• 18 The Precinct, Middleton Rd,Chadderton Oldham, OL9 0LQ
  • 0161-665-3673
  • hello@chaddertonopticians.co.uk

Articles

It is time to take a keen look at your eye care routine to see eyecare mistakes you should look out for this lockdown. There’s no doubt that you use your eyes every waking moment, whether it's making lunch, driving to work, working in front of a computer, relaxing in front of the TV, or reading a book, your eyes help you steer through the day.

A bifocal lens

Bifocal Lenses are made up of two different power strengths in a single lens for distance and near vision. The upper and lower part of the lens is separated through a visible distinct line. There is no gradual distinction between the two. In addition, you have to look up and down to switch between the prescriptions you need. However, with a long-distance prescription at the top and near vision at the bottom.

A dilated eye exam is the best thing you can do for your eye health! Since many eye diseases have no symptoms or warning signs, you could have a problem and not know it. Even if you think your eyes are healthy, getting a dilated eye exam is the only way to know for sure. Dilation is part of a thorough eye exam where your doctor uses special eye drops to keep your pupil open.

Cleaning your eyeglasses daily is the best way to keep them looking great, which will prevent the lens from scratching.If you wear eyeglasses, you probably recognize how irritating it is to have dirt, grit, or grease stuck on the lenses.And beyond being annoying, it can cause eye strain and headaches

It's a condition marked by inadequate eye lubrication due to tear ducts not producing enough tears, or tears evaporating too quickly. A lot of people have these symptoms, which is not usually a serious condition but could be a miserable one. It's much more common among older people but it can happen to anyone. There are two main reasons for dry eye.