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MCGRATHS OPTICIANS

MCGRATHS OPTICIANS

0131 202 2775

Category: Optical Stores

11 Queensferry St
Edinburgh,Midlothian EH2 4PG

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  • About MCGRATHS OPTICIANS

McGraths Opticians were first formed in the 1930's. Since then we have flourished in the west end of Edinburgh forming a reputation encouraging our clients to return regularly for their eye care, bringing with them family and friends through recommendationsAt McGraths Opticians we believe that high quality frames are just as important as getting high quality lenses. We have a large range of luxury designer brand spectacle frames and sunglasses to select from. We are also proud to be Elite Clients of Luxottica Italy and also to be Oakley Specialists, meaning that we get to stock new releases first and Limited Edition models.We are proud to showcase a few of our most popular brands on this site but please visit us to see our full range of frames.As a varilux specialist optician, we are able to offer you the very latest technological advances. From single vision to varifocal lenses we can now offer you fully personalised lenses using the advanced VisiOffice system from Essilor.
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  • Polarized sunglasses are more protective than common sunglasses. Polarized sunglasses are filled with polarized lenses. Compared common sunglasses lenses, the polarized lenses can filter glares and reflective light. Also, the lenses can prevent UV rays and reduce intensive sunlight so as to provide people good and comfortable vision to see somethings.

  • Here's what I suggest: Go to Target for the exam and have them write the RX and then take it to Walmart to get the glasses. Their prices are good and you get a warranty.which is great because kids tend to break them.

  • No. Unlike a style, chalazion is a granuloma on your eyelid which is not infected or inflamed. It will remain the same way from now on. You can do nothing to help except for having it removed by surgery. The only way to eliminate it is surgery. You had better hurry up and have it removed surgically, otherwise it will be difficult to remove when it integrates into the tissue around it.

  • I doubt that. Usually it will take a long time to get any sign of improvement by doing eye exercise. Say about 3 months. But you don't have enough time. So I suggest you to let this chance go and find another chance. Meantime, practice your eyes with eye exercise. Maybe you can find a better job later. Hope you can get another chance soon!

  • Sometimes, the merchant will do some promotional activities for getting people's attention on their commodity. For obtaining better sales, there will be some free goods as the sample sack distributing to consumer. When consumer has tried to the goods, they will come back to buy new ones. However, these activities are not always available. You can go on this website https://www.freecontactlenssamples.com/ to have a try. Good luck!

  • Well, of course, your eyes will be red, when you suffer pink eye. It is impossible to have pink eyes when your eyes are not red. According to some experts, pink eye is a kind of inflammation and it is most commonly due to an infection or an allergic reaction.when it occurs, itchy eyes in one eyes or both eyes can be possible. Also, redness can happen too. By the way, a discharge in one or both eyes that forms a crust during the night that may prevent your eye or eyes from opening in the morning. Also, watery eyes can annoy you too.

  • A good pair of transition eyeglasses should turn dark completely within 40 seconds when they are exposed to UV light directly and can fade back to half clear within 2 minutes as soon as they are away from UV light. The photochromic lenses should be completely clear without any color tint when they turn clear completely. What's more, The two photochromic lenses should have the same state in color and there is no bubble and flaw in the lenses. A good pair of transition eye glasses can benefit you a lot. Hope you choose a good one.

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  • If you have a treatment timely and use the right way, amblyopia can be curable. The particularity of amblyopia prevention lies in its strong timeliness. If you treat timely, the effect is significant, if you miss the opportunity, you will regret. You should under the guidance of the doctor. The period of amblyopia treatment can be as short as 2-3 years, and as long as 7-8 years. Correction of refractive errors is not the basis for treatment, you should have optometry every six months. And you should also go to the hospital to review every 2-3 months to adjust treatment program timely. There are a variety of treatment of amblyopia. In addition to wear the right glasses, some treatments are not easy to accept, and people can not persist, such as occlusion therapy, it use a black cloth cover one eyes with good eyesight, which force to use eye with anblyopia to see thing. If both of your eyes have amblyopia, you can cover your eye alternately. There are also a lot of other treatments for amplyopia, but no matter what kind of treatment, you should under the guidance of the doctor, and have a regular review.