Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Neath of West Glamorgan

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Neath of West Glamorgan. 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.Rayner Opticians

    15 New St
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1RT

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

    24 Green Street
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1DG

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  • 3.Trenberth Opticians

    24 Orchard St
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1DU

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  • 4.Pugh Opticians

    24 Queen St
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1DL

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  • 5.C.R Jean

    85 New Rd Skewen
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA10 6HG

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  • C.R Jean

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    85 New Rd Skewen
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA10 6HG

  • Specsavers

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    24 Green Street
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1DG

  • Rayner Opticians

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    15 New St
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1RT

  • Pugh Opticians

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    24 Queen St
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1DL

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    24 Orchard St
    Neath,West Glamorgan SA11 1DU

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  • It is very common that your vision zooms out sometimes. I just want you to know that in most cases, this is caused by a blood rush. You know, when you stand up or get up, you had better do all of these gently instead of suddenly and quickly or you will get a blurred vision. What is worse, you may eve pass out. In other words, your blurry vision after those actions are caused by your rapid changing breath and heart rate. When it comes to elder people or old people, they should be more careful of this.

  • In most cases, it is Ok to take an air flight several days after lasik surgery. Generally speaking, the surgery is to thin the cornea so as to adhesive a better eyesight. For people suffer light or middle level myopia, cornea after surgery will be thicker than people who suffer sever myopia. Thus, the later is faced with more risk. The recover period of cornea after surgery is 24 to 72 hours. If you want to be more careful, you can ware sunglasses or eyeshade with you when you are flying. The pressure of flying and stronger light radiation on the plane is the reason that people worry about hurt. In fact, they are not strong enough to cause damage. Since your eyes may be more sensitive than usual, you can just take the seat inside and keep yourself away from strong sunlight in the sky as much as possible. All in all, it is ok to take airplane after surgery. For the most proper time, you can ask your doctor. Anyway, it will not be long.

  • As far as i know, there are many reasons which can cause eyes swell, but the main reasons are subcutaneous fat, poor eating habits and nephropathy. In particular, the process of metabolism in our body will slow down at night, which makes it easier to give rise to swollen eyes. If the symptom relatively minor, just use the cotton with frozen milk and astringent to cover your eyes, after five to ten minutes, your puffy eye can be relieved obviously. However, if your symptom are very serious, you can eat more fresh fruits and vegetables with rich vitamins. Of course, the ice compress on your eye is a good way to relieve the tiredness of your eyes. In addition, the essential solution is not to drain too much water before you go to bed, or you can sleep in a higher pillow to reduce the chance of having swollen eyes.

  • Actually, you should take corneal arcus as a consideration. Pressure in eye is thoroughly distributed evenly. Extreme pressure on the corneal can cause cloudy, even blindness in eyes. However, it is hard to lead to changing color in iris. Corneal arcus is a lipid-rich, which is associated with alcohol, blood pressure, cigarette smoking, diabetes and age. And corneal arcus can make color in iris much lighter than before.

  • Don't worry, this is quite normal. This phenomenon usually has two sets of circumstance. First, the baby's eyes will be squeezed in the process of childbirth. So, may be the hypodermic gore that brings about the red eyes. The other reason, you baby's eyes get bacteria at the time of birth. If this is the first case, you baby's eyes will get better by itself. But if after 3 to 5 days also not good, go to the hospital to see a doctor.

  • Prism eyeglasses are not normal glasses. They are not designed to improve the vision of one or both eyes, and they do not help a person see better at a distance or close up. They are used when an individual is having trouble keeping his eyes working together. In other words, the eyes are looking at two different points instead of the same point. Generally this will cause double vision, if the eyes are extremely bad, or blurred vision if they are looking close to the same point. An eye doctor is needed to diagnose the issue, and prism glasses are the normal remedy.

  • If the eye surrounding parts get the embossing symptom, you can use the ice pack to release the swelling part. As we know, the ice pack will have the role of calming and stopping the pain. However too cold temperature may stimulate the skin which you should take care of.

  • When trying on a pair of goggles place the strap against the back of your head, pull the goggles up over your head and forward so that they are held an inch or so away from your face, relax your grip and allow the goggles to move back horizontally until they settle against your face. Are they comfortable – not just at that moment, but will they stay comfortable when worn for a whole day? Are there any pressure points? A little pressure now may be bearable, by the end of a day skiing or boarding it may not be quite so easy to dismiss. Is the foam scratchy or abrasive? Do the goggles form a soft but snug fit all round? Are there any gaps? If there are, try a different pair. Gaps will let wind and water in, freezing your face and making your eyes tear. Pay attention to the strap and buckles. Are the buckles placed so that they don’t dig into your head? Do they provide sufficient adjustment. Do the goggles stay firmly in place? Does the strap irritate your skin? Is the frame too stiff? Frames that are too rigid are uncomfortable and my contribute to injury during a fall.

  • Yes, Fit-over sunglasses are really good sunglasses to shield the eyes from the sun and also provide people vision aids. If your child have vision problems, fit-over sunglasses are good choice. If your child has perfect vision, you shall not let him wear fit-over sunglasses. In fact, a pair of common sunglasses is enough to protect them from sunshine.

  • As to me, my eyes will dilate when I see something I want. My friends always say that. When we want to see something clearly, the pupil of our eyes will dilate too. But I also found that many people do not show their likes and dislikes when the things happen to their lives. I don't know why. But to those whose eyes will dilate when they see what they like, they are easier to get along with.