Eye Care

Eye Care

At Webb, Lucas and Stubbs we are committed to offering the highest levels of professional and clinical service while giving the best individual care and attention to our patients. Our optometrists are highly skilled clinicians who maintain specialist knowledge enabling them to prescribe you the perfect pair of spectacles or contact lenses. Through the ability to diagnose and manage a wide range of eye conditions, we aim to ensure that your eyes remain comfortable and that you can continue to enjoy seeing the beauty in the world around you.

We regularly attend national conferences and training events to ensure that we stay up to date with the very latest technology. We are pleased to offer a range of cutting edge equipment which provides exceptional imaging of the eye. Our equipment includes 3D spectral domain OCT scanning, digital fundus photography, anterior eye cameras and corneal topography.

We offer private & NHS funded eye examinations, and we are delighted to be able to offer everyone the opportunity to upgrade to a platinum eye examination with OCT scanning

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Eye Care Plan

Eyeplan is our comprehensive eye care package designed to provide you with our high quality eye care as well as great discounts off spectacles and sunglasses at an affordable monthly price.

We can offer you fantastic designer and quality classic frames fitted with high specification lenses with up to 35% off standard prices.

All this and your spectacles will be protected by Eyeplan’s Accidental Damage Cover for 2 years!

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Specialist Services

Our team of optometrists are all involved in providing extended NHS services, including:

MECS (minor eye conditions scheme) – we offer emergency appointments for patients with sudden onset symptoms, such as flashes and floaters or red eye, and also for those with chronic symptