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

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Dudley of West Midlands. 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.Specsavers

    13 Castle Street
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1LF

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    Optical stores in Dudley offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Dudley 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...
  • 2.4 Sight Opticians, Kodak Vision Centre

    15 Churchill Shopping Centre
    Dudley,West Midlands DY2 7BL

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  • 3.Peter Bainbridge

    216 Wolverhampton St
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1EF

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  • 4.A.J Moore Ltd

    260-264 Castle St
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1LQ

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  • 5.R.T Knight Opticians

    8 Dudley St Sedgley
    Dudley,West Midlands DY3 1SB

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  • 6.Specs Direct

    3 Bull Ring Sedgley
    Dudley,West Midlands DY3 1RU

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  • 7.David Wright

    88 Halesowen Rd Netherton
    Dudley,West Midlands DY2 9PS

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  • 8.D & A The Opticians

    219 High St
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1PD

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  • D & A The Opticians

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    219 High St
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1PD

  • Peter Bainbridge

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    216 Wolverhampton St
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1EF

  • 4 Sight Opticians, Kodak Vision Centre

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    15 Churchill Shopping Centre
    Dudley,West Midlands DY2 7BL

  • David Wright

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    88 Halesowen Rd Netherton
    Dudley,West Midlands DY2 9PS

  • Specs Direct

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    3 Bull Ring Sedgley
    Dudley,West Midlands DY3 1RU

  • A.J Moore Ltd

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    260-264 Castle St
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1LQ

  • Specsavers

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    13 Castle Street
    Dudley,West Midlands DY1 1LF

  • R.T Knight Opticians

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    8 Dudley St Sedgley
    Dudley,West Midlands DY3 1SB

  • Firmoo Answers

  • Of course not ,the RX of contacts is different from that of glasses as they are worn directly on your eyes.Also the doctor need to check if you are the right candidate for contacts,so it is necessary that getting an eye exam before wearing contacts.

  • The reason for why your eyes keep stinging is irritation, inflammation, dry eyes and wrong prescription of glasses or contact lenses. Usually, eye itchiness, wateriness or excessive eye discharges can happen at the same time as stinging. Your eyes may be irritated by certain chemicals or environment, such as detergent, cosmetics and gusty wind. If your eyes are red, you may have got pink eye which is caused by infection from bacteria or viruses. If you catch a cold or flu, you will also have this problem. Eye dryness can make your eyes stinging, for there are not enough tears to protect your eyes. Besides, overuse of eyes can lead to eye stinging. If you are glasses or contact lenses wearer, your eyes may be stinging because of the strain from the wrong prescription.

  • I'd like to give you a good suggestion. I call it good because I think it is really good. And usually it works. If this pair of glasses will not cause any vision problems and the lenses can be stored in the frame, you can tell your optician that you want a refund, or ask the guy to cut a pair of new lenses for you, or give you a discount. Usually the optician will accept the last request other than throw away these lenses. But sometimes, the optician will choose to cut the lenses for you because a badly cut lenses will affect the reputation of the store so that less customer will choose this store in future. The optician doesn't want to see that.

  • If you sleep with soft contacts, they will dry your eyes out and make them irritable when you wake up in the morning. You may get eye infection because the contacts in your eyes will get dry and dirty. And you may feel pain to take them out.

  • I think Gucci is a good brand. I like it very much. Maybe some people will not agree with me because different people may have different likes and dislikes. I think choose the one that you like best is better than choose the one that other people like. But I have to admit that I don't like all of them because some of them are not suitable for me. So choose the brand that you like and then choose the product that best flatter your looking is very important.

  • It is possible and some people are happy with this. However, some people complain that the combined weight of the two glasses are uncomfortable, and other people report that doing this is uncomfortable around the ears. For these people there are a few solutions. The cheapest is to use clip-ons, which are rather like the clip-on sunglasses. The problem with these is that the clip tends to be a bit distracting. Another solution is prescription 3D glasses. There are two types. There are ones that use an prescription insert, the other uses lenses with polarisers bonded to the them. The former costs from £49.95 ($75.08), the latter from £89.95 ($135.84). These glasses are available from the following places:

    http://www.optics3d.co.uk
    http://www.uksportseyewear.co.uk/product.php/200/3d-prescription-glasses-3d-passive-3d-polarized-polarised
    http://www.glasses2you.co.uk/prescription-glasses/3D-glasses

  • The function of pupil is to control the number of rays which get into your eyes. If your eyes like windows of your heart, the pupils just like the curtain of your windows. The focal function does not responsible by the pupils but related by the crystalline lens within your eyeball. The size of pupil is changed following the intensity of rays. So please do not mix the two functions together, it is none of the business between pupils and the distance.

  • Hi I've been looking around for some high quality Police sunglasses for our coming summer, and found that this shop is running a big promotion, see: http://www.brandsunglasswholesale.com/ Got myself a nice pair at a really good price. Free P P too which makes it even better.

  • Yes, cold will cause your itchy eyes because of the bad immune system. Thus, the itchy eyes could also be the sign of cold. When you get cold, your eyes may get dry easily. You will find that your eyes may get the infection easily too. You'd better use some eyes drops to cure the itchy eyes. You could also use the warm compress to make the eyes feel better.

  • Generally speaking, watery eyes means too many tears in eyes. It also reflects that the tear film in your eyes has some problems. However, tea tree oil is one of aromatherapy oils, which works for wrinkles and puffiness. You cannot drop them into eyes, or eye infection may occur. In daily life, you can apply some tea tree oil on the skin of eyes to prevent wrinkles and reduce puffiness and dark circles. For watery eyes, you had better visit a doctor and determine the root reason for your condition. And no any self-care without the instruction of your doctor, or further eye infection and eye disorders may follow you.