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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 Stoke On Trent 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.James Herd Opticians

    59 High St Tunstall
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST6 5TA

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

    97 Roundwell St Tunstall
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST6 5AW

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  • 3.The Specs Place Ltd

    46a Market St Longton
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST3 1BS

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  • 4.Nusyte Opticians

    45 Queen St
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST6 3EH

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  • 5.Razvi Optometrists Ltd

    1 Cornelious St
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST3 6AF

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  • 6.Vision Express

    The Potteries Shopping Centre
    Stoke-on-Trent,Staffordshire ST1 1PS

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  • 7.Scrivens Opticians

    Lawton Rd Alsager
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST7 2LP

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  • 8.Ernest G Hanwell Ltd

    11 Glebe St
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST4 1HP

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  • 9.Specsavers

    36-38 Market Street Longton
    Stoke-on-Trent,Staffordshire ST3 1BS

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  • 10.Malcolm Broad Opticians Ltd

    14a Lawton Rd Alsager
    Stoke-On-Trent,Staffordshire ST7 2AF

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  • We can just remove mild scratches from our lenses. As to the deep lenses, there is no way to get rid of them. If you just have mild scratches on your lenses, you can buy a kind of cleanser from a nearby optician. The optician knows which kind of cleanser you want. But the cleanser will remove the coating as well, so your sunglasses can't block harmful UV rays any more. If you have deep scratches on your lenses, you'd better buy a pair of new sunglasses.

  • Actually, the red light can not hurt your eyes only if you do not stare the light for a couple of hours. Now, many companies have started marketing LED lamps that can be switched to a red mode, it is said that the red light is less harmful to one's night vision, because our eyes are less sensitive to the red light. When you are in the street, the traffic light is also red. So, please don't worry too much. However, you are best to avoid any kind of direct intense light to the eyes.

  • Well, in my opinion, it will be fine for you to donate blood even if you have been suffering from pink eyes. And as we know that pink eye is a kind of inflammation in the eyes. And it is mostly caused by allergies, and infection in eyes. Of course, when it occurs, your eyes will be red, itchy, and watery. And some eye discharges can occur too. But on the other hand, it will just be fine to have blood donation, so you do not need to worry about it.

  • There are many causes which can make baby’s eyes swollen. Such as crying or drinking a plenty of water before going to bed, suffering from excessive internal heat, or having Kidney problems, of course, it may be inflamed. You’d better take your baby to see a doctor, and then suit the remedy to the case. Hope your baby get well soon!

  • since there are quite a few manufacturers and each manufacturer has several types of progressives I'd say that there are dozens of progressives. Some are for specific usage needs and others are for certain RX options. These are questions that should be answered by your optical professional. If you can not discuss your needs and wants with your optician (not a commissioned sales person) then maybe you'd better re-think where and how you purchase your eyeglasses. The correct fit of the correct lens for your individual lens is critical to effective use of your eyeglasses. 99% of all difficulties with eyeglasses come from incorrect fit or just the wrong lens for that person's needs. Do yourself a favor and consider the importance of your vision and then decide how much "saving a few bucks" really costs you. See a competent optical professional and get your questions answered according to your individual case. Best of luck!

  • Contact lens wearers can easily get dry eyes if they wear contacts for a long time. I think "Blink" lubricating eye drops is a good brands to use while your contacts are on. It offers Superior lubrication for contact lens wearers, soothing, silky-smooth texture, improved tear-break-up-time and increases tear film stability. If you have allergies use your allergy drops before inserting your contacts, you need to wait about five minutes for your eye to absorb the drops. Hope this helped!

  • Cornea is the clear and transparent membrane covering on eyeballs. It can protect eyeball from irritation. It is called as window of eyes, because light needs to travel through and then get focus on the retina. Corneal scarring is the injury of cornea, which makes cornea opaque. Because the cornea is covering on eyeball, when it is transparent, we can't see it. However, if it is opaque, it might appear as dots or larger area. If the scar is located in the central part of eyeball, it could be very obvious cloudy spots and impact the vision. At the very early stage, medication could be adopted to treat corneal scarring. Once the scar is formed and impair most of the vision, then surgery is required for vision restore purpose.

  • I think the long blond hair with big circles is very cute. And wear a pair of pink cat eye sunglasses at the same time can be very cool. You can put on a piece of bright colored long dress at the same time. Imagine that, you will be really very beautiful.

  • When you stay in bright light, you could see eye floaters in front of you. It is so bad for you. Your eyes may get infection because of invisible bacterium. You need to use the eye drops with anti-inflammation to get rid of the bacterium and make the eyes to be clear. You should have the good rest for the eyes, sitting in front of the computers for a long time with little rest.

  • You can go to shop around at your local place. Or get into this page http://www.firmoo.com/eyecare-directory/ But make sure to include your location., you'll get real help then. Personally the glasses online are much cheaper than that in the real store of the same quality.