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Daily routines have changed dramatically for a majority of Irish people in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. With more people working from home, it is more important than ever to look after your vision and try to reduce eye strain.
While most of us look forward to the arrival of warmer weather, for allergy sufferers this can be a tricky time of year – and being in lockdown does not mean they are less susceptible.
Specsavers Castlebar and Ballina have invested in hospital-quality equipment that can help detect treatable eye conditions sooner. The Mayo stores have introduced an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scanner - a cutting-edge piece of equipment that allows opticians to view the eye in more detail than ever before.
Specsavers Eyre Square and Headford Road specialise in children’s eye care and provide expert advice on the best eyewear ranges for kids. This includes contact lenses, which can be perfect for afterschool sports and other recreational activities. Contact lenses are a great alternative for active children on the go, as glasses are not always the most practical option for GAA, gymnastics, or running around in the park after school.
Irish Rugby internationals Ultan Dillane and Dave Heffernan took advantage of Specsavers’ latest hospital-quality technology ahead of the Guinness Six Nations to help ensure they are at the top of their game.
Banish the winter blues this December as Specsavers unveils a new designer collection from Orla Kiely.
It is important to take care of our eyes. Poor vision makes it harder to complete simple daily tasks such as reading, driving, and cooking. So when it comes to looking after our eyes' health, we want the best possible care. With that goal in mind Specsavers Galway - Headford Road introduced the revolutionary optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan to its store in June this year.
The audiology team at Specsavers Galway stores is to open a new hearing clinic in The Spiddal Medical Centre, County Galway, commencing Wednesday, October 2.
Jobs Expo Galway returns to the Galway Racecourse on September 21st, showcasing a diverse range of industry-leading employers, with hundreds of highly-skilled jobs for the region. Recruitment teams with job opportunities will be looking to talk to skilled professionals in the West of Ireland and further afield. This FREE event will kick off 10am inside the Wilson Lynch Building at the Galway Racecourse
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.