Glasses today come in all shapes, sizes and styles.
With improving technologies, convenience and fashion, glasses are becoming an increasingly popular choice. They also provide a solution for those who suffer from an eye condition that prevents them from wearing contact lenses.
All About Vision
A thin plastic lens placed directly onto the surface of the eye, usually to correct vision.
choose a frame
Read our top tips on what to consider when choosing your frames.
Wear eye protection
Everyday life presents a surprising number of hazards for our eyes and vision. You might not think to wear eye protection around the house.Learn More
The Crizal® Range
Crizal lenses stay clean, clear and glare-free
Essilor Anti Fatigue
Enjoy your daily activities by reducing visual fatigue
Before Going To The Optician
CheckAlways see a certified and registered optician.
Most display their up-to-date registration certificate at their premises.
AskLet your optician know
about any concerns.
It’s their job to look after your optical health, so they’ll be happy to answer all your questions.
RelaxFirst time? Don't worry!
Opticians are professionals - and people. They’ll give you all the advice you need.
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