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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 Canterbury of Kent. 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.David Grimes Opticians

    44 St. Peters St
    Canterbury,Kent CT1 2BG

    David Grimes Opticians is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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

    59 St. Peters St
    Canterbury,Kent CT1 2BE

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  • laser eye surgery is commonly performed by ophthalmologists to correct near-sightedness, far-sightedness and astigmatism.Lasik is the most commonly practiced form of laser eye surgery as it has a quick healing and recovery time and is generally less painful than other types of corrective eye surgery. Lasik involves the surgeon cutting and lifting a thin flap of corneal tissue. The tissue beneath is re-shaped using a laser, and the flap is replaced back over the cornea and left to heal. The procedure is done while the patient is awake and anesthetic eye drops are used to make the procedure painless. After surgery, dark eye shields are worn to minimize brightness for several days, and goggles are worn at night to prevent the eye being rubbed, thereby dislodging the flap. Eyedrops are used several times a day to reduce inflammation and the risk of infection. After surgery, the eyesight will gradually improve over the following weeks, reaching its optimum after 1-3 months. Majority of patients report 20/20 vision at their 2nd day surgery follow up.

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  • Get a pair of glasses that fit you properly so that they won't fall off even when you are running. If your glasses are too loose, they are easy to slip off your nose when running, which is verry annoying. You can take your glasses back to the place you bought them and ask the worker there to adjust the glasses for you so that they can fit you exactly. A proper pair of glasses should be neither too tight nor too loose. As long as they fit you properly, they won't fall off again when running.

  • It should depend on what type of contacts you want. Usually the daily disposable contacts are better and more expensive. I got my contacts in a box (usually 6 pairs) for 30 dollars without insurance. They are daily disposable.

  • I think it's ok, they are all metal colours, should be fine to put together, but if gold sunglasses with precious stone or diamond is also perfect. Please look over dressing style and this is also important effect on the accessories matching.

  • Oh,sounds awful, but it is not likely that rubbing eyes can lead to eye wrinkles. Perhaps your friend should keep an eye on her skin and take some eye cream, that will be useful, also, do not forget to get some vegetables from time to time. Most importantly, always stay positive and happy.

  • Are you a contact lens user? If you are, you are easy to get dry eye. You can use artificial tear drops and ointments to solve your problem. But I think you can buy a pair of computer contact lenses too. They can prevent the reflections of computer screens. You can also reduce your symptoms by taking a short break or closing your eyes and moving your eyeballs up and down or side to side.

  • It sounds like hardly worthy of belief, but it's really possible to have two different eye colors. It's an unusual situation named heterochromia. In reality, our eye color is determined by the distribution of pigments. Hence, all the factors which influence this distribution will finally give rise to different eye colors. Professional terms called Binocular Heterochromia and Uniocular Heterochromia. There are two major reasons, one is presented by heredity, and the other stems from environment effects. I can even cite an instance for you. Jane Seymour, American actress, playing a famous role in "Live and Let Die", who have different eye colors, one hazel and one green. Besides, there are more persons who have different eye colors, you can check out online if you have interest.

  • Eye infections refer to infections caused by bacteria, virus or fungi. According to the different part of eyes infected, eye infections include conjunctivitis, iritis, and uveitis and so on. I don’t think it is a good idea to ignore it. We know that eyes are one of the most delicate organism in human body. We need to protect them as careful as possible. Although you might think infections are not serious problem, yet some of them would definitely lead to serious problem. For example, as to conjunctivitis, there are three types of conjunctivitis, bacterial, viral and allergic conjunctivitis. Normally speaking, conjunctivitis can heal soon even no treatment provided. Yet there is a possibility that eyes are infected by herpes, which is a very serious problem and can last for months or even years. Long time infections or inflammations can lead to some worse problem. So I think it is better to visit an eye oculist to find out what's the exactly problem and get proper treatment.

  • No, double vision can be caused by corneal problems, lens problems, muscle problems, nerve problems, and brain problems. It is true that menopausal women have greater chance of getting double vision, but that is not the cause of double vision. This is often associated with aging problem or illness like cataract,or macular degeneration.