Category Archives: Contact Lenses

Swimming is one of the activities that is made much easier without having to wear contact lenses or glasses.
Short-sighted athletes turn to overnight vision correction
Revolutionary orthokeratology allows sports people the freedom to compete lens-free   On Saturday 6 August, the 31st Olympic Games will kick off with over 200 countries taking part, competing in 42 Olympic sports, with ...
Contact lenses are great for children who play sport
Children can wear contact lenses too
Many adults would consider contact lenses to be a lifestyle essential and there are no reasons children shouldn’t experience the same benefits. Building self-esteem: some children feel self-conscious wearing glasses...
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Reduce your chance of becoming short-sighted
  We are often asked about whether there is anything you can do to reduce the chance of becoming short-sighted. So we've compiled some advice on steps you can take, which is especially important for parents to be aware of ...
Contact Lens Reordering
Postage is always slow at this time of year, so please remember to order your contact lenses allowing plenty of time before your supply runs out. Ensure you aren’t without your lenses over the festive period. ...
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Ian Cameron named UK Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year
Pioneering work recognised at Optician Awards We are delighted to announce that managing director, Ian Cameron, has been named UK Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year at this year’s Optician Awards. Recognising the speci...
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Shortlisted for Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year award
We are delighted to share that Ian has been shortlisted for the Contact Lens Practitioner of the Yearaward continuing our amazing award-winning streak – Practice of the Year, then Lifetime Achievement Award and now this. The awa...