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4 simple Steps To getting Your Family Eye Care They Deserve

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Step 1

fill out the simple form below to book your family eye care appointment, give us any times & dates that are convenient with you. We can also give discount savings for family’s over 5

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Step 2

Within 24 hours we will get back to you by phone or email confirming your appointment. Also, we will send you a Reminder one week before your appointment in case you forget…

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Step 3

You simply pull up next to our vehicle in your allocated space, we politely ask you to arrive 10 minutes before your appointment. Its so easy and simple making your life less hassle.

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Step 4

Once your glasses are ready we will deliver them to your family at home to make sure they are fitted correctly. Bringing all the needed tools and equipment.

Single vision Lenses

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  • FREE Fitting - Adjustments
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  • 1 Years FREE After Care To YOU!
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Digital varifocals

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  • FREE Fitting - adjustments
  • See clearly at all distances
  • Modern progressive lenses
  • Never need bi-focals again!
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  • Transition Photochromic Lenses
  • 100% High Quality Lenses
  • Choose from a wide range of lens tints
  • 100% guaranted customer satisfaction
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3 Benefits you will recieve when choosing our family eye care service

NHS eye screenings and tests for children

All babies will have an eye screening at birth and again at about six weeks of age by a GP or health visitor. During their first year at school many children will have a screening for lazy eye. The screening is to detect whether a child has reduced vision in one or both eyes.

What happens if we detect problems?

If the eye test detects any problems, your child will be referred to an orthoptist, who is part of the eyecare team and generally works alongside ophthalmologists and optometrists. Orthoptists work in local health clinics or hospital eye clinics.

What are eyedrops used for during an eye test?

Some children, especially younger ones, might need eyedrops for their eye test. This is important because it can ensure that the correct glasses are given and that the optometrist or ophthalmologist can have a clear look at the internal structure of the eye. Once put in, the drops will need a while before they work (the darker the eyes the longer it takes).

family Eye Care Experts

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children 6 MONTHS - 12 YEARS

Reason: To catch common problems, like retinal abnormalities, strabismus (abnoral eye align-ment) and Glaucoma, as soon as possible.
Frequency: Starting at 6 months, followed by a check-up at 3 years old, and then an eye exam every 2 years after that.
visual Impairment Risk Factors: Infection during pregnancy; difficult or assisted labour; premature birth; Low birth weight; Suspected nervous system dysfunction; Family History.

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teens 13-18 years

Reason: to address eye problems that become more noticeable during the teen years; routine checks for teens wearing contact lenses, regardless if an eye problem is present.
Frequency: Annually or as recommended.
Visual Impairnment risk Factors: high refractive error (fairsightedness, nearsightedness, astigmatism), Strabismus; anisometropia (One eye has poorer vision than the other); Family History.

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adults 18 years and older

Reason: Preventive and reactive eye care.
Frequency: 18-60 years: Every 2 years (without problems) or annually or as recommended (with problems) 61 years and older: Annually (without problems) or as recommended (with problems).
Visual Impairment Risk Factors: Hypertension's; Diabetes; Family History; Occupational hazards; Ocular side effects from prescription or non-prescription medication; wearing contact lenses; history of eye surgery; Other health conditions or concerns.

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