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

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

    26 Cheapside
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1TQ

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

    7-11 Market Street
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1PB

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    1.King Cross Opticians

    220 King Cross Rd
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 3JP

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    In the Halifax, optometrists can be found in the vicinity of a chain optical retail store, or in an independent optometrist's office. Optometrists are trained to address both vision refractive errors and eye health. Many optometrists sell high-end eyeglasses and contact lenses in their practices with the most professional possible services in addition to performing eye exams and writing prescriptions. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors (MD) in the eye care and vision health who perform eye exams, write prescription for eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses, diagnose and treat eye diseases and carry out eye surgery. Ophthalmologist's responsibility is much beyond that of optometrist.
  • 2.J & R Bottomley Ltd

    22 Union St
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1PR

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  • 3.D & A The Opticians

    2 Crown St
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1TT

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  • 4.Vision Express

    6 Woolshops
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1RU

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  • 5.Dr Mark Hurst Optometrist

    52 Keighley Rd Ovenden
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX2 8AL

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  • Dr Mark Hurst Optometrist

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    52 Keighley Rd Ovenden
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX2 8AL

  • Vision Express

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    6 Woolshops
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1RU

  • King Cross Opticians

    King Cross Opticians is 0-star0 Reviews

    220 King Cross Rd
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 3JP

  • D & A The Opticians

    D & A The Opticians is 0-star0 Reviews

    2 Crown St
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1TT

  • Specsavers

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    26 Cheapside
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1TQ

  • Boots Opticians Ltd

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    7-11 Market Street
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1PB

  • J & R Bottomley Ltd

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    22 Union St
    Halifax,West Yorkshire HX1 1PR

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  • Well, yes, it can just go away in some cases. On the other hand, it may require treatments when the situation becomes serious. Generally speaking, Episcleritis is a self-limiting disease which produces little or no permanent damage to the eye. So many patients with episcleritis will not require any treatment, and it can be fine in several days. But some patients with mild symptoms have to take treatment. And the use of artificial tears can be beneficial. So we can say that artificial tears are useful for patients with mild-to-moderate symptoms. At the same time, patients with severe or prolonged episodes may require topical corticosteroids. And finally, nodular episcleritis is more indolent and may require local corticosteroid drops or anti-inflammatory agents. So just check it with your own situation.

  • It depends on the girl, some do and some don't. I find that most girls don't look that great in just regular frames but if they change their frames to something more unique yet stylish or get contacts it usually helps. But again, depends on what she looks like.

  • Absolutely, you should not wear contacts at least for one week before you take the LASIK. For one reason, you know, before you take the surgery, the doctor needs to examine your eyes to see whether it is suitable for you to have such an operation. Wearing contacts may change the thickness and shape of your cornea, so the doctor cannot get the accurate statistic about your eyes, thus it is bad for his analysis on your surgery. For another reason, the contacts, although often cleaned, there still are many bacteria on the surface of the lens. If you had the LASIK on the very day when you wear contacts, how can you guarantee that there will exist no bacteria in your eyes and you will get infection during and after the surgery, which is not good for your healing process. So you are recommended not to wear contacts at least for one week before the surgery.

  • As you probably already know, sunglasses provide protection from ultraviolet rays in sunlight. UV rays can cause serious damage to the corneas, and a good pair will shield 100% of these rays. A protective coating on the outside of sunglasses acts as a kind of filter. While it allows light through, it helps to filter out the radioactive light waves that can lead to so many dangers to your eyes.

  • Our peripheral vision is black and white because it is a part of vision that occurs outside of the center area of the retina, which has a high dense photo receptors and it takes advantage of the rod cells which are insensitive to color in our retina. Therefore, our peripheral vision perceive less color and is less sharp.

  • As long as you keep on doing eye palming everyday, you will get vision improvement sooner or later. Palming is a good exercise to relax your eyes. Doing eye palming can make your eyes healthy. Even if it cannot improve your vision, you can benefit more from it.

  • Dry eyes seem to be a very common side effect of blepharoplasty. Because tear film is produced by glands which are hiding in eyelids. Blepharoplasty need to remove some tissue of eyelids through internal or external incisions on eyelids, so it usually exacerbates the eye dryness problem. Because of dryness, it might be itching, red and the vision might be blurred. The eyelids are stiff and swelling after the surgery, you need to protect them careful. Apply the ointment to lubricate the wounds and eyes, preventing infections. You should keep your head higher than body in sleeping because it could accelerate your healing process. Avoid staring at any glare or strong light or sunrays in case more damages occurred to your eyes. To release dryness, you could instill some artificial tear drops or apply some ointment which can lubricate eyes. If possible, you could try some warm compress over eyes. The warmth could help warm up the oil in glands to that it could flow and lubricate eyes more easily. Take some nutrition rich in omega-3 fatty acid everyday could effectively alleviate dryness. Use humidifier to bring more water and moist into air which could help relieve eye dryness too.

  • Good vision is important for everyone. Tennis itself is an activity that will beneficial for eyes. Following the ball's movement, your eyes have to move quickly. Other eye exercises will also strengthen eye muscles and relax them. If you practice every day, bit by bit, you can get yourself out of the eye problems. 1. Look close and far. Find tow points. One is 30 meters away, another is 10cm away. First focus on the former for 25 seconds, then move your eyes on the later for 5 seconds. Keep move for 10 minutes. 2. Close eyes and rotate eye balls slowly for 10 times. Then open and focus on far away. 3. Massage around eyes. Close eyes while do it.

  • It could be viral Conjunctivitis and often happens after a cold. The symptoms are red eyes,tearing,sensitive to light etc.You‘d better take him to see the doctor.

  • It is known to us that myopes have difficulty in seeing distant fine things clearly, so the glasses given to myopes function well in seeing distant things, but as a matter of fact, they are too strong for daily use and cause the over-accommodation of the eyes, as a result of which, your vision worsens. Therefore, if you can see well without glasses while you are reading books, using computer or watching TV, you should not wear them. In addition, you should pay attention to your daily eye health. Pay attention to your reading or writing posture and keep the distance between the book and you a metrestick. Do not read or play your phone when you lie in the bed. If you wear contact lenses, do not wear them over ten hours a day. And after using computer or reading for an hour, you need to rest your eyes in case of eye fatigue, you can do some eye exercices or drip some eye drops.