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Moorhouse Opticians When it comes to your eye health and vision - arguably the most important of your five senses - you want to make sure you're placing them into the hands of a qualified and experienced team. As a family-founded practice, we're proud to specialise in family eye care. From children and teenagers to adults and the elderly, all of our staff have ample experience with a variety of different conditions and circumstances.

You can rest assured that there's always a friendly expert on hand to assist you with any queries you might have. Why not give us a call, or pop in and visit one of our practices to find out more about us and the services we can offer to you and your family? We have six branch locations across Yorkshire, so you're sure to find one that's conveniently located for you.
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read more › Moorhouse Opticians is a third-generation family business, with our sister company having been established for over 90 years. Managing Director - Richard Puttrell - first became interested in a career in optics after a chance meeting with an optician while he was at school. Richard has some significant personal achievements under his belt, including completing the Inca Trail in 2009 and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in 2011. However, it was the freedom to influence the progress of the practice and the level of care that our loyal patients receive that encouraged Richard into his current role in an independent opticians practice.

read more › You probably already know that it's important for you to have your eyes tested at least once every two years. If you're over 70 years of age, have diabetes or glaucoma, you'll need to visit your optician every 12 months. But do you know why it's so important to make sure your eyes and vision are checked regularly? When you visit us for an eye examination, one of our friendly optometrists will carry out a series of tests to assess your visual acuity - how well you can see. These tests include reading a series of different sized letters off a board or screen, and possibly testing different types of lenses to see whether they make it easier or harder to read.

read more › Get your little one off to the best start in life - make sure they're visiting the optician regularly. Your child's vision shapes the way they interpret the world, and significantly contributes to their development and learning. It is often thought that children don't need an eye test until they are able to read, but in fact they should be regularly visiting the optician from about 12 months of age. Using a combination of shapes and pictures instead of words and numbers, we are able to track and monitor your child's eye movements and their reactions to visual stimuli to assess their vision and eye health.

read more › Computer work can take its toll on your eyes - avoid lasting damage with a specialist check at our practice. Do you work in an office all day, or in a job where you use a computer a lot of the time? If so, you'll probably recognise the feeling of tired, sore and achy eyes that can come as a result of spending several hours looking at a screen. The reality is that excessive VDU (visual display unit - or computer monitor) use can seriously take its toll on your eyes. That's why it's important to make sure that you are taking the necessary steps to ensure they stay protected.

read more › If you need new eyewear, the choices you make are significant. These days, glasses aren't just to help improve your vision, but they're an important accessory too that can say a lot about your character and personality. Perhaps you're looking for a smart and sophisticated pair of frames that you can wear to work? Or maybe you prefer colourful and bold designs and would like your new specs to reflect that? You may not even be sure of the shape or tint that best suits your face and features. Whatever your situation, here at Moorhouse Opticians we can help you find the perfect pair of frames for you.

read more › If you have a particularly active lifestyle, or even if you are simply not keen on the idea of wearing glasses, contact lenses could be the ideal solution for you. They work to the same principle as a pair of specs, but have a number of different advantages that may make them more suitable for your lifestyle and requirements. Whilst some people are still put off by the idea of having to place contact lenses directly onto their eyeball, the reality is that this is a very quick, easy and painless process that soon becomes second nature.

read more › As well as thinking about the style and design of frames you would like in your new eyewear, it's essential to also give some consideration to the type of lenses you are going to need too. After all, it is the lenses that will be responsible for improving your vision! Alternatively, you could choose bifocal or varifocal lenses instead - these are split into two with a prescription for distance vision at the top, and one for near vision or reading at the bottom of the lens. Your glasses will be an important part of your everyday life, so naturally you'll want to make sure that they remain in top condition for as long as possible.

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