Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Waterlooville of Hampshire

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Waterlooville 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.Helen Hill Optometrist

    39 Drift Rd Clanfield
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO8 0JS

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

    310 London Road
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7DU

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  • 3.Andrew Matheson

    20 London Rd Purbrook
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 5LJ

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  • 4.Jonathan C. Hobbs Opticians

    63 London Road
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7EX

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  • 5.Arnolds Opticians Ltd

    69 London Rd Cowplain
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO8 8UJ

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  • 6.Arnolds Opticians

    69 London Road Cowplain
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO8 8UJ

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  • 7.Peter Collins

    6 The Precinct London Rd
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7DT

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  • 8.Matheson Optometrist

    The Green Hambledon Rd Denmead
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 6NU

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  • 9.Large & Large Opticians

    8 Clock House St. Georges Walk
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7HE

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  • 10.Scrivens Opticians

    29 Wellington Way
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7ED

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  • Specsavers

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    310 London Road
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7DU

  • Helen Hill Optometrist

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    39 Drift Rd Clanfield
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO8 0JS

  • Andrew Matheson

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    20 London Rd Purbrook
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 5LJ

  • Arnolds Opticians Ltd

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    69 London Rd Cowplain
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO8 8UJ

  • Scrivens Opticians

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    29 Wellington Way
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7ED

  • Arnolds Opticians

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    69 London Road Cowplain
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO8 8UJ

  • Peter Collins

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    6 The Precinct London Rd
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7DT

  • Jonathan C. Hobbs Opticians

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    63 London Road
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7EX

  • Large & Large Opticians

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    8 Clock House St. Georges Walk
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 7HE

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    The Green Hambledon Rd Denmead
    Waterlooville,Hampshire PO7 6NU

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  • Actually the yellow light will not be so sensitive to eyes, like red ones or other ones. It will be suitable for people. However once your eyes are not that sensitive, you may easily get sleepy during night. Thus, the yellow light may be suitable for the bedroom, not suitable for the study room.

  • Silicone hydrogel contact lenses are a relatively new class of contact lens materials with high oxygen permeability — a characteristic that's good for your cornea, which needs high levels of oxygen to maintain eye health and good vision. Silicone hydrogels generally are lower in water content than traditional soft lenses, so they can be good contact lenses for dry eyes. If you are experiencing dryness with standard soft contact lenses, especially toward the end of the day, your eye doctor may recommend switching to silicone hydrogel lenses. Source: http://www.allaboutvision.com/contacts/lenses-dry-eyes.htm

  • Actually, the doctor will use a machine called phoropter to test your eyes. Moreover, there is a chart, on which there are a lot of letters with different size. If you can not see clearly, you more or less need a pair of eyeglasses to correct your vision.

  • The average price of the robert marc sunglasses is about $ 160. However, they can cost as high as $300. It is based on your actual needs to choose the suitable one. They are good at both the design and the quality. It is cool at the design. And it is durable to wear.

  • It is not normal. Your swollen eyes may be caused by the high pressure at the eye nerves. You may focus all yourself on the work in front of the computers. You should use some eye drops to release your symptom. You could also have the good rest for the eyes. Then you will find that your swollen eyes will get released.

  • I am suffering from the similar symptoms as you are. I had my eyes examined last week, my doctor told me that eye floaters are usually caused by small flecks of a protein that is called collagen. And as we age, the light-sensitive tissue in the back of the eye is not so sensitive. It causes the symptoms of eye floaters. It often occurs between ages 50 and 75. If you only have a few eye floaters, it does not indicate a serious eye problem. And the doctor told me that benign eye floaters never require medical treatment.

  • I think there are some benefits of wearing a pair of orange sunglasses. It helps to make you look fashionable. Bright colors are quite trendy this year, especially some fruit colors like green, yellow and orange. Secondly, the orange color will make your skin more bright and white and make you feel more young and energetic.