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February 27, 2017

As we get older the flexibility of the lens inside your eye reduces. This is called Presbyopia. 

This means that you are less able to focus on things that are close to you, so you may need reading glasses.  When you look at something close up, for example a book, the mu...

February 23, 2017

Generally any lens can fit into any frame. However, we must take into consideration the prescription we are working with as this will help us to determine how thick or thin the lenses can be.

It will also help us to determine the design of the lens we will need to use....

February 10, 2017

When attending for a sight test the optometrist will not only advise you on whether you need glasses but will also do a health check.

Many systemic conditions like diabetes can be seen to affect the eyes. However, it is very important to remember secondary changes in th...

February 7, 2017

Keratoconus (also known as Pellucid) is a progressive non-inflammatory disorder that causes a characteristic thinning and cone-like steepening of the cornea. This steepening results in distortion of vision, increased sensitivity to glare and light and an associated red...

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