Looking after your vision matters. It’s not just about what your eyes can see, but what we can see in your eyes. Getting your prescription right is important, but regular examinations can also pick up signs of potentially serious conditions.
When you visit you’ll receive a whole range of the very latest eye health examinations designed to spot the widest variety of conditions. It should be an informative and reassuring experience.
It is important for children to have their eyes examined by an optometrist or optician at least every two years from pre-school. Even if you haven’t noticed any issues with their vision, our high tech equipment gives us the most accurate picture so we can catch any potential problems early on.
We are specialists in contact lenses, from standard prescriptions to more complex conditions, we are passionate about lenses and believe, in many cases, they can have a life-changing effect.
We set up Vision+ to provide the best eye care and to bring you exclusive savings as a part of your membership. As a Vision+ client, there’s a wide range of benefits available to you and to your family.
We treat and support patients with a wide range of specialist eye conditions.
We have many patients who have conditions that require specialist treatment. Here we have listed the ones that we come across most often however we have experience of pretty much every known eye condition and work closely with local hospitals to ensure our patients receive the highest level of care.
Always ensure that your optometrist is your first port of call with any eye ailment. We can prescribe whatever medication you may require and our technology ensures that your diagnosis is accurate.
We use the most advanced technology currently available worldwide. This provides us with the most detailed information about your eyes, which in turn means your optometrist can make accurate and timely diagnoses.
If you have an eye emergency such as a painful red eye, a rapid change in your vision, or are experiencing new flashing lights or floaters in your vision, then it is important that you seek advice from your optometrist.