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Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight – A Family Affair

Posted on July 16th, 2023

Today, we delve into a crucial aspect of eye health that is often overlooked but can have serious consequences if left untreated – Glaucoma. This sight-threatening condition can run in families, making early detection and monitoring of utmost importance. Join us as we explore the connection between glaucoma and family history, and why we perform
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The importance of a good daily eyelid cleansing routine

Posted on January 18th, 2020

A good daily eyelid cleansing routine is more important than you think. With more and more people experiencing a condition called ‘dry eye,’ we have made sure we offer a range of solutions to keep your eyes healthy. A cleansing routine for your eyes during the evening ensures you can remove all of the things
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New – ZEISS DriveSafe Lenses.

Posted on April 26th, 2016

One pair of glasses for everyday use and safer driving.     Many people feel insecure, uncomfortable and stressed when driving, especially in difficult light and weather conditions such as rain and mist, or at dusk or night. On average 83% of spectacle lens wearers also drive. Driving can be a real challenge for everybody
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National Eye Health week 22nd -28th September 2015

Posted on September 17th, 2015

National Eye Health Week is from 22-28 September 2014. It is a chance for eye health organisations to remind people how important their eyes are, and point out that most people should have their eyes examined every two years. Many people are living with poor vision or, worse still, putting their sight at risk by
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Eye conditions – Glaucoma

Posted on October 28th, 2014

It’s estimated that more than 500,000 people have glaucoma in England and Wales but there are many more that may be unaware they have condition. Glaucoma is a visual condition which can affect sight and is usually due to build up of pressure within the eye. Glaucoma mostly affects both eyes but one eye may
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