    -your contact lens prescription has expired
    -you haven't submitted permission to release contact lens records to the doctor

    If the above conditions have been met, then federal law requires eye doctors to release the contact lens prescription to the patient even if it's not requested by the patient in accordance with the Stark law.

  • No, it really depends on how you take care of them, and it also have risk to wear that, remember every coin has two sides. Continuous wear contact lenses are designed to be worn for extended period of time. The length of time you wear continuous wear contact lenses varies based on individual prescriptions, which is usually running for seven days to one month. You do not need to clean them or take them out during that time. The primarily benefit is the ability to wake up in the middle of the night and still have perfect vision. However, it has a greater risk of infection due to you do not clean them daily and even not take off them.