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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 Leek 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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    1.D & A The Opticians

    44 Derby St
    Leek,Staffordshire ST13 6HN

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    Optical stores in Leek offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Leek 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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  • You'd better take care of your eyes because it is so tender. When eyes are injured, your vision will be blurred resulted from pupil edema, congestion. The best way is to go to professional hospital in time and check out carefully, if your eyes are really hurt. Otherwise, if you missed the best treatment condition, there's a potential for further damage for your eyes. GO TO THE HOSPITAL ASAP!

  • It is a little expensive for a pair of titanium eyeglasses to cost $1000. Generally titanium eyeglasses should cost no more than $500. But if it is a desinger one, it is normal for that price.

  • I bought them from this site: http://www.oakley.com/en/mens/prescription-eyewear/category/m12 Fake star, I hope for your help.

  • Well, generally speaking, you will feel uncomfortable when your channel sunglasses are too loose, and they often slid off from your eyes. At this moment, you should try some ways to tighten it. First, you should Put on your eyeglasses and, and look in the mirror. And then you just need identify precisely where the frame problems occur. Then the important step is coming. You should tighten the screws on your eyeglasses. Besides, for the sake of safety, just adjust the arms of the eyeglasses in a careful, slow way. Also, the tool such as a pair of needle-nose pliers is necessary. Finally, you can make a small, corrective bend in one arm at a time. Anyway, you can just have a try. But on the other hand, I will suggest you console it with a professional person.

  • Of course, you can. However, firstly, you need to get your prescription at first and then take your reading glasses to the local eyeglasses store and get your reading lenses out and replace it with prescription eyeglasses. Hope this helpful.

  • Yes, there are some ways can help you get rid of your droopy eyes, which can impair your vision and make you look tired. First, get enough rest, at least 8 hours of sleep per night. Second, take a control of your alcohol consumption and not take cigarette. Third, you can use translucent, hypo-allergenic bandage tape to open up your eyelid. Fourth, you can wear adjusted eyeglasses to keep your eyelid from drooping. At last, you can take a surgery to tighten your eyelids.

  • If you want to buy the real juicy couture sunglasses, you'd better go to the franchise store where can guarantee the real ones. If you have already buy one, you can check its brand print. Then you can observe carefully the detailed manual work of it. Last of all, you can put it on the table to see its balance. If they are fake, there must be some flaw that you will find.

  • Don't worry it so much.No matter what is happening in your life, be cheerful,optimistic and positive.A good mentality is the most important! But that's not enough,you have to develop a good life habit and pay attention to eye health, get regular sleep times.Don't watch computer and TV for a long time. Besides,you could find eye doctor to give you a number of suggestions.For example, a good eye exercises,a pair of eyeglasses correcting your vision and the foods which are benefit for the eyesight!

  • Presbyopia is quite different from your myopia despite they are both vision problems, but their impacts on your eyes could be different, such as the causes, the effects, the reasons ,of course the treatment,etc. So, it is ot a combination of myopia and hypermetropia. If you are not sure what your problem is , you need to take an eye exam.

  • No. Contact lenses should fit your eyes properly.Any smaller or bigger base curve cannot be allowed. If you wear contact lenses with 8.6, the lens will slip everytime you blink. Because the lower the number, the steeper of the curve of the lens will be. Though there is little difference between them, your eye will know. So you'd better consult your eye doctor.