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Information leaflets

Information leaflets

We’ve made a number of leaflets available for you covering a wide range of topics.

You can pop in and pick up a paper copy or download them here.

Contact lenses

Guidance for contact lens wearers.

Specialist contact lenses

We fit hundreds of types of contact lenses for various complex eye conditions.

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Contact lenses for children

Many adults would consider contact lenses to be a lifestyle essential and there are no reasons children shouldn’t experience the same benefits.

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Ortho-K

Ortho-K is a specially designed contact lens that gently and subtly reshapes the cornea, at the front of the eye during overnight wear, a process called orthokeratology.

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Keratoconus patients

Most individuals with keratoconus will get their optimum vision with contact lenses (normally hard lenses). In the Lothian region, NHS contact lens care is provided on behalf of the hospital eye service by optical practices, including Cameron Optometry.

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Myopia Management detailed information

A comprehensive guide to Myopia Management, including current research and options.

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Caring for your lenses

Helpful tips on looking after your lenses to ensure you avoid complications.

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Eye care advice

Advice from our experts.

Nutrition

Eating a balanced diet is the best way to get the nutrition we need to maintain good eye health. Supplements can also be beneficial.

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Blue light is it harming my vision

The visible light that our eyes can see is composed of a spectrum of colours, just like a rainbow. Sunlight consists of the entire spectrum of light so we are exposed to the blue light part of the spectrum every time we are outside.

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Standard of vision for driving

It is essential that you check your vision regularly to ensure you are fit to drive.

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Reduce your chances of becoming short-sighted

In the UK one in three people will end up myopic, the medical term for short-sighted, where objects in the distance appear blurred. You can take steps to reduce your chance of becoming myopic.

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Vision+

Everything you need to know about our Vision+ membership scheme.

Vision+ for glasses wearers

Vision+ membership gives you access to the most advanced eye care available, in a cost-effective way. We set up Vision+ to allow us to provide unrivalled eye care with exclusive savings as a part of your membership.

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Vision+ for contact lens wearers

Vision+ membership gives you access to the most advanced eye care available, in a cost-effective way. We set up Vision+ to allow us to provide unrivalled eye care with exclusive savings as a part of your membership.

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Eye conditions

Help and guidance for a range of conditions.

Your options for cataract surgery

Removal of a cataract and replacement with an artificial lens implant is a safe and successful procedure, with most patients experiencing a dramatic improvement in their vision afterwards. Here we explain your options.

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Cataract surgery - the process

Cataract is not a disease. It is a natural ageing process causing the normally clear lens of the eye to become increasingly cloudy.

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Blepharitis

Blepharitis is a term used to describe inflammation of the eyelid margins, the edges of the eyelid. It affects around half of the population and is probably the most commonly encountered eye disease.

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Myopia Management

Myopia is the medical term for short-sightedness, when the eyeball is too long or too powerful, causing objects in the distance to look blurred.

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