Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Burntwood of Staffordshire

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Burntwood of Staffordshire. 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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  • Colin Lee Opticians

    2 Swan Island Shopping Precinct Chase Rd
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 0DW

  • D & A The Opticians

    Unit 14 Burntwood Town Centre Cannock Rd Chase Terrace
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 1JR

  • Boots Opticians Ltd

    Unit 14 Burntwood Town Centre Cannock Road Chase Terrace
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 1JR

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    1.Colin Lee Opticians

    2 Swan Island Shopping Precinct Chase Rd
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 0DW

    Colin Lee Opticians is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

    Optical stores in Burntwood offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Burntwood 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.D & A The Opticians

    Unit 14 Burntwood Town Centre Cannock Rd Chase Terrace
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 1JR

    D & A The Opticians is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 3.Boots Opticians Ltd

    Unit 14 Burntwood Town Centre Cannock Road Chase Terrace
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 1JR

    Boots Opticians Ltd is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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  • Boots Opticians Ltd

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    Unit 14 Burntwood Town Centre Cannock Road Chase Terrace
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 1JR

  • D & A The Opticians

    D & A The Opticians is 0-star0 Reviews

    Unit 14 Burntwood Town Centre Cannock Rd Chase Terrace
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 1JR

  • Colin Lee Opticians

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    2 Swan Island Shopping Precinct Chase Rd
    Burntwood,Staffordshire WS7 0DW

  • Firmoo Answers

  • If you have diabetics, you had better not to wear contact lenses, because it is bad for your eyes. You may get blurry vision and dry eyes. When your blood glucose is under control for a couple weeks, you need to get an eye exam and get the prescription eyewear. Otherwise, you would suffer from some eye problems.

  • Colored light bulbs can cause much harm to the eyes by damaging the visual function and disturbing the function of cerebral nerves. The colorful lights will do harm to the retina and the iris of the eyes, and cause the sharp decrease in your vision, and sometimes even lead to cataracts. Therefore, you had better stay away the colorful lights as possible as you can. If you have to stay in such kind of conditions, you had better wear a pair of safety goggles against the radiation. And remember to do as much as you can eye acupoint massage to reduce the conditions of dry eyes, eye congestion and so on. In addition, you can also apply some eye drops to your eyes,while be careful not to use too much in case of becoming too dependent on the eye drops, because the human body is an intelligent system which can self-repair. Besides, pay attention to your personal eye hygiene, for example, wash your hands each time before you have to touch your eyes, do not use your fingers to touch your eyeballs, do not wear eye contacts or cosmetic contact lenses for too long a time. And if possible, you had better put potted plants in the corners of the place to help clean the air and reduce the eye fatigue.

  • Yes you can. Use a very soft kleenex and rub lightly to dry. If you do like this they wouldn%u2019t scratch the plastic lenses.

  • Yes, a scratch on cornea must be painful but it would be recovered soon if not hurt much. BUT if it doesn't recover in few days and still be painful, go to your MD for help. And don't wear your contacts anymore until your eye is fully healed.

  • Yes. Ereaders can be bad for the eyes. No matter for kids or adult, too much read at ereaders can damages eyes. If you read for a long period of time on ereaders, you may suffer from sore eyes, tired eyes as well as dry eyes etc. If your eyes always stay such condition, it is likely cause vision problems such as myopia, presbyopia as well as astigmatism etc.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to get visual snow from stress because of damages of eyes nerves. In addition, stress will also cause some serious eye problems. Your eyes will be red and dry. The stress will always make your eyes see in blurry state. You'd better protect the eyes carefully. You need to have the good rest and relax yourself. You must keep the good mood.

  • It should not make your eyesight worse if your prescription is right. If you have slight nearsightedness, you don't need to wear them all the time otherwise you will be more dependent on them.

  • There are several suggestions for you. First of all, you should choose the specific cleaner that is made for photochromic sunglasses or can be used for most sunglasses. Secondly, you should use a piece of soft cloth to clean your sunglasses instead of using your fingers. Because there are a lot of bacteria and dirts on your hands. At last, you'd better develop a habit of cleaning your sunglasses very often.

  • Commonly diabetes is described as too much sugar in blood vessels. This condition often occurs among 40s to 50s aged people. People who suffer diabetes will get blurry vision. That's because the blood vessels in eyes afford high pressure which is possible to damage nerves. And an oculist said that diabetes is hard to cause yellow eyes. The most common factor which leads to yellow eyes is due to liver. Diabetes can cause side effect on liver. As we all known, liver diseases may be caused by alcohol, meet and so on. If someone gets liver diseases, the prominent symptoms are thin and yellow. So your yellow eyes are possible for liver diseases. But you need to pay attention to your health in any condition. Health is above all. Plus, if you really get diabetes, do not eat many foods which contain high sugar. And you'd better follow your doctor's suggestions to keep eye sight.

  • A number of factors account for the watering eye. The most common cause is a blocked tear duct due to a gradual narrowing of the upper end of the tear duct or persistent mild inflammation. If you are in a sad mood, you can feel like crying. Or perhaps some foreign objects such as onions, fumes or eyelashes enter into your eye, causing the eye to water as a protective reflex to clear irritants away from the eye. If it is a mild symptom caused by eye irritation, you can remove the irritants and drip over-the-counter topical anti-allergy drops to make you feel better. Or you can apply warm compresses over your eyes to help promote the drainage of the blockage. In some serious case, you should go to hospital for an overall examination and your eye doctor will decide whether you should receive a treatment with an operation.