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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 Heywood of Lancashire. 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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  • The eye doctor will give you a complete eye exam including the machine that he will use to automatically measure your prescription and the eye chart which he will combined with the machine to determine your accurate prescription.

  • Why don't you buy glasses from Firmoo.com? Firmoo provides high quality glasses at affordable prices, and they even have First Pair Free. You can get your prescription at walmart and then shop your glasses at firmoo.

  • A vision screening is not a substitute for a comprehensive eye exam, because vision screenings generally test for distance acuity, or what a child can see at a distance of 20 feet. It does not test for eye function disorders and may miss astigmatism or blurred vision. A child who receives a 20/20 vision test result does not necessarily mean he or she can see to read.

  • Usually the high index lenses are more expensive than the common ones. The price of the high index lenses are various, ranging from $15 to $ 100. However, you'd better choose the medium and high price one which will not seem too thick. The too thick lenses will make you look nerd. Thus, you'd better choose the expensive ones.

  • The lenses keep ripping can be resulted from many reasons. Sometimes, eye dryness can make the lenses more prone to rip. So, another daily lens with more of a moistener are recommoned , which will help immensely. Using lubricated drops before wearing them is also great for you. What is more, your finger nails will grow too long to rip them. It is found that the contacts will keep sliding if your finger have a tiny amount of perfume residue. It is worth mentioning that washing your hands thoroughly with soap before your wear your lenses. Furthermore, rub your eyes several times to see if anything comes out. Some of them are not irritable so that you can not definitely feel it. Well, practice makes perfect. Have a good day.

  • Generally, eye exam costs can range from less than $50 (usually at a retail store or optical chain) to $100 or more (usually at a medical clinic or private eye doctor's office). Also, eye exams for contact lenses nearly always cost more than routine eye exams to update your eyeglasses prescription.

  • Avoid allergens such as dust, perfume, makeup, pet dander or contact lenses to get rid of allergies for they are easy to makes eyes itchy, sensitive and red. If you got an allergy, you can't rub your eyes immediately though they are very itchy. You can't apply warm or hot compresses on your irritated eyes for heat can increase the release of histamines (a kind of chemical) which can cause itching eyes. You can apply some artificial tears to flush the foreign objects out. If you flush them out but symptoms persist, you may need to see an eye doctor immediately.

  • Well, yes, flu can lead to swollen eyes, so you need to be careful about it. Generally speaking, when you suffer from flu, it is possible to have eye infection. And then eye infection can lead to swollen eyes. At this moment, you should not touch your eyes, especially with the fingers which have touched other dirty things. Or it can just make your situation more serious. To prevent it, you can also try some strawberry jam and cool used tea bags. Anyway, just pay more attention to flu.

  • My dad has presbyopia. He can't read a book without a pair of reading glasses. He used to tell me that he can see the things in the distance clearly while he can't view things in the nearby clearly. He told me that it was frustrating to sit down to a nice dinner and pull out the menu only to realize that the page is a blur. The print seems tiny and run together. He used to strain his eyes to make out an entree or two, but that doesn't work as he ages.

  • From your description, i know that you need some suggestion to buy eyeglasses almost use for seeing computer, reading and writing. So, you shall choose eyeglasses that should include anti-reflective coating. Also, some people called it as anti-glare treatment. The lenses can reduce the reflections of lights thus to help you reduce eye strain because of seeing too much computer screen. And to get more comfortable vision through the lenses, as you said, you can add some color tint on the lenses. As for the tint color choices, it depends on your personal preference. Generally, eye doctors recommend a light color to the lenses. If you also need some vision aids, consult your eye care professional before you buy the glasses. Hope this can help you.