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High fashion designer eyewear created with your unique style in mind.

Your eyewear should not only help you to feel good but look great too. As well as focussing on your unique style, your eyewear should fit comfortably and give your vision the protection it needs.

Choosing new eyewear can be a frustrating process, especially if you aren't
sure what type of lens or frame best suits you. High fashion designers are constantly developing their frames and lenses to ensure that you have a wide range of quality eyewear to choose from.

Our dispensing team will be on hand to help you choose your new eyewear.
You'll have the opportunity to discuss your lifestyle requirements and any styles that you prefer. This will make the experience much more enjoyable and you'll benefit from our teams eyewear knowledge.

We have an array of different frame types for you to try, from rimless to semi-rimmed and plastic. We stock designer ranges from Anna Sui, Joules, Ted Baker and Hackett. and many more high fashion brands.

It's also important that you have an idea of the type of lenses that you require.
You may have a prescription for a specific type of lens but advancements in
lens technology means that you may benefit from other lens types too.

We've summarised some of the lenses you'll be able to sample and use:

Hi Index: These lenses are much thinner than standard lenses, they are
lighter as well.

Photochromic lenses: Are light sensitive lenses which darken in sunlight and become clear indoors.

Varifocals: Experience difficulty with reading and close work? Varifocals allow you to view distant objects as well as intermediate and near objects with no visible dividing line.

Bifocals: Bifocals come in a variety of sizes and shapes to suit all patient
visual requirements.

Reflection Free: Can improve your vision by reducing light loss through annoying reflections (up to 8%) especially in high powered lenses.

Tint: A variety of shades and colours for general wear to dark tints for sunglasses with full UV protection.

Safety lenses: Grades 1, 2, and 3 impact safety glasses are available using toughened glass, plastic, and polycarbonate lenses, in a variety of frames.

You'll receive all of the information you need to ensure that your new eyewear
is kept clean and protected. We'll also recommend any additional coating and solutions that can be used to guarantee the longevity of your spectacles.

If you have any problems with your eyewear, bring them into the practice and we'll be happy to have a look at them and give you the support you need.

Simply call us on 01778 346147 and speak to a member of our friendly team. Alternatively, you can visit our book an appointment page and request an eye appointment.

Hackett

Joules

Ted Baker

William Morris

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