We stock a wide range of designer and specialist frames such as Mykita eyewear, Tag Heuer glasses and Tom Ford frames to name but a few. We also have access to many more upon request. Please feel freeto contact us by telephone or email if there is anything you are looking for but do not see here. We are more than happy to investigate your request and will reply promptly to any emails we receive. Eyediology has one of the largest ranges of frames available, with styles to suit everybody.
We are an independent optician with over 30 years experience of treating patients in the City of London. We provide an excellent standard of clinical care and have the freedom to recommend what isbest for your vision problem and lifestyle. We also stock the latest ranges of fashion frames like Tom Ford, William Morris Prada, and many more, as well as fashion and sports sunglasses from Bolle, Oakley, and Serengeti.
We are a forward looking practice, with innovative ideas, a progressive approach to eyecare services and treatment. We regularly attend seminars and conferences in the USA, UK and the rest of Europe,so as to keep in tune with current and future research for the treatment of eye diseases, like Macular Degeneration, Diabetes, Cataract, Glaucoma and the control of short sightedness (Myopia) in children and young adults.
Since moving to our current premises in the late 1980's, the Mason's Avenue Practice has maintained its status as one of the most professional independent Opticians in the City of London. A policy ofonly employing professionally trained staff, introducing the latest diagnostic instrumentation and fully computerising the Practice, has carried the Company successfully into the 21st Century.
We are an independent opticians providing a warm, friendly and professional service. Our Old Kent Road practice was established in 1996 and Southwark Park Road was opened in 2012 by Farah Nizam (BScHons) and Gus Sidhu (BSc Hons MBCO and FBDO Contact Lenses Certificate), who have between them over thirty years of experience in providing first rate eye care. We carry out a comprehensive eye health check, providing prescription glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and child eye care.
We are United Kingdom Registered Optometrists. We are authorised suppliers of all products listed on this site. We only supply genuine glasses. All Prices are in GBP. We supply the Largest Range ofDesigner Brands and the Largest Selection of Contact Lenses on the web. This is done through bulk buying of everything from the cheapest model of budget frames to the most expensive Designer Style. THERE IS NO TRY AND BUY POLICY. THIS MEANS ALL GOODS BOUGHT ARE NON REFUNDABLE.
Welcome to P Shah Optician, your local independent optician in the City of London. Based next door to Moorfields Eye Hospital; only 1 minute from Old St. Tube Station (exit 8). We pride ourselves onbeing able to offer the very latest in contact lens technology and aftercare, as well as all the high quality services you would expect from an independent professional optician. This includes a full eye test (examination).
Whether you're after contact lenses, designer and bespoke frames or just an eye test and some professional advice. Customers of Gregory & Seeley enjoy modern, state of the art, and cutting edgetechnology to make sure your eyes stay in the pink of health. With both the Optomap and MPod testing facilities, superior results are produced and comfort and ease go hand in hand.
Whatever your optical needs Antony Austin Optometrists are able to satisfy them. Whether you feel you have a problem with your eyes or simply want to check if your eyes are healthy, change yourspectacle frames, investigate wearing contact lenses or purchase the latest style of sunglasses we are available to help and reassure you. Just like check-ups at the dentist or doctor regular eye examinations are an essential part of routine health care.
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is used increasingly in optometric practice to identify retinal pathology, to improve referral accuracy and to monitor for progression of disease. It is vital thatthe optometrist understands the image in front of them and knows how to describe any abnormality to another professional.