Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Stirling of Stirlingshire

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Stirling of Stirlingshire. 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.R.S Erskine & Co.Ltd

    80 Henderson St Bridge of Allan
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK9 4HS

    R.S Erskine & Co.Ltd is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

    Optical stores in Stirling offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Stirling 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.Specsavers

    23-25 Murray Place
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 1DQ

    Specsavers is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 3.Vision Express

    The Thistles Shopping Centre Goosecroft Road
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 2EA

    Vision Express is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 4.Emma Drewery Optometrist Ltd

    12 Allanvale Rd Bridge of Allan
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK9 4NU

    Emma Drewery Optometrist Ltd is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 5.D&A The Opticians (Dollond & Aitchison)

    54-56 Barnton Street
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 1NA

    D&A The Opticians (Dollond & Aitchison) is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 6.Stirling Optical

    79 Port St
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 2ER

    Stirling Optical is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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  • D&A The Opticians (Dollond & Aitchison)

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    54-56 Barnton Street
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 1NA

  • Stirling Optical

    Stirling Optical is 0-star0 Reviews

    79 Port St
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 2ER

  • Specsavers

    Specsavers is 0-star0 Reviews

    23-25 Murray Place
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 1DQ

  • R.S Erskine & Co.Ltd

    R.S Erskine & Co.Ltd is 0-star0 Reviews

    80 Henderson St Bridge of Allan
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK9 4HS

  • Vision Express

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    The Thistles Shopping Centre Goosecroft Road
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK8 2EA

  • Emma Drewery Optometrist Ltd

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    12 Allanvale Rd Bridge of Allan
    Stirling,Stirlingshire FK9 4NU

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  • Inversion therapy involves being upside down or at an inverted angle with the intention of therapeutic benefits. When the body's weight is suspended from the lower body, the pull of gravity may decompress the joints of the body below the anchor. People who have heart disease, high blood pressure and eye diseases are at higher risk for the dangers related to inversion therapy and should consult their doctors about it first. Although Manufacturers of inversion tables claim their products can help curb back pain and improve blood flow, it still exists high risks. The most important concern that you must take care is that inversion therapy can damage leads to an increase in intraocular pressure, a measurement of the fluid pressure inside your eye, which is easy to cause blurry vision and redness. Here are some other effects include excessive accumulation of fluid around the eye, red spots on the eyelids, excessive tears, and sub-conjunctival hemorrhage, or bleeding beneath the white part of the eye. Inversion therapy are really bad for your eyes.

  • Almost every shop will stored small eyeglasses frames. You shall go an shop and ask their sellers or optician to choose the right size glasses frames. Or if you plan to buy small glasses online, it will be more easy since you can search "small eyeglasses" easily. Getting the best looking eyeglasses frames, you can "Try on" their eyeglasses on Virtual Try on System with your photos. Hope this help you. And i often buy eyeglasses at firmoo.com where have small glasses frames.

  • It is strange,I never have such feeling.Maybe you have some vision problems.

  • Color contact lenses cover the iris with a new color. But in the center of the contacts it is transparent. You can see the outside through this small hole clearly. There are two kinds of color contact lenses. They are enhancement tints and opaque colors. Both of them work with the same theory.

  • Yes, it is possible for you to get herpes on eyes if you don't take care of yourself. Your eyes may get the outstanding bubbles around your eyes. It looks so ugly. That is why a lot of people with herpes on eyes will tend to stay at home to accept the treatment. They will keep on using the eye drops with special killing role of bacterium.

  • The price is fixed according to the brands, materials, designs and so on. That is to say, different rimless eyeglasses with different types may vary a lot in price, ranging from $20 to $200 at common stores. I suggest you to go and buy one at the online store which may save a lot of money for you. At the same time, it offers the same quality for you.

  • What the doctor do is the same as a regular glasses exam. They will let you read letters from far away and ask you which one is clearer. They also look into your eyes with a device to get the exact prescription for your contact lenses. It does takes some time for you to get used to contacts. You may find hard to put the lenses in at first but you'll get used to it some time later.

  • The purpose of sunglasses is to protect your eyes from the direct coming in of strong sunlight. There are many damaging lights,like the uv in the sunlight that will harm your eyes. That is the main reason for the volleyball players wear the sunglasses while playing. In addition, wearing the sunglasses is pretty cool.

  • Computer glasses are prescription glasses that are designed to wear when doing computer work. They allow you to focus your eyes on a computer screen, which is farther away than reading material is normally
    held. There are other activities such as for example playing piano(piano glasses) or shooting (shooting glasses) that also require a similar custom fitting. These specialty glasses called "task-specific"
    are designed to meet the visual needs of the activity. General purpose bifocals are not designed for computer work. They force the wearer to tilt the head back in order to focus on the screen while looking through the lower segment of the bifocal lenses. Such a forced
    position can cause neck and shoulder pain and it can also cause arm and
    low back pain. Depending on the individual's vision and type of
    work, there are several options while selecting computer-specific
    glasses, such as Monofocal ,Bifocal ,Trifocal and Progressive Addition Lenses (PAL) Source: http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/ergonomics/office/computer_glasses.html