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The main door will be kept locked so that social distancing guidelines can be adhered to at all times. We will continue to limit the number of people in store at any one time. For repeat CONTACT LENS orders, we are still able to process and can post these - please call us-020-7228-2754. As a long established independent optician in Battersea in London, Optique provide a unique patient experience and tailor our service to exceed the expectations of our patients by putting their needs first.

Optique in Battersea promise that our friendly, professional team of Ophthalmic Optician, our dedicated Dispensing Optician and Optical assistants will always look after you and your family. Optique, opticians in Battersea in London has been providing specialist Eye care services since 1987. We pride ourselves in offering our patients the highest level of optical care and continue to attract patients beyond the local community.

Optique has many patients who visit our Opticians from all areas of London and abroad, including a number who have moved away but return for their regular check-up and all their eye care needs.
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read more › Optique, opticians in Battersea in London has been providing specialist Eye care services since 1989. We are family owned independent opticians and our goal is to offer our patients the highest level of optical care. Our commitment to quality and service extends to the persons who looks after you, as soon as you walk into our friendly yet professional practice. Your eyes will be examined by our well experienced and qualified Ophthalmic Optician, while your spectacles will be dispensed by fully trained staff.

read more › Optique, opticians in Battersea in London specialise in all aspects of eye care. In this section you will find information on Optomap Eye Examination, Eye Tests, Children's Eye Care, Computers and Eyes and Maintaining Good Eyesight. With over 25 years of conducting eye examinations and contact lens consultations, you can be assured that we will carry out a full and thorough examination after careful assessment of your visual needs. Additionally, we are now very pleased to offer an "optomap" - a state of the art, ultra wide-field digital imaging of the retina of the eyes - no other system can image the retina to the same extent!

read more › At Optique, we are very pleased to be able to provide our patients with an Optomap Eye Examination. An Optomap is a state of the art, ultra wide-field digital imaging of the retina of the eyes. The retina is the light sensitive lining within the eyes which allows you to see well. Assessing the health of the retina is a very essential part of an eye examination. The retina is the only place in the body where blood vessels can be seen directly. This means that, in addition to eye conditions, signs of other disorders such as hypertension, risk of stroke, heart disease and diabetes can also be seen on the retina.

read more › Optique, opticians in Battersea, London recommend that most people should get their eyes tested every two years. If you receive any government funded benefits such as: Income Support, JSA, Universal Credit, Tax Credit ESA Pension credit. People named on an NHS certificate for partial help with health costs (HC3) may also get help. If you do not qualify for an NHS eye test- our Fee for private Eye Examination is 45.00 which includes a comprehensive ultra wide retinal imaging with the latest technolgy using the OPTOS.

read more › At Optique, opticians in Battersea in London, we believe most children have excellent sight and do not need to wear glasses. Some children may have vision screening done at school (between the ages of four and five). This is important because many children will not realise they have a problem - children assume the way they see is normal - they will have never known anything different. However, the earlier any problems are picked up, the better the outcome. If you are long-sighted, your eyes are too short and the light that comes into your eyes is focused behind the retina rather than on it.

read more › Working long periods on the computer can strain the eyes causing symptoms like headaches, 'tired eyes'. Blurred vision and have difficulty in focusing. Optique, opticians in Battersea in London advices that if you spend a lot of your time looking at computers it is crucial you take regular breaks and have regular eye examinations. When focusing on a screen your reflexes will slow down, tear production will reduce, and you will blink less, causing dry and uncomfortable eyes. Remember the 20-20-20 rule: every 20 minutes, look 20 feet away (six metres) for 20 seconds to give your eye muscles a break and help increase the rate of blinking.

read more › Optique, opticians in Battersea in London believe there are things that you can do to try to maintain good eyesight. Following these general guidelines will help you to main good eyesight. Have regular eye examinations. This will allow your optometrist to spot early signs of eye disease, when it is easier to treat. Most people should have an eye examination at least every two years. An eye test will establish whether you need a different prescription for your glasses or contact lenses. Stop smoking: Smoking has been linked to AMD, which is the leading cause of blindness in the UK.

read more › At Optique, an independent optician in Battersea in London, we stock a wide variety of spectacles frames to suit all budgets. We have the latest Retro styles to traditional styles. If you are unable to select from our vast range, Optique has the ability to source 'that special frame for you', if you are able to tell what exactly you are looking for. We feel, we have best choice of designer brand on the high street, to help you create that special look you deserve. To view our range of frames, visit Optique, opticians in Battersea, London at 276 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3BS.

