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COVID-19 Guidelines for Staying Safe when Visiting your Optician

We have implemented a strict appointment system to reduce patient contact and limit capacity at any given time. Hand sanitisation is provided on entry for all patients. Staff will be wearing face masks and we advise all patients to bring their own face covering. Credit/debit card will be the preferred method of payment. For your reassurance all equipment will be cleaned between patients in line with infection control guidelines as well as regular disinfection of all surfaces. We thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you.

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Dry Eye

Dry Eye

Dry eye syndrome can occur when there is a problem with the tear film that normally keeps the eye moist and lubricated. It’s our tears that protect our eyes from infection, keep them clean and free of dust. Dry eyes are a common cause of eye irritation and can mean...

Diabetes

Diabetes

If you suffer from diabetes, then you are especially vulnerable to some eye-related conditions and complications. In particular, you have increased likelihood of developing cataracts and you are at risk of diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy occurs when high...

Colour Blindness

Colour Blindness

Colour blindness – more correctly referred to as “colour vision deficiency” – is a very variable condition. Individual sufferers have difficulty with recognising different sets of colours on the spectrum. And the severity ranges from experiencing only slight...