You and Eye Optical was established in 1998 to provide a high quality optical practice providing the best personalised service to clients in this part of the city.
Are you curious about the different types of eyewear lenses on the market these days? Here are some of the more common questions we get asked about lenses at the clinic.
Have you ever experienced eye floaters – those little black dots that appear in your vision? While floaters are often harmless, they can also indicate a serious eye condition. Read our latest article to find out more about eye floaters and what can be done about them.
If you wear contact lenses every day, or even save them for special occasions, you should know how to use and care for them properly to avoid damaging your eyes. Read our article for our top tips on how to use and care for contact lenses!
Are you concerned about your old pre-loved glasses ending up in landfill, or about the use of plastics in daily contact lenses?
At You&Eye Optical, we make it easy for you to reuse and recycle your old glasses.
Are your glasses crooked, sliding down your nose or too tight across your face? If your glasses are uneven or uncomfortable, it can get very annoying!
Here are some of the reasons why this might be happening, and what you can do about it.
If you struggle to work on the computer, read books or make out road signs, then new glasses can be a welcome relief. However, if blurred vision, eye strain or headaches continue, a wrong prescription could be the culprit. A wrong prescription will not damage adult eyes, but it can be uncomfortable or painful. It […]
You’re probably aware that spending a lot of time looking at screens can lead to eye strain and fatigue. You might have also heard reports that electronic screens produce a lot of ‘blue light’ that can harm your eyes.
Let’s look at what blue light is, what it does and when a filter might be needed.
A small scratch might not be particularly noticeable when you have your glasses on. Larger or multiple scratches can be distracting though, and may even obscure your vision.
Conjunctivitis is a common eye infection, especially in children. There are three different types of conjunctivitis – bacterial, viral and allergic.
The term glaucoma refers to a group of eye diseases that cause damage to the optic nerve, leading to vision loss. In most cases, the loss of sight will be gradual, and the problem may not be detected until a considerable amount of peripheral (side) vision has been lost. In fact, according to Glaucoma Australia, 50% of those with the disease don’t know they have it.