Eyediology Opticians
Call now
Call now
Website
Call
The eye examination is a vital health check and should be made a part of your general health regime. Glasses are not just about correcting vision, they can also be about expressing your personality. Our designer sunglasses ranges have been hand picked by fashion experts for our boutique store set at the heart of the East End in Spitalfields Market.

Our designer sunglasses ranges have been hand picked by our fashion experts for our boutique store set at the heart of the East End in Spitalfields Market. Order online or by completing the contact lens reorder form (for existing Eyediology patients). If you do not have access to email please leave a voice mail if we are unable to answer immediately, we will return your call.
Highlights

As an independent practice, we recognise only too well that you have an abundance of choice when it comes to choosing an optician. Maintaining our independence and quality of service is at the core of growing our practice. We have been gathering a loyal patient base who have been happy to recommend Eyediology Opticians to family and friends alike. It

We at Eyediology Opticians London take the responsibility of caring for your eyes very seriously. Because of this, we thought we would outline clearly just what you should expect from us. There are no hidden costs to dealing with us, we are always open about what you will be purchasing; rest assured that the products that you see are all the genuine

Teamwork is a crucial ingredient in guaranteeing patients a caring and professional service. We have always placed great emphasis on the professionalism and commitment of our practice team who contribute significantly to the continued success of the practice. Patient care is our number one priority. Ravi graduated from the University of Cardiff in 2001

Spitalfields received its name from St. Mary's Spittel, a hospital and priory that was founded in 1197. The Spitalfield Market did not begin until the thirteenth century in the field next to the priory. This was a rural area that by 1666 was being used by all manner of traders. By 1682 King Charles II allowed John Balch a charter to hold a market on

With the ready access to good eye health care and eyewear, your sight can often be taken for granted. As such Eyediology Opticians are working with the charity Vision Aid Overseas to provide free glasses to be used in developing countries. This enables doctors and optometrists working in these countries to be able to correct some of the vision problems

Reviews
Review Eyediology Opticians

Be the first to review Eyediology Opticians.

Write a Review