Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Chesterfield of Derbyshire

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Chesterfield of Derbyshire. 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.Specsavers

    2 Burlington Street
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1RR

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

    19 Middle Pavement
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PA

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  • 3.Portland Optical Group

    20 Mill St Clowne
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S43 4JN

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  • 4.Vision Express

    Vicar Lane Shopping Centre
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PY

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  • 5.Optical Express

    39 Low Pavement
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PB

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  • 6.Elliott A.G & Heath R.A

    79 Newbold Rd
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S41 7QA

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  • 7.Boots Opticians Ltd

    1 Low Pavement
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PF

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  • 8.Insight Eye Care & Contact Lens Centre

    7 Packers Row
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1RB

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  • Optical Express

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    39 Low Pavement
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PB

  • Watson & Jenkins Opticians

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    19 Middle Pavement
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PA

  • Boots Opticians Ltd

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    1 Low Pavement
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PF

  • Insight Eye Care & Contact Lens Centre

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    7 Packers Row
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1RB

  • Vision Express

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    Vicar Lane Shopping Centre
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1PY

  • Portland Optical Group

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    20 Mill St Clowne
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S43 4JN

  • Specsavers

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    2 Burlington Street
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S40 1RR

  • Elliott A.G & Heath R.A

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    79 Newbold Rd
    Chesterfield,Derbyshire S41 7QA

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  • It is really very hard to make your eyes look bigger if you don't wear eye makeup or take plastic surgery. If you want to get good-looking eyes, you shall get good sleep, take balance nutrition food, and have a regularly life. It may make your eyes look bright and fine. But it won’t make your eyes bigger. If you want to have a attracting look, you’d better wear eye makeup.

  • Firstly, I gotta say, I am so sorry to hear that, because once upon a time , I had the same problem with you , and I was puzzled at this phenomenon. However, I came to realize and know that it is because my eyes are too dry that the lenses tend to drop out my eyes!!! That's where the problem lies. So, there are some things you should know. When you have dry eyes, contacts are likely to fall out, for it is the water in your eyes make them attached. So, you should keep your eyes moist and reduce the time wearing contacts, and things could be settled.

  • As we know that the loss of clear central vision can rob a person of the ability to read, drive and recognize people's faces even without causing total blindness. Comparing with central vision loss, Peripheral vision loss is a kind of disease that makes you look things difficultly in short time or even a long time. For the cause of this kind of disease, it can be glaucoma or migraine. Then till now there is no effective way which can be used to heal it , but on the other hand ,we can take a lot of measures to prevent or relieve the symptoms .for example , you can wear a special glasses which is just designed for you.

  • Sometimes when you run or do some other sports, you blood pressure will get high and the circulation of your blood will increased, it may be some kind normal. But if is very red and very serious, you may have the eye problem of red eye, which is an inflammation or infection of the eyes, so you need to go to see the doctor and have some tests.

  • Of course yes. Actually, every foreign bodies getting into eyes will cause red eyes, let along sperms. People always might not want to call their doctor for advice due to embarrassment because the fact that sperms does sometimes get in people’s eyes either during sex play with a partner or during men's private masturbation. So you need to rinse the affected eye or eyes with warm water. Sperms clumps easily and quickly. Try not to rub your eyes, which will cause further irritation. If you feel painful, please do not hesitate to see your doctor.

  • Hello, actually according to some research, everyone has one eye that is bigger than the other. The only difference is that sometimes it is more noticeable when the eyes are tired or strained. But in some situations, some eye problems can also cause your situation if you feel some other discomfort about your eyes, so to make sure, you can go to see the doctor and have a thorough checking.

  • Maintaining eye exercises every day can help keep the eye muscles active and capable. In fact, vision loss results from the stiffening of capillary muscles in the eyes. It is quite necessary to prevent eye muscle stiffness and cramps. Experts say that stretching is the right way to perform this task. Stretching can help maintain the eyes' normal functions by enabling them to move normally. In this way, vision declining caused by body aging can be slowed down.

  • I know this is old-- just answering for other visitors that happen to be seeing this 5 years later (lol). Because glasses use bent lenses, what Marc said is true. (Though they did word it as if you had to take the glasses off of a person's face to tell...) Looking through a slightly bent lens will either make an eye seem bigger or smaller. It won't seem like you are looking through a piece of plastic or straight glass, like a window. Of course, no glasses are bent so much that they basically cup your eye, so it might be hard to tell if you don't know someone's actual eye size. The simplest way to tell if they are prescription glasses or not is to literally just check if their glasses are a tad dirty. (Fingerprints, dust, etc.)If a person can't see without glasses, you better believe they will be cleaning those things every 10 minutes.

  • It is possible to cause some eye problems because of taking plane. If you are taking plane, your eyes may suffer from dry eyes. Air temperature and motion, radiant heat level, moisture, and concentration of pollutants such as dust, microorganisms and gases, all of which can be a source of dry eyes.

  • There are several reasons can contribute to different eye color, so let me name a few. First the reason is Pigmentation, which means the iris contains the colored pigment that determines a person's eye color. Many babies' eyes change color as they grow older. It is common for a baby's blue eyes to change to brown in about a 3-year period as the brown pigment (known as melanin) becomes present later in life. It is uncommon for melanin to be present in newborns. And another reason is most commonly know as Genetics, The formation of eye color is a complex, scientific issue that involves multiple possibilities of combinations of genes received from both parents. So as you can see the area you born and the ancestors of you may decide your eye color.