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    1.ASDA Opticians

    North Road
    Boldon Colliery,Tyne and Wear NE35 9AR

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    Optical stores in Boldon Colliery offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Boldon Colliery 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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    North Road
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  • If you have good eyesight and can see computer screen clearly without glasses, you can get a pair of non prescription computer glasses which can help you relieve from eye strain. You can feel comfortably to see computer screen without any problem if you wear computer glasses. If you have vision probelems seeing computer screen, a pair of prescription computer glasses which is customized for you can help you stay away from eye strain.

  • When you are pregnant, pregnancy hormones will decrease tear production so that lead to eye dryness, irritation, and discomfort. Hormones will also cause fluid buildup in your eyes, which can lead to changes in the curvature of your eye. In fact, blurry vision during pregnancy is quite common and normally last for a short term. And please pay attention to the following things: if you are a glasses wearer, do not change a new one until your baby is born; try to wear glasses instead of contact lenses; if your notice blurry vision don't go away, or double vision persists for more than two hours, call your practitioner at once to check out the reason and have a treatment.

  • It is not suggested to use them together and it would not make you recover more quickly. The redness are supposed dissipate after you use Tobramycin for a few days. Once the infection is cleared up, the redness would disappear soon. But you should use the drops following your doctor's instruction strictly.

  • If it is too tight for you, you could use the screwdriver to make the screw of the frame side a little loose. You could do it easily. Then you could also adjust the position of the nose pad which will make you feel comfortable. You could also choose to let the client in the eyeglasses store to help you do this.

  • Hold your goggles on with one had and have your other hand lead the dive.

  • Diabetes is one of the risk factors that lead to cataracts; also, cataract is the most common causes of visual impairment in patients who have diabetes. Animal experiments have been confirmed that high blood sugar in vivo and in vitro tests can lead to cataracts. Because of the high blood glucose level in diabetic patients, the increase in sugar concentration penetrating the lens. This affect the sorbitol, which accumulates in the cells, and absorbs large amounts of water into the lens, then the lens fibers swell, loses its transparency becomes cloudy and eventually developed into a cataract.

  • You should put the eye drops at least 5min before wearing contacts. Most eye drops contain preservatives and the pharmaceutical agent which may get stuck in the lens over time. So you should not use eye drops when wearing contacts.

  • The guide to the length of time contact lenses depends entirely upon what type of lenses you choose. The reason contact lenses need to be replaced is mainly because of infection and durability. Disposable lenses are made of very fine flexible plastic which can easily tear. Longer lasting lenses are stronger and more durable. Most soft contact lenses are replaced on a monthly schedule. They require simple cleaning and disinfection between uses and are removed at nighttime. And they have their own advantages. because these lenses are good for eye health and are available in most prescriptions. Yearly contact lenses are not commonly prescribed anymore. Because they are replaced less frequently, there are less comfortable, less breathable and increase chances of infection. So in my opinion, you'd better choose the monthly ones. Besides, no matter which kind of contacts you will choose. It's important for you to clean them frequently. only in this way can you protect your eyes.

  • PRK, the so called photorefractive keratectomy, is a surgery for eyes to eliminate the need of eyeglasses or contacts. It is a precise surgery that can change corneal curvature by scraping the surface layer of the cornea away. So, there must have some risks. 1. Infection. Following ophthalmologist’s recommendation, apply eye drops to avoid infection. 2. Dry eye. Artificial tears can solve the problem. 3. Pain. Pain is one of the most common complains of patients after PRK surgery. For a period of time, it will dissipate. 4. Regression. After PRK, your eyes also might bounce back towards your original prescription. Otherwise, there are other risks, like night glare, corneal problems, refractive… however, the potential of side effect is quite low. In my intention, the best way to avoid surgical risks is to leave it and do not have the surgery.

  • I have tried a number of useful solutions for wearers of eyeglasses who want dark sunglasses: Prescription lenses made of dark plastic or glass. This is useful when you need one prescription for indoor reading and close work, a second prescription for outdoor activity, and an extra pair of dark glasses for the outdoor activity in bright sun. This also leaves an alternative if the dark glasses break or are lost while the wearer is engaged in vigorous activity. Photo-gray lenses that react to bright light by darkening. These are extremely convenient, but the darkness of the lenses may or may not be sufficient for comfort in the brightest light, and they do not appear as dark as some styles. Clip-on dark lenses that attach to the user's clear glasses. The traditional clip was very unfashionable, but new styles like these magnetic glasses are less obtrusive. The magnet attaches to a counterpart magnet on the glasses' hinge.