Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Solihull 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 Solihull 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.Alan Tyler Opticians

    11 Arden Buildings Station Rd Dorridge
    Solihull,West Midlands B93 8HH

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

    90 High Street
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3TA

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  • 3.Vision Express

    Touchwood Shopping Centre
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3GJ

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  • 4.Bannister Opticians

    17 St. Johns Way Knowle
    Solihull,West Midlands B93 0LE

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  • 5.Vision Call

    Cleeves House Hampton Court 55 Marsh Lane Hampton-in-Arden
    Solihull,West Midlands B92 0AJ

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  • 6.C.M Rouse Opticians

    681a Warwick Rd
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3DA

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  • 7.Perspective Opticians

    56 Drury Lane
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3BH

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  • 8.Walford & Round

    363 Warwick Road
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 1BQ

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  • 9.Greys Opticians Ltd

    1642 High St Knowle
    Solihull,West Midlands B93 0NA

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  • 10.Walford & Round

    Dovehouse Parade 363 Warwick Rd
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 1BQ

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  • Walford & Round

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    Dovehouse Parade 363 Warwick Rd
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 1BQ

  • Greys Opticians Ltd

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    1642 High St Knowle
    Solihull,West Midlands B93 0NA

  • Vision Express

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    Touchwood Shopping Centre
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3GJ

  • Specsavers

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    90 High Street
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3TA

  • C.M Rouse Opticians

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    681a Warwick Rd
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3DA

  • Walford & Round

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    363 Warwick Road
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 1BQ

  • Alan Tyler Opticians

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    11 Arden Buildings Station Rd Dorridge
    Solihull,West Midlands B93 8HH

  • Perspective Opticians

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    56 Drury Lane
    Solihull,West Midlands B91 3BH

  • Vision Call

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    Cleeves House Hampton Court 55 Marsh Lane Hampton-in-Arden
    Solihull,West Midlands B92 0AJ

  • Bannister Opticians

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    17 St. Johns Way Knowle
    Solihull,West Midlands B93 0LE

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  • The cornea is the forward-most portion of the eye and it is the main "window" of the eye. If you got damage to the cornea it can cause a normally crystal clear cornea to turn white or gray, which will result in blurry vision or even loss of vision. Thus you need the corneal transplant surgery to restore it. There are many restrictions after the surgery. The restrictions are as follows: You may not bend at the waist for more than 10 minutes at a time, but may squat at the knees.You may not lift or push anything heavier than 15 pounds, including grandchildren, for 2 weeks. You may not take heavy exercise of any kind for 3 weeks. You may not swim for 3 weeks. You should not read for more than 10 minutes at a time for 2 weeks. Theses are of great importance and must be followed.

  • Yes, generally speaking, albino people usually have the photophoby, tearing, nystagmus, astigmatism, and so on. This is because their eyes lack the melanin, thus there are no pigments in the retina of their eyes. Without pigments, their iris and pupil will present in the color of light pink or light blue. Their pupils usually are in a shrinking state, so their view is very narrow, and their ability to recept the light is wear, which directly leads to lack of stimulus in the retina. That is why people who have albino usually have very poor vision.

  • As we all know, homemade eye wash can be used to relieve our tired eyes from pink eyes and other irritated eyes. However, whether the homemade eye wash works will depend on whether you do it right and properly. Here are some suggestions for you to finish the eye wash. Hope it can help you. As usual, there are two kinds of material that can help us to finish the homemade eye wash---water and green tea. The most basic is a simple mixture of salt and water, and you can boil a cup of water with some salt, then you can use the mixture to wash your eyes, meanwhile, if you notice your eyes are weak and tired, then you can use to Boric acid to release the problem. Pls use this way several times a day for the best benefit. Besides, you can also use the green tea, which is used to mix with water. Do remember make the resolvent using two parts of green tea and one part of water. You know green tea can help us with the itchy eyes. While washing your eyes, pls be careful and do not hurt your eyes.

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  • There is no way to make your transition glasses turn from dark to clear very quickly. It is the material that determine how long it will take to change. You just wait for them to change the color.

  • Well, of course not. First, I have to tell you that itchy eyes can not be a sign of pregnancy. And for your situation, it is possible to have dry eyes. Generally speaking, if you do not have the necessary balance of these three layers in your eyes, dry eye can be possible. But on the other hand, there is nothing to do with the pregnancy. And when dry eyes occur, your eyes can be itchy, blurry, watery. And it can be just like your situation. For your situation, you can take some foods which are rich in vitamins such as the fishes and some other vegetables. Besides, if you have dry eyes, you may experience scratchiness, and burning on the surface of your eyes. So anyway, it can be dangerous.

  • Compare a pair of famous brand sunglasses with a pair of common sunglasses, which one do you like best? Of course the famous brand sunglasses are more expensive. But if we don't take the price into consideration, we may definitely choose the famous brand sunglasses because the quality is better and they are also of the latest fashion. They are more elegant to some degree. So of course they will be more expensive.

  • They will look at your pupil reflex alignment with a penlight, check alignment with cover/uncover testing, sometimes Maddox rod testing if you have one. see if there is a refractive error or if the best corrected vision is limited.

  • Fish oil can improve your eyesight, and it relies mainly on vitamin A and DHA. For our retina, 30%-60%of composition is DHA, this substance is very important, and it plays a very important role for our eyes. DHA is the necessary nutritional element of eyes. It can soften the retina, and stimulate the photoreceptor cells to improve eyesight. It also a preventive effect to myopia, glaucoma, cataract. My grandfather’s eyesight is indeed improved by eating fish oil.

  • I also agree with your grandpa. According to traditional Chinese medicine, yums can tonify our spleen, lung and reinforce our kidney that are relevant to the health of our eyes( as a good condition of visceral organs can assure you a good blood provision) . What's more, yams are rich in protein, vitaminB, C,E which are important in restoration of eye cells. You can cook in this way: Ingredients: yams, mulberry, red dates, medlar( each 10 gram) Method: boil all the ingredients above in the water into soup. Take the soup everyday, which can eliminate the eyestrain and improve your vision. Hope that will help.