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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 Nairn of Morayshire. 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.Duncan & Todd

    109 High Street
    Nairn,Morayshire IV12 4DB

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

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    109 High Street
    Nairn,Morayshire IV12 4DB

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  • I just received my 2 frames from Ozeal.I waited a month but I am more than satisfied.They are beautiful frames and at a great price. After I ordered I came across some very negative reviews so I decided to contact them via email when I didn't receive a confirmation email. They immediately got back to me. I ordered 2 frames (without the prescription) and unfortunately one of the frames were out of stock.They contacted me and asked me to choose another which I did. This would be my only complaint that perhaps they can make a change to make sure the frames are in stock but other than that I just say have patience because for the price you really are going to get an amazing pair of glasses. I'd definitely order from them again but you have to be prepared to wait a bit, but it is well worth it.

  • Pink eye is common and not severious, even you can be okay without any treatment option in 4-7 days. But it is still underlying eye disorders for further eye problems. During your condition, you'd better not drop any eye drops into eyes to help with swelling or apply any oils on skin that under eyes. Just place some cucumber slice on eyes to reduce swelling and eating some fresh fruits to take vitamin supllements.

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  • Well, it seems that you have a lack of knowledge about photophobia, so as you can see it is such a terrible disease that nobody would like to make it a companion. So, it is resulted from some problems with your eyes including corneal or pupil or something, or your immune system. Anyway, it is not a deadly disease, but it would make you suffer a lot if not properly taken care of. Good luck.

  • You can prevent Scuba Diving goggles From Fogging by following these steps:Pre-treat the goggles with solution,right before you dive, rub your solution of choice on the inside of the goggles, then rinse them in the water;Establish an airtight seal when putting on your goggles. There shouldn't be any hair between them and your face, as even one strand can compromise the seal. Clean your goggles regularly in between dives. Toothpaste and water works just fine for cleaning them at home. It's important, however, that you don't let the goggles air dry, as this will create spots. Towel them off instead.

  • Well, I don't know what brand they belong to. But there are many this kind of sunglasses in eyeglasses stores. If you like, you can buy them in any eyeglasses shops or online. I think blue sunglasses with yellow frames are more outstanding. Maybe this is the reason why so many people have a crash on them.

  • Yes, suitable amount of black tea may be good for your pink eyes because of the quickening role of the blood circulation. Your pink eyes should also be treated through the medical care and good habit of life which will make your recovery get well soon. You should drink more water to make your eyes moisture.

  • I'd like to tell you a story. Once upon a time, there was a boy who didn't want to eat carrots. His father told him that carrots which are rich in vitamin A are good for his eyes. But he didn't believe that so the father quip," You've never seen a rabbit wearing glasses, have you?" Though that is not the real reason, but the carrots which are rich in vitamin A is best known for its role in maintaining good vision. There are four types of photopigments in human retina. It is a place to store vitamin A compounds. They can help us to see things clearly especially when we are in the dark room. You can buy vitamin pills in any chemist's shops. It is recommended that daily allowances for Vitamin A range from 700 mcg for women to 900 mcg for men. As for children, it is 300 mcg for ages 1-3 years, 400 mcg for ages 4-8 years, and 600 mcg for ages 9-13.

  • A most common cause of red eyes or bloodshot eyes is vitamin A deficiency. The trait of vitamin A deficiency is poor recovery and repeat infection. The symptoms of vitamin A deficiency include damaged dark visual adaption, nightblindnesss, dry conjunctiva, dry cornea, chronic conjunctivitis, red eyes or bloodshot eyes, cataracts and so on. People who have vitamin A deficiency should take in a diet of food with more vitamin A like animal livers, vegetables especially carrots and fish.

  • It is very difficult to repair broken frames yourself. Ask your optometrist if there is a company in your town that repairs frames and price them out. They usually cost little money and they do a pretty good job.