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Detect Eye Disease Early

Retinal photography is an advanced method that enables diagnosis of a number of common eye conditions; including glaucoma, diabetes, cataracts and macula degeneration. The procedure is painless and non-invasive, and involves the optometrist taking a digital photograph of the back of your...
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Anti Reflection Coatings

The materials used and the curved nature of lenses mean that up to 10% of light can be lost through reflections at the lens surfaces, these reflections can be distracting and appear unattractive. By adding a coating it allows around 99% of...
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Transition Lenses

Perfect for everyday use, these lenses are colourless indoors and at night, making them suitable for night time driving. They offer 100% UV protection from the sun’s harmful rays; reducing the risk of Cataracts and Macular Degeneration. Upon exposure to UV light...
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Eyecare for diabetics

Eye problems are one of the most significant complications of diabetes, and diabetic retinopathy is the most common cause of blindness in people aged 30-65.   The retina is made up from special cells called rods and cones which line the back...
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What is Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a condition in which the optic nerve at the back of the eye is damaged due to raised pressure within the eye and causes a reduction in the field of vision and reduced visual acuity. If detected early enough glaucoma...
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What is a Cataract

A cataract occurs when the crystalline lens in the eye becomes cloudy. This can vary from a slight haze at the start of a cataract to the lens becoming completely opaque in advanced stages. What causes a cataract? Cataracts can form at...
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