Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Wakefield 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 Wakefield 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.ASDA Opticians

    Asdale Road Durkar
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF2 7EQ

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

    32 Westgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1JY

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  • 3.White Rose Optical

    52 Northgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 3AN

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  • 4.Valli Opticians Wakefield

    545 Leeds Rd Outwood
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 2PN

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  • 5.Rayner Opticians

    Grosvenor House 8-12 Union St
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 3AE

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  • 6.D&A The Opticians (Dollond & Aitchison)

    1 Northgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1HE

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  • 7.Patterson Opticians

    73 Northgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 3BX

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  • 8.Boots UK

    66 Bishopgate Walk The Ridings Centre
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1YB

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  • 9.D & A The Opticians

    1 Northgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1HE

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  • 10.AUCKLAND OPTICIANS

    9 High St Horbury
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF4 5AB

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  • Boots UK

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    66 Bishopgate Walk The Ridings Centre
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1YB

  • D&A The Opticians (Dollond & Aitchison)

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    1 Northgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1HE

  • D & A The Opticians

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    1 Northgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1HE

  • AUCKLAND OPTICIANS

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    9 High St Horbury
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF4 5AB

  • ASDA Opticians

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    Asdale Road Durkar
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF2 7EQ

  • C-Clearly

    C-Clearly is 0-star0 Reviews

    Raines House Denby Dale Rd
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1HR

  • Boots Opticians Ltd

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    66 The Ridings Centre
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1YB

  • Patterson Opticians

    Patterson Opticians is 0-star0 Reviews

    73 Northgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 3BX

  • Rayner Opticians

    Rayner Opticians is 0-star0 Reviews

    Grosvenor House 8-12 Union St
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 3AE

  • Optical Express

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    5 Westgate
    Wakefield,West Yorkshire WF1 1JZ

  • Firmoo Answers

  • First of all, good question! Not all face shapes can go well with certain kinds of frames. Different people differ in their face shapes as well as in their suitable eyeglasses frames. As far as rectangular face is concerned, such kind of face is characterized by narrow shape that is longer than it is wide. High cheekbones, longer nose, tall forehead, and angular features are all highlighted. Since you have a rectangular face, it is better for you to try on some tall frames, which can help make your long face look shorter. You can also give it a shot at some sunglasses featuring broad frames, such as oversized or wraparound styles. Give any pair that complements your face shape a shot. You will find the perfect match.

  • Here are some ways that can help you treat extremely irritated eyes. First, you can try some eye drops that are specially made of irritated red eyes. Second, you can use green tea. you can steep a few bags of it in boiling water and cool it. Then placed the cool green tea bag on your closed eyes. It will help you reduce the redness of your eyes. Third, use a cold compress. You can place your closed eyes with ice bag to constricts blood vessels in the eyes thus to reduce the redness.

  • I do not think it is good to expose naked eyes to fluorescent light. You know, fluorescent lights use a magnetic power line frequency ballast flicker at twice the supply frequency rather than give out a steady light. If you are exposed to fluorescent light for a long time, you may get migraines, feel dizzy and you cannot focus your attention on things.

  • Close your eyes for a while until you shed a great quantity of tears, and then open your eyes and blink them gently several times, and you will feel better. Or you can wash your eyes with clean water or physiological saline. Close your eyes gently and then immerse your face in the water, and blink your eyes several times. Do not rub your eyes with your hand. Relax yourself, do something you like, then it can divert your attention and relieve your pain, and you will not feel the discomfort afterwards.

  • There is not a daily allowance about how much lutein you should take, you can take as much as you want. Excessively lutein intake would not cause any side effect except for bronzing of the skin, which occurs with all carotenoids.

  • The best contact lenses for dry eyes are soft contact lenses, as opposed to rigid ones. Soft contacts have been developed over the last few decades and made of special polymers, or plastics, that actually allow the lenses themselves to hold water. These soft polymers also are permeable, allowing oxygen to pass through, quite literally letting your eyes breathe. The cornea has to receive oxygen through the air, as it has no blood vessels of its own. Consequently, oxygen permeability is an extremely important characteristic of contact lenses, especially contact lenses for dry eyes.

  • If you feel pain in your eyes, you'd better not eat the stimulating or spicy food. What's most forbidden food is the garlic which may raise your irascibility. Then, your eyes may feel dry, indirectly causing the uncomfortable feeling. However, you should eat more food with vitamin A, like carrot, to add the water inside your body. Thus your eyes will feel better.

  • If your eyes are puffy because of cry a lot, you can use chloramphenicol eye drops or oculentum tetracyclini cortisone, and use ice packs or cold water to have a cold compress, which can help reduce swelling. Because when you cry, you may rub your eyes, which can make angiotelectasis. Using cold compress can make local capillaries contraction, relieve edema and then achieve the purpose of subsidence of a swelling.

  • Well, from what you said, I can see you are worried about your eyes. Actually, swollen eyelids cannot exactly identify what sort of problem you have, but according to my experience, you might have got stye because that is a primary symptom of stye, and pink eyes show no signs of swollen eyes. Better yet, you might as well try to consult a doctor and take some medical treatment before it is too late. Also, try not to rub your eyes and get some healthy and plain foods before you are recovered.

  • Add= Near Addition, means the power strength to be added to the Sphere number for making single vision reading glasses or bifocal and progressive eyeglasses. In this prescription, the “Add” numbers are put under the “Add” spaces. Some of the doctors may write one number with sign such as “+2.00” in the middle of the space under “Add.”, which means your both eyes have the same Add numbers.