Eye health

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Let’s Talk: Glaucoma

With it being reported that Glaucoma is to become and ‘epidemic’ to hit the UK by 2050. The condition is predicted to effect 3.2 million, an increase of 1.28 million exceeding over 85% of those diagnosed today inclusive of those … Read more


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Opticians > Hospital Eye Clinics

In the ever evolving industry of eye care, we have a regular occurrence between referring patients to a hospital eye clinic to be cautious of a health related issue. Whilst being seen by an optician, health professionals are able to … Read more


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Regular Check-Ups: Eye Health for Children

It’s not just that there’s an issue with seeing the whiteboard and the teacher may recommend to you that your get your child’s eye tested as they ‘might need glasses.’ We regularly take our children to the dentists for check-ups … Read more


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Myth Busters: Contact Lenses

Ever wanted to try Contact Lenses for yourself? But not sure if you should because of many taboos and horror stories you have heard or read about? We’re here to answer those often pondering worries that a potential new Contact … Read more


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Essilor X-Series: Ultimate Vision Experience at Swiss Cottage & Faversham

A device specially designed to work accordingly to the motion of your movement catering to your everyday want and needs. The Varilux X-Series is the first ever Varifocal Lens that allows you to shift from one task to another, without … Read more


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Download our App: How To

We’re happy to announce that our app in now available for download, don’t worry as we will guide you on how to install and use the app at your convenience. You can now stay up-to-date with your latest appointments, prescriptions … Read more


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Winter Eye Health

Going into the winter months, the weather can impact our eyes harshly. Whilst you may not be able to see it, the sun is always there and it’s rays are always emitting. UV protection is an essential in the cold … Read more


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Contact Lenses & Bacteria

On a day to day basis, our hands come into contact with a germ-infested world. From the dusty seats on the tube to the 50 year old office keyboard at work, harmful bacteria love to linger in unexpected areas that … Read more


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What are the benefits of Transition Lenses?

Transition lenses, also known as photochromic lenses, are a clear lens which automatically darkens when exposed to sunlight and UV.   Key Features of adaptive lenses are: – Change from clear indoors to dark outdoors – Dark in bright sunlight … Read more


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Blue Light Filter Coatings.: Is It Worth The Hype?

You’ve probably seen and heard of lenses on glasses that have a blue light filter that are supposed to be good for alleviating eye strain and are ‘better for your eyes’. You’re on the fence about whether this is true … Read more


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Eating for your eye health! Keeping your new years resolution!

Here are some of the top super foods out there to start you on your way for this 2017! Eating for your eye health!  Along with getting the most from what you eat, you can protect the health of your eyes by getting … Read more


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Eye facts and myths set straight

When you were a child, did your family tell you to eat carrots because they helped you see better in the dark? Is this a myth? Well, yes and no Carrots contain vitamin A, or retinol, and this is required … Read more


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World Diabetes Day: Early detection is key

Blurry Vision – What you need to know? Bringing attention to National Diabetes Month, where every year of November we express the importance of managing health problems linked to diabetes including; heart attacks, amputations, stroke, kidney disease and vision loss. … Read more


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Cleaning guide for your glasses

Smudges and grease occurrence on your lenses are a common problem when your skin excretes oil and dirt from day to day handling. Using water to clean your glasses should be avoided for metal frames, although washing up liquid is a preferred … Read more


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Protecting your eyes against harmful UV-rays

UV risks have been linked to a wide range of different visionary diseases and is one of the lead causes of vision loss. Even during cloudy days the effects of UV-rays can have damaging effects. Most prominently leading to the … Read more