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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 Hove of East Sussex. 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.PETER MARSON OPTOMETRIST

    188 Church Rd
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 2DJ

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

    84 George Street
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 3YE

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  • 3.The Eyecare Centre

    156 Church Rd
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 2DL

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  • 4.Ingram & Schofield

    52 Boundary Rd
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 4EF

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  • 5.Boots Opticians Ltd

    66 Boundary Road
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 5TD

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  • Ingram & Schofield

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    52 Boundary Rd
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 4EF

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    84 George Street
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 3YE

  • Boots Opticians Ltd

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    66 Boundary Road
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 5TD

  • PETER MARSON OPTOMETRIST

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    188 Church Rd
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 2DJ

  • The Eyecare Centre

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    156 Church Rd
    Hove,East Sussex BN3 2DL

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  • I know so many parents take photos for their babies. But nowadays ophthalmologists remind us that when baby’s eyes face to face with light, there is a high energy visible light wavelengths from 400 to 500 nm, called “blue light”, which is more harm than ultraviolet light for the child's eyes, eyes may increase the old age the risk of macular disease, it might even cause permanent vision damage. In addition, strong direct sunlight is likely to hurt the baby's eyes, too. So, you’d better not to use flash photography within a 1 - year-old baby and should not make babies stare into the sun or strong light sources such as lamps.

  • I haven't heard that any eye drops can do that. Maybe there isn't that kind of eye drops. Don't trust lemon juice or honey. There are acid in them. You may hurt your eyes. The color of our eyes will change slowly as we age. You don't need to seek other ways to change it. But you can wear a pair of colored contacts. This can help change the color of your eyes. But they may not fit you because you do regular eye drops which means you often suffer from dry eyes. Contacts will lead to dry eyes so they will make the situation even worse.

  • You should. Actually, I would suggest you get an eye doctor immediately. Computer vision, unlike anything else, has a particular required focal length which differs from both reading focal points and distance vision focal points. For a person who has already the need to put on corrective eyewear to see clearly, prescription is definitely needed for computer glasses. Anti-glare is good since it reduces the bad effects those glare from your computer can cause to your eyes. But, do remember to get your glasses prescribed before you go to the store.

  • Anti-glare glasses are special glasses designed to help reduce and relieve eye strain caused by looking at a computer for a period of time. When you stare at a computer screen, it forces your eye muscles to remain in one position. Generally, this position is also at a strenuous level. Anti-glare glasses help to reduce this strain. Anti-glare glasses help reduce the amount of strain your eyes feel by reducing the convergence of your eyes and by helping to reposition your eyes to a more comfortable position. This reduces the strain placed on the muscles in your eyes, as well as the tension your eyes experience. In addition, anti-glare glasses help reduce the amount of ultraviolet radiation that reaches your eyes, and they do not magnify the light like traditional eyeglasses do. Source: http://www.wisegeek.com/do-i-need-anti-glare-glasses.htm

  • Compared with other contact lenses, I also prefer the toric contact lenses. If you want to buy the toric contact lenses, you could buy online because the price is suitable there. The online average price is about $35 to 50 per box. You may go to the famous ebay or amazon to have a look. There must be such ones.

  • Try using this lens cleaner that my friend had me try. Its all natural and works great for cleaning contact lenses that cause irritation. It only takes a few seconds and it works great every time! Its the best thing i have ever used and it makes your contacts feel like they are brand new. You can find it at this website: http://www.rubandrevive.com/products/rubandrevive-all-natural-contact-cleaning-rub

  • Here are some tips: 1.You can wear black cosmetic contact lenses. Many asian girls wear black cosmetic lenses to make the eyes big and kawaii. 2.Line your eyes with black eyeliner. Add on around the whole eyes. Asian girls use black eyeliner to make their eyes charm. 3.Eyelash is important too. Put on black mascara. 4. No need to put on eye shadow cause many asian girls dont wear either. It is done and perfect already. Anyway, you can wear eye shadow if you like.

  • Depends on the distance from the eye, the pressure in the can and any contaminants in the can.If very powerful, fully loaded and close up, one might do significant damage. A single casual blast of canned air perhaps might do no harm and be of no consequence. I would caution to avoid this activity or risk. So, you need to rinse your eyes to dilute it for about 15-20 minutes until you feel a bit comfortable. Repeated it for several times and you will be Ok. If there are red or blurring vision or any other pain, you need to consult your eye doctor.

  • Generally speaking, with the increase of your age, sagging eyelids would appear as a result of loss of skin elasticity. Besides, other causes such as fatigue, pressure and smoking can worsen your condition. Here are some tips for your consideration. 1. Live a healthy and regular life. Avoid drinking too much coffee and tea, and give up smoking. 2. Drink more water and keep your skin moist. 3. It is important to keep a good mood and lead a positive attitude to life. 4. Try to guarantee enough sleep and avoid staying up. 5. Put slices of cold on your eyes, and relax for several minutes. Hope helpful for your condition.

  • Of course, yes. I just took my old glasses to my local store and asked them to process my new rx glasses according to the prescription of the old ones. But if you've got your prescription for a long time, more than 1 year or even longer, i suggest you take a new eye exam.