read more › At Optique, opticians in Battersea, London, we think right lenses are crucial to good vision and comfortable spectacle wearing. Lenses differ in so many ways from Single vision to Varifocal, Photchromic - Transitions to Polaroid, Standard to Ultra-thin. As Optique is an independent optician, we work with many lenses suppliers, such as Zeiss, Nikon, Essilor and Rodenstock. Our prices are competitive and we will prescribe you the best lens option for your prescription, regardless of price. We will recommend an optically aesthetic lens to suit your needs and budget.

read more › Optique, opticians in Battersea in London believe that too much exposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays can contribute to the development of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. It is essential you wear Sunglasses with UV protection level of UV400. At Optique, opticians in Battersea, London, you will find a wide variety of the designer brands of sunglasses. Come along and see our latest collection of sunglasses. If you don't find the pair suitable for you, Optique will source sunglasses to meet your requirements.

read more › Contact Lenses are also a great alternative option for any of sports. Non- prescription goggles can be worn over the contact lenses to give you the best possible eye protection. Optique, opticians in Battersea in London is able to supply prescription protective glasses and goggles to protect your eyes in a variety of hazardous environments. Please inform us of your requirements, and we will discuss and advice you of the best Safety prescription eyewear. For help and advice on Sports Eyewear and Safety Spectacles, visit Optique, opticians in Battersea, London at 276 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3BS.

read more › Optique, opticians in Battersea, London believe contact lenses are a great form of vision correction. Advances in contact lens technology means that almost everyone is suitable for contact lenses as they can correct simple short sight and long sight and lenses are available for the correction of astigmatism and also multifocal contact lenses which correct the vision for far and near. They are easier to use and more comfortable to wear than ever before - in most cases you will not even feel the lenses in your eyes after the first few minutes.

read more › Optique, opticians in Battersea, London, can provide you with help and advice on the types of contact lenses available and their suitablity for your needs. Nowadays most people wear soft contact lenses made of a moisture-rich material called hydrogel. Hydrogel lenses are breathable, so oxygen can pass through them to help keep your eyes healthy and feeling fresh. There are different types of contact lenses available to suit your individual vision and lifestyle needs. Daily disposable lenses are the easiest contact lenses to look after.

read more › When it comes to vision correction, contact lenses give you crisp all-round vision, the freedom to be active and a fresh look. If you are interested in contact lenses, why not call in for an informal chat or take the plunge and book in for a contact lens trial - you don't need to buy any lenses until you have successfully completed your trial. For help and advice on Contact Lenses, visit Optique, opticians in Battersea, London at 276 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3BS. The information on this site is for Educational Purposes Only and is not designed to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any health conditions.

read more › It is a common myth that children cannot wear contact lenses until they reach their late teens. With the advances in modern contact lenses, this is no longer the case and Optique, opticians in Battersea, London, regularly prescribe contact lenses to children - even as young as 12 years old. Modern contact lenses are safe and very comfortable to wear. Optique will be able to recommend the most suitable lenses for your child. Our skilled members of staff will talk your child through how to insert and remove their lenses and look after them.

read more › The light coming into the eye needs to be focused on the back of the eye (the retina) for you to see clearly. Some people have eyes that are too long, so the light focuses in front of the retina. This means that they cannot see things clearly if they are far away from them (such as the TV or blackboard at school) whilst their near vision is usually clear. Short sight - Myopia, normally develops in childhood or adolescence and is often first noticed at school. You may need to wear glasses all the time, or just for driving, watching TV, sports or at school.

read more › Conjunctivitis is an infection / inflammation of the conjunctiva which is the thin layer that covers the white of the eye and the inside of the eyelids. It can affect one or both eyes, causing discomfort. Mild conjunctivitis can usually be treated with over the counter antibiotics from your pharmacist. However please arrange a consultation if there is any pain or severe redness or inflammation. Conjunctivitis can be passed on very easily, so ensure you wash your hands thoroughly after touching your face and try not to share towels and face-cloths.

read more › The natural lens within the eyes is normally clear. A cataract is when the lens starts to become cloudy. The progressing cataract causes blurred vision, scattering of light, double vision and changes in colour vision. Cataracts are common in the elderly but can also occur in midlife so it is recommended to have regular eye examinations every two years or sooner if recommended. Cataracts can affect each eye differently and if left untreated can cause virtual blindness. Cataracts can be detected very easily and we then advice you on the next step necessary to have treatment for them.

read more › Blepharitis is the inflammation of the eyelids, where the lid margins become red and swollen. If these conditions persist, it is best to seek advice from the Optometrist or your doctor, who will be able to prescribe the best course of treatment, depending on the severity of the condition. For help and advice on Blepheritis, visit Optique, opticians in Battersea, London at 276 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3BS. The information on this site is for Educational Purposes Only and is not designed to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any health conditions.

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