People of all ages can suffer from sight defects such as short sightedness (myopia), long sightedness (hypermetropia), astigmatism and presbyopia (sight deterioration as you grow older). The examination will allow the optometrist to determine the lenses required to correct your vision. The prescription lenses can be made up as either glasses or, if you wish contact lenses.
Our eye examinations are thorough, and by booking an appointment with us you can be assured that our optometrists and staff will provide you with all the assistance and guidance you require.
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Or call us on 01952 811750 to arrange your booking
If you are homebound we can also arrange to visit you to carry out an eye test.
Are you entitled to a free NHS eye test?
You may be entitled to a free NHS eye test if you meet the following criteria...
• Aged under 16
• Aged 16, 17 or 18 in full time education
• Aged 60 or over
• Diagnosed with Diabetes or Glaucoma
• Aged 40 or over and the parent, brother, sister, son or daughter of a person diagnosed with Glaucoma
• On a low Income and named on a valid HC2 (full help) or HC3 (partial help) certificate
• Considered to be at risk of Glaucoma (as advised by an ophthalmologist)
• Registered blind or partially sighted
• Eligible for an NHS Complex Lens Voucher (your optician will advise on your entitlement)
• Claiming Universal Benefit (Income Support, Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Pension Credit Guarantee Credit or receiving Tax Credits and meeting qualifying conditions)