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    1.Eyesentials Ltd

    70 Hough Lane
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 2YB

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

    117 Towngate
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 2LQ

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  • 3.Leyland Opticians

    78 Hough Lane
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 2YB

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  • 4.Wrights Opticians Ltd

    5 Chapel Brow
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 3NH

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    78 Hough Lane
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 2YB

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    70 Hough Lane
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 2YB

  • Ian Shaw Opticians

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    117 Towngate
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 2LQ

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    5 Chapel Brow
    Leyland,Lancashire PR25 3NH

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  • There are two kind of test, you may have a try.The first is to hold a light in front of your face and note the reflections in each eye. If those reflections are symmetrical, you likely do not have a 'lazy eye', or what we call a strabismus. If the reflections are not symmetrical, move on to the next test. The next test is to cover the 'good' eye with a 3x5 card. Remove the card paying close attention to the uncovered eye. If you have a strabismus, the 'lazy eye' will move away from it's central position. Needless to say, you will need somebody to observe your eyes during both tests, because you won't be able to observe your own eyes.

  • It may be caused by dry eyes. Dry eye is characterized by insufficient moisture or lubrication in the eye or in the features that protect the eye, according to the Eye Care Source website. A dryness in the eyes and surrounding area are commonly associated with dryness of other mucous membranes, tear production or excessive tear production. Often the dryness and soreness results from constantly wiping away excess tears from your eyes. The corner of your eyes may get irritated, burn or feel gritty and the skin may swell or flake. Hydrated skin has plump cells, but when the skin dries out, those cells shrivel and fine lines may appear. The treatment used most often for dry eyes is over-the-counter artificial tears. Whether it's eye drops that provide temporary relief or prescription drops for long-term use, treatment for dry eyes depends on which works best for you.

  • Yes, sometimes wearing glasses will make our face look thinner. If slimming is the name of your style game, then choose an eyeglass frame that is the opposite shape of your face. For example, if you have a squarer jaw line or sharp angles on your face, you%u2019ll want an eyeglass frame with an oval or round shaped lens. Likewise, if your face is circular %u2014 you%u2019ll get the biggest thinning effect from a frame that has sharper angles or a more rectangular shaped lens.

  • Well, yes, it is possible to have dilated pupils when you get a concussion. As we know that it you have a concussion, your brain function is temporarily affected, at times causing pupil dilation even in light. So in other words, we can say that a concussion can cause dilated pupils, because the condition interferes with the message delivery system in the brain. And if you get dilated pupils, it will make you more sensitive to light and may cause additional vision problems. Also, high blood pressure, hyperventilation, muscle tensions are the most common ones which can be related to dilated pupils. So just be careful to avoid having them.

  • There are many possibilities leading to watery eyes, for examply the most common one, eye dryness. I don't believe that watery eyes could be a sign of pregnancy. Eye dryness is a very common experiences for most of us. It might be caused by some infections, allergic reaction, eye strain or dry air. Pregnancy could cause fluctuation of estrogen, but it is not a very common symptom that every pregnant women would experience. I believe that doctor can't tell you are pregnant just based on watery eye either. I suggest you to have a examination on it. To treat your watery eyes, you need to find out what caused it. If it is infections, you need to take some treatment to the infections. If it is eye dryness, then drink more water and apply some warm compress.

  • As we all known, the pigmentation of the eye's iris and the frequency-dependence of the scattering in the stroma of the iris decide our eye colors. Eye color is permanent so that you must take some artificial ways to change it if you want to do. Well, if your eyes change into yellow, the most possible factor is something wrong with your eyes or liver. The famous one factor is jaundice. When the whites of our eyes and possibly our skin develop a yellowish color, which is commonly called jaundice. Jaundice makes our eyes yellow, sometimes even our palms and soles of the feet may become yellow. Plus, it is said that too much vitamin A in body will also cause yellow in eyes and skin. There is no any effective way to reduce yellow in your eyes except medicines and surgery.

  • Well, yes, in my opinion, astigmatism can just lead to eye floaters in some degree. First, you should know that astigmatism is merely a visual condition of the eye that is caused by its shape. And according to some researches, astigmatism is the result of an eye, which has two different powers, and it splits the focus point into two different partial focus points. And then, some symptoms can occur. For example, eye floaters, blurry vision, shadow images, eye muscle spasms, eyestrain, and headaches can be possible. So it can be very dangerous to have it. Of course, you can just wear contact lenses to correct it, and contact lenses can be better than glasses.

  • People want to use raw steaks to help cure their black eyes. I don't know whether this works or not. But I think it is dangerous to put raw steaks on their eyes because the bacteria on the raw steaks may cause an eye infection. The bruise on their eyes will go away on its own and don't need any special treatment. If they got serious black eyes, they may need to see an eye doctor other than put raw steaks on their eyes.

  • With a full name of Laser In-Situ Keratomileusis, LASIK is usually performed to correct myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. Among all of the surgeries, only LASIK cuts a corneal flap during the surgery. LASIK uses a laser to apply the corneal tissue under the flap. In this way the corneal surface can be reshaped. In other words, a necessary amount of corneal tissues are removed. Until now, LASIK is the most popular vision eye surgery among the public. PRK (Photo Refractive Keratectomy) is another popular choice. This procedure is also capable of curing nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism in mild and moderate forms. PRK involves no corneal cutting. During a PRK surgery, a laser delivers cool pulses of ultraviolet light directly on the cornea. During this process, the corneal surface will be reshaped. As a forerunner of LASIK, PRK is also a popular option today.

  • Well, uveitis is inflammation of the 'uvea' of the eye. And also, there are several factors which can lead to uveitis, including autoimmune disorders, such as sarcoidosis, rheumatoid arthritis, infections and trauma. Well, in common, you can just use some eye drop to reduce inflammation. On the other hand, iris is made up of muscular fibers that control the amount of light entering the pupil, in that way, you can see clearly. And when it is inflamed, we will say the ititis occur. And when you have suffered much stress, it can just affect your eyes, leading to iritis. And when you get iritis, there are some symptoms which you may suffer from. For example, pain in the eye may occur.