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Eye Examinations

At Eye Deal Opticians you will get a comprehensive eye examination in a comfortable spacious examination room with a friendly unrushed atmosphere.
All the procedures and their outcomes will be fully explained and written advice given where necessary.
A prescription is issued immediately after the examination and you are free to take it elsewhere for dispensing if required.

(It must be noted that any problems experienced with prescriptions made up elsewhere are not the legal responsibility of the issuing Optometrist or Eye Deal Opticians)

Book your Eye Examination by ringing the practice on 01405 767705 or use the Contact Us page and we will get back to you as soon as possible

check out your NHS entitlement for a free eye examination below

To help you chose your new spectacles we have our Visioffice system that photographs, videos and allows you to compare upto four different frames at a time.

The Visioffice technology also takes every measurement we need to make up your new spectacles even bifocals and varifocals. It even adjusts those readings for how you hold and move your head naturally.

Comfortable Trial Frame
Tonometer for pressure testing. Not a puff of air in sight!
Henson 6000 Visual Field Analyser
Topcon NW6S High Resolution Retinal Camera
Computerised Test Chart
Digital Imaging with a Slit Lamp Biomicroscope

Above is some of our equipment we use to provide all the information required for the continued health of your eyes.

We believe in keeping as up to date as possible with new technologies which are of benefit to you and your eyes.


NHS Examinations

Listed below are the criteria for a Free Eye Examination. Are you entitled?

Based on Age:

  • If you are under the age of 16
  • If you are a full time student aged 16,17 or 18
  • If you are aged 60 or over

Based on Income - if you or your partner receives:

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseekers Allowance
  • Working Families tax credit
  • Disabled persons tax credit
  • A HC2 certificate

Based on Health:

  • If you suffer from diabetes / glaucoma
  • If you are aged 40 or over and are the parent, brother, sister or child of a person with glaucoma
  • If you have been prescribed with complex lenses under the NHS optical voucher scheme
  • If you are registered blind / partially sighted

You may be eligible to partial help with your eye exam and / or spectacles, if you receive a low income. You will need to complete a HC1 form to apply, and these are available from eye deal opticians


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