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Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Cambridge of Cambridgeshire. 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.Optical Express

    39-41 Petty Cury
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 3NB

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    Optical stores in Cambridge offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Cambridge 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.All Eyes Dispensing Opticians

    10a The Causeway Burwell
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB25 0DU

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  • 3.Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

    30 New Road
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB24 9EL

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  • 4.Specsavers

    13 Fitzroy Street
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB1 1ER

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  • 5.Boot the Opticians

    20-21 Lion Yard
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 3NA

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  • 6.Boots Opticians Ltd

    20-21 Lion Yard
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 3NA

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  • 7.Eyelink Cambridge Ltd

    23 Hills Rd
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 1NW

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  • Boots Opticians Ltd

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    20-21 Lion Yard
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 3NA

  • Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

    Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital is 0-star0 Reviews

    30 New Road
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB24 9EL

  • Eyelink Cambridge Ltd

    Eyelink Cambridge Ltd is 0-star0 Reviews

    23 Hills Rd
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 1NW

  • All Eyes Dispensing Opticians

    All Eyes Dispensing Opticians is 0-star0 Reviews

    10a The Causeway Burwell
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB25 0DU

  • Specsavers

    Specsavers is 0-star0 Reviews

    13 Fitzroy Street
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB1 1ER

  • Optical Express

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    39-41 Petty Cury
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 3NB

  • Boot the Opticians

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    20-21 Lion Yard
    Cambridge,Cambridgeshire CB2 3NA

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  • In most cases,I don't like wearing sunglasses except in sunny and hot days.I think some people may have a reason for wearing sunglasses in most of time.I guess they may just want to hide their faces so that they will not be recognized by other people.On the other hand,wearing sunglasses can make people hard to make other people tell who u r and in my opinion,everyone looks like a star when he or she wears a pair of sunglasses.

  • If you are working with hazardous chemicals or anything that might break and send small particles into the air, you need safety glasses or safety goggles to avoid getting something in your eyes. You might not realize that hazardous particles floating around can damage your vision; however, irritation, scratching, or even blindness can also occur when the eye is left unprotected.

  • Yes, when you have sinusitis, it will affect your vision. So you should pay more attention to them. As we know that sinusitis refers to inflammation of the sinuses that occurs with a viral, bacterial, or fungal infection. You should know the cause of sinusitis. The classic symptoms of acute sinusitis in adults usually follow a cold that does not improve. To treat it, the common way is to apply a warm, moist washcloth to your face several times a day. If the situation is still serious, I suggest you should go and see your eye doctor. So that you can take a medical treatment.

  • The lenses might have some wonder coating on them. You have been using some chemical that is eating away the wonder coating. Something in the oils your are using, for example ATF which will take off paint, is eating the lens.

  • Yes, polarized sunglasses are more protective than common sunglasses. They have an incredible ability to cut glare and prevent UV rays. And the best polarized sunglasses shall have polarizer film that sandwiched between two layers of glass. And when it refers to buy polarized sunglasses, Oakley sunglasses are recommended. For me, Oakley Fives Squared polarized sunglasses are the best for me for bothe protection and handsome look.

  • Yes, you need to pass a vision test when you apply for a driver license or renew your license. The test must show that you have visual acuity of at least 20/40 based on the Snellen Visual Acuity Scale in either or both eyes with or without corrective lenses. You may take a vision test at a DMV office or your vision test results may be submitted to DMV. If you have low income, here I suggest you to take an eye exam at Walmart vision center which is much lower than the other independent optometrist. It will cost you around $50 to have a vision test. Hope this helpful.

  • To treat congenital cataract, the best way, i think, maybe surgery that have the possibility to cure your congenital cataract permanently. But i also heard that patients with visual acuity test scores of better than 20/200 are not suggested to take cataract surgery by doctors. But there still some people with better vision take such surgery. So, you shall get your eye checked and ask advices for the doctor who knows better about your eyes than anyone online.

  • Hello, it depends on your condition of stye. If you just got a red, itchy bump on your eyelid and felt not very server, you can still go to school though it is a little bit not good-looking. While if it burns, very server, it is highly needed for you to stay at home, since it is highly contagious. You need a good treatment at home.

  • There is substantial overlap. Pink eye is an infectious form of conjunctivitis, most often caused by viruses but also caused in some cases by bacteria. The most important form of non-infectious conjunctivitis is allergic, usually recognizable by mild redness, substantial itching and no discharge.