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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 Eastleigh of Hampshire. 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.ASDA Opticians

    Bournemouth Road Chandler's Ford
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO53 3YJ

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

    9 Leigh Road
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 9FG

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  • 3.LEIGHTONS OPTICIANS

    29 The Swan Centre
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 5SG

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  • 4.Rawlings Opticians

    10 The Parade Bournemouth Rd Chandlers Ford
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO53 3DB

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  • 5.D & A The Opticians

    48 Swan Centre Wells Place
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 5SG

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  • 6.Ashleigh Sight Care

    449 Fair Oak Rd Fair Oak
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 7AJ

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    10 The Parade Bournemouth Rd Chandlers Ford
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO53 3DB

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    Bournemouth Road Chandler's Ford
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO53 3YJ

  • Ashleigh Sight Care

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    449 Fair Oak Rd Fair Oak
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 7AJ

  • LEIGHTONS OPTICIANS

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    29 The Swan Centre
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 5SG

  • D & A The Opticians

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    48 Swan Centre Wells Place
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 5SG

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    9 Leigh Road
    Eastleigh,Hampshire SO50 9FG

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  • Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease in which the normally round cornea thins and begins to bulge into a cone-like shape. This cone shape deflects light as it enters the eye on its way to the light-sensitive retina, causing distorted vision. There are several factors that cause Keratoconus: an imbalance of enzymes within the cornea, overexposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun, excessive eye rubbing, a history of poorly fitted contact lenses and chronic eye irritation.Keratoconus can result in nearsightedness and/or astigmatism, those are all refractice errors. Eyeglasses cannot help to patient with keratoconus, but contact lenses can. Learn more at http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/keratoconus.htm

  • Whether wearing computer glasses all the time would do harm to your eyes or not, you shouldn't do that because the computer glasses are prescribed for seeing a computer screen only. If you wear them all the time, you will find things blurry when you view distant and you may get headache. So only use your computer glasses while looking at a computer screen only.

  • Use commercially available lens cleaning solution. This is the best option to remove stain from glasses, and can be bought from any eye glasses store or at the optometrist%u2019s office. The ingredients of the eye glass cleaner are a carefully guarded industry secret, but it is said to contain solutions that have anti-fogging, dust repellant, protective coating and anti-static properties. Not only is the solution designed to be mild enough not to affect the coatings on the lenses, but it is also designed to protect the eye glasses from any future harm. The actual cleaning process is as simple as spraying the cleaner on the lenses and wiping them with a soft micro-fiber cloth. If the commercial cleaner is unavailable, the next best way is to use regular hand soap. Make a solution of the soap by adding a few drops to a glass of water. This soap solution is mild enough to preserve any coating that may be on the lenses and still clean stain.

  • Well, generally speaking, you can just buy them in many places. And of course, you can choose them from online shop. I will suggest you buy them at http://www.firmoo.com/rimless-glasses.html. And it can be cheaper than other shops. And they only cost about 25 dollars. By the way, you should know that rimless glasses are good when you don't want to show that you are wearing glasses. And many people prefer rimless glasses for their attractiveness and convenience. Also, rimless eyewear has a natural look, and is graceful, lightweight and delicate. Anyway, just choose one pair you like.

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  • The sinus infection may easily cause the eyes to be dry. At the same time, it may let the eyes be weak at the immune system which could cause the eye infection easily. Thus, you'd better use the eye drops with anti-inflammation to make the eyes keep moisture. At the same time, you should not drink or smoke to intensify the sinus infection.

  • It is hard to tell whether uveitis can cause dizziness or not. Uveitis refers to inflammation of interior part of eyes. The uvea is composed of three parts, iris with a black hole in the center named as pupil; the second and third parts are invisible to us, called ciliary body and the choroid, which are behind of iris. There are many causes which might trigger uveitis. As to the symptoms of uveitis, it usually includes pain, redness, floaters of eyes, increased sensitivity to light, blurry and cloudy vision. We can find that uveitis is not a direct pathway to dizziness. But uveitis is a series of disorders, the underlying roots for uveitis might make you feel dizzy. Meanwhile, blurry and cloudy vision, eye floaters might make people stress and anxiety, which can make people dizzy too.

  • Yes, the health of your teeth and gums can dramatically affect your vision. I am seeing this more and more in clinic with varying eye conditions, from ocular lymphoma to glaucoma, and retinitis pigmentosa to uveitis. Increasing numbers of people are developing eye conditions that may result from tooth decay, mercury fillings and gum diseases. It's no coincidence that for many, the vision starts to go around the same that the teeth start falling and/or become problematic. There is no way that the fumes from mercury fillings cannot directly impact the health of the brain, eyes and rest of the body. I advise everyone with mercury fillings to consider getting them safely removed.

  • To postpone presbyopia, you should form a good habit of living habit. Don't stay up late and overuse your eyes. Keep nutritious diet and take more food high in Vitanmin A and C. Doing eye exercise everyday would also help. Remember to have your eyes examined regularly.

  • Well, generally speaking, it is possible to have itchy eyes when you suffer diabetes in your eyes. And as we know that for the symptoms of diabetes, there are some examples. For instance, people with this disease will have retinopathy, cataracts, and glaucoma. And according to some experts, retinopathy is the most common disease which is related to diabetes. But on the other hand, in some cases, your eyes will feel itchy too. So you need to take some ways to treat it. For example, you can have some cool teabags under your eyes. And just repeat it, and then it will be fine. Also, having some eye drops can be effective too. Anyway, just be careful about diabetes.