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Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Trowbridge of Wiltshire. 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.CARTER & HARDING

    5a Fore St
    Trowbridge,Wiltshire BA14 8HD

    CARTER & HARDING is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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

    38 Roundstone St
    Trowbridge,Wiltshire BA14 8DE

    R.D White is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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    38 Roundstone St
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    5a Fore St
    Trowbridge,Wiltshire BA14 8HD

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  • Yes, it is really bad for you to suffer heterochromia. Your eyes will have two different colors. However it has little possibility for you to get blindness because of it. You should just protect the eyes from the healthy diet and good rest. You should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. The good rest is also needed. You should not use the computer for a long time.

  • Yes, I think it is possible to get dark circles from rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is a nose surgery for functional or cosmetic purpose. Different purpose requires different method of this surgery. However, normally rhinoplasty will cause swelling and bruise around, we can find many people have swelling eyes and nose after a nose job. Capillaries are very delicate and easy to get broke. The more complicated your surgery is, the more puffiness and bruises you might get. Broken capillaries and blood condensed under skin beneath eyes would definitely cause discoloration and dark circles. You could try to apply some warm compress to help blood circultion which can reduce the dark circles. Eyes massage could help too if it is ok to do so. Normally if the dark circles are caused by rhinoplasty, they will clear off as you get healed. If dark circles stay with you even after you healed up, then visit your surgeon to find out what is wrong with your surgery.

  • It sounds like you need an eye exam and an updated prescription possibly if you have been using the same eyeglasses for five years.It is ok to wear the normal glasses if you feel good on them . It is better for you to visit your doctor before you decide to swith them .

  • It is said that children should have a complete eye exam when they are 3 years old so that it can determine whether they are suffering amblyopia. Generally speaking, if parents notice that their children reading their books too closely, or without one eye focusing while looking at something, they should take their children to hospital to have a regular eye exam so that they can detect amblyopia as early as possible.

  • No,you are not likely to know it or feel it without others telling you or seeing it in the mirror. Subconjunctival hemorrhage is equal to the bruise of your eyes which is harmless in most cases and often disappear itself. However, it may be a sign of serious brain damage like skull fracture. If you feel any discomfort besides red spot in the eyes, you need to see a doctor.

  • When the flow of capillary blood under the skin around the eyes is impeded or melanin calculates with time, dark circles will arise. There are many reasons will result in dark circles, such as lack of sleep, skin aging, bad habits and customs or genetic factor. But for children, it is not impossible result from shin aging. The probable causes are genetic factor or sleep deprivation. Are you have dark circles under your eyes? If you have, genetic factor may be the reason. If your daughter usually sleeps very late, it is sleep insufficiency that cause this symptom and the dark circles will disappear gradually in case the she has sufficient sleeping.

  • Yes, it is bad for eyes. More and more people are complaining about their blurred vision and eye pain because of reading on their cell phone. Because the screen of cell phone is smaller than usually book or computer screen, it is easier to get eye strain with looking at it for hours. Using computer for hours will make your eyes red, strained and vision blurred, not to mention the cell phone. Secondly most of us use cell phone anytime at any place. For example, you can find people, looking at the cell phone in his/her hand, walking by you. You might find many people around you reading on cell phones when they are lying in bed, sitting in sofa or eating food at tables. Pro-long working time of eyes and bad gestures could make your eye feel really bad. In the evening, when you are reading on cell phone without light on, it is more harmful to your eyes because the dim light and low screen contrast level. Try not to rely on your cell phone and quit reading on it. Hope your eyes could get better.

  • A foreign body is an object in your eye that shouldn't be there, such as a speck of dust, wood chip, metal shaving, insect or piece of glass. The common places to find a foreign body are under the eyelid or on the surface of your eye. Don't try to remove a foreign body yourself. Go straight to your doctor or the nearest hospital emergency department for help.Medical treatment generally includes: The doctor or nurse checks your vision. Once they find the foreign body, they gently remove it after numbing the eye with anaesthetic eye drops. If it is central or deep, they will arrange for you to see an ophthalmologist (specialist eye doctor) to have it removed.Your eye may be washed in saline (sterile salt water) to flush out any dust and dirt.X-rays may be done to check whether an object has entered your eyeball.Your eye is patched to allow it to rest and any scratches to heal.You should not drive until the eye patch is removed.Your doctor will want to see you again to check that your eye is healing and that your vision is all right. You should not miss this appointment. Even though you may feel better, your eye may not have fully healed. The follow-up is needed to make sure the treatment is working.If there are any serious problems, or a residual rust ring, you will be sent to an ophthalmologist. Self-care at home after treatment for foreign bodies in eyes.Self-care at home after treatment for foreign bodies in eyes. Don't drive with an eye patch on-it can be very difficult to judge distances properly.You may take the patch off-usually after about two hours for a foreign body or on the next day for a corneal ulcer or abrasion, or as instructed by your doctor.You may have some discomfort in the eye. You can take pain-relieving medication that contains paracetamol. Check the packet for instructions. Avoid working with machinery or at heights. You may be advised to use drops or ointment to stop infection. Follow your doctor's advice as to how often to put them in. You will need to continue the treatment until your eye has healed.

  • Although the transition glasses are more expensive than regular glasses,I think they worth the money.They can protect your eyes.

  • Absolutely yes, they do harm to your eyes and eyesight. Due to fake sunglasses have poor style, materials and workmanship even though they look like the real ones. Firstly, the lens may not be shatterproof and could damage your eyes in an accident. Due to it could provide inadequate or none UV protection. Thus, it enhances the risk of getting cataracts and other serious eye disorders based on harsh UV light. And the lens would be distorted, which would give you headache and visual disturbances. Furthermore, it would make eyestrain and stress easily due to its weak function.