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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 Durham of County Durham. 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.Costspex Opticians

    41 Dragonville Industrial Park Dragon Lane
    Durham,County Durham DH1 2XU

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

    24 Granville Terrace Wheatley Hill
    Durham,County Durham DH6 3JQ

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  • 3.L.J Robley

    22b Front St Framwellgate Moor
    Durham,County Durham DH1 5EJ

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  • 4.Alastair Wade Optometrists

    1 Croft View Lanchester
    Durham,County Durham DH7 0HY

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  • 5.Vision Express

    Unit 8 High St Prince Bishops Shopping Centre
    Durham,County Durham DH1 3UJ

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  • 6.Grundy & Naisbitt Ltd

    1 Sanderson St Coxhoe
    Durham,County Durham DH6 4DF

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  • 7.R.J Naisbitt Optometry

    Co-Op Buildings Hedley Terrace South Hetton
    Durham,County Durham DH6 2UE

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    24 Granville Terrace Wheatley Hill
    Durham,County Durham DH6 3JQ

  • Grundy & Naisbitt Ltd

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    1 Sanderson St Coxhoe
    Durham,County Durham DH6 4DF

  • Alastair Wade Optometrists

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    1 Croft View Lanchester
    Durham,County Durham DH7 0HY

  • L.J Robley

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    22b Front St Framwellgate Moor
    Durham,County Durham DH1 5EJ

  • Vision Express

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    Unit 8 High St Prince Bishops Shopping Centre
    Durham,County Durham DH1 3UJ

  • Costspex Opticians

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    41 Dragonville Industrial Park Dragon Lane
    Durham,County Durham DH1 2XU

  • R.J Naisbitt Optometry

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    Co-Op Buildings Hedley Terrace South Hetton
    Durham,County Durham DH6 2UE

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  • Sometimes I can see some handsome boys playing basketball wearing eyeglasses. I guess you still can wear glasses to play basketball, but you need pay attention to protect it when you clash with other team member when you do this kind of strenuous exercise. The better aid of your situation is to wear the contact lenses. It is soft as water drop and wear into your eyes, it is hard to drop out from your eyes in common use, and hard to be broken or fragile as it made of glasses. However, the contacts still have some disadvantages, as you must do not dirty the contacts as it will get your eyes inflammation. The last solution for you is to get the eyes surgery such as Lasik surgery to solve the problem once for all. However, the surgery still have some risk and need a periods of time to recover. However, every method has its disadvantage and advantage, and you may choose one suit yourself.

  • Parkinson's disease is a common disorder for middle-aged and elderly people. This is caused by the degeneration of the extrapyramidal motor system that further lead to some significant movement problems. But do far, i didn't heard that it can cause some side effects on the eyes. Although there are many patients who have poor vision when then disease progresses. But there is no evidence that Parkinson's disease causes it.

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  • A numbing drop will be placed in your eye, the area around your eye will be cleaned, and an instrument called a lid speculum will be used to hold your eyelids open.Your doctor may use a mechanical microkeratome (a blade device) to cut a flap in the cornea.If a mechanical microkeratome is used, a ring will be placed on your eye and very high pressures will be applied to create suction to the cornea.Your vision will dim while the suction ring is on and you may feel the pressure and experience some discomfort during this part of the procedure. The microkeratome, a cutting instrument, is attached to the suction ring. Your doctor will use the blade of the microkeratome to cut a flap in your cornea. Microkeratome blades are meant to be used only once and then thrown out. The microkeratome and the suction ring are then removed.Your doctor may use a laser keratome (a laser device), instead of a mechanical microkeratome, to cut a flap on the cornea.If a laser keratome is used, the cornea is flattened with a clear plastic plate. Your vision will dim and you may feel the pressure and experience some discomfort during this part of the procedure. Laser energy is focused inside the cornea tissue, creating thousands of small bubbles of gas and water that expand and connect to separate the tissue underneath the cornea surface, creating a flap. The plate is then removed.You will be able to see, but you will experience fluctuating degrees of blurred vision during the rest of the procedure. The doctor will then lift the flap and fold it back on its hinge, and dry the exposed tissue.

  • No. Although yellow tinted glasses help improve the contrast in low-light condition, they are not suitable for night driving because they can reduce the transmittance, which can affect the driver's vision. If you get yellow tinted glasses for night driving, you may find it hard to see things clearly. As far as I am concered, the best glasses for night driving is the regular glasses with anti reflective coating on them.

  • There are several possible causes of yellow in the iris. Inflammation inside the eye; loss of the some of the pigment making it look yellow or dull; circulation changes to the iris like diabetes and cholesterol. Any of these possible causes need to be examined by an eye doctor, Board Certified Optometrist or Ophthalmologist. If it is a change that has happened recently, then you should get it checked soon.

  • A pair of computer glasses can help solve your problems. Besides, you can give up using computers or try to limit the hour that you spend on playing computer games or working in front of the computer screen. I think TV and computer screen do great harm to our eyes. But people are reluctant to admit that their vision was impaired by computers, TV or other kind of high-tech products. These equipments help a lot in our daily lives and ruin our health as well. But have you noticed that we have spent too much time on them every day? Some of us just use them to kill time. Why not do some outdoor activities? That can help improve our health.

  • Puffy eyes are so noticeable in the morning and the swellings under eyes are also very terrible. People seek many ways to heal it. Well, rose water is one of solutions. Rose water is the hydrosol portion of the distillate of rose petals. Rose water has a very distinctive flavour and is used to whiten skin and reduce black and dark in skin. You just need to wash your swellings with warm rose water, your puffiness will reduce day by day. Additionally, rose water can also whiten your skin.

  • If you cannot remove the superglue from plastic the lens on your own, you can take your eyeglasses back to your optician. The worker there will help you fix your plastic lens for free.

  • The common symptoms of high eye pressure contain headache with nausea and vomit, the risk of glaucoma, etc. If your catch the high eye pressure, you may have pain in eye and the vision will decrease slowly. In general, people with high eye pressure are suggested that quit smoking, drinking wine and strong tea and spicy foods. Meanwhile, you should control water intake and never more than 300ml in order to a lot of water being absorbed in the short time by the blood, which may lead to high eye pressure and eye pain. Of course, here have some tips you may pay attention to: First, you can exercise your eyes regularly. Second, Vitamin B is helpful to your eye. Third, you can eat some fresh vegetables like laminaria japonica, wax gourd and black soybean, etc. Among them, honey can not only help decline the high eye pressure but also relax the bowels. Last but not least, you can drop some anti-inflammatory eye drops.