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Working in any type of industrial environment can pose a potential risk to employees’ vision. Machinery, chemicals, sparks, or metal fragments can damage eyes irreparably. Providing corporate eyecare and safety eyewear to local businesses, Specsavers Galway stores, located at the Eyre Square Centre and in the Headford Road Shopping Centre, offer a comprehensive range of safety glasses. These are specially designed to protect the eyes and, with prescription lenses, can be worn in place of the employee’s own glasses.
Proving to have a keen eye for business Oranmore Optometrists is celebrating 16 years of exceptional success.
Good vision is essential in helping people fulfil their potential in many pursuits including sports such as running, swimming, and cycling. Specsavers Eyre Square and Headford Road specialises in eye care and the professional teams are on hand to advise on the best eyewear ranges, including contact lenses.
Nutrition is one of the only areas where someone can take action to help avoid eye health problems. If you take control of this area of your life you can significantly reduce the risk of having poor eyesight or even going blind.
Oranmore Optometrists, located in the Orantown shopping centre, have truly got the Christmas festivities well underway. Santa has already had his annual eye exam to ensure he can check his lists twice without any eye fatigue, meanwhile, Mrs Claus is finally delighted to have her dry eye symptoms under control! Not forgetting Rudolph and his Deer friends, they were fitted with special anti-glare lenses to guarantee minimising glare when flying around!
Dry eyes is a very common condition that occurs when the quantity and quality of the tears fails to keep the surface of the eye adequately lubricated.
June 2018 marks a very special year for Oranmore Optometrists. This year we are celebrating 15 years in business. I, Jude Duggan set up the practice in June 2003 shortly after receiving my BSc(Hons) MCOptom qualifications in Optometry from the University of Ulster in Coleraine and College of Optometrists in London.
People aged 50 and over in Westmeath are encouraged to participate in this year’s Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Awareness campaign by availing of a free AMD test in late September.
As with other forms of eyewear, contact lenses are continually re-engineered and redeveloped to offer more comfort for wearers, with the most recent innovation coming from Ciba Vision/Alcon. The new Dailies Total lens, a daily disposable, features ground-breaking new comfort levels for the wearer. In technical terms, this is possible through the lens’s increase in water content from 33 per cent to more than 80 per cent from core to surface. This offers the highest breathability of any daily disposable contact lens, delivering exceptional comfort that lasts through to the end of the day.
By Five per cent of Galway residents tested positive for age-related macular degeneratio (AMD), a leading cause of blindness, and have since been referred on to an eye specialist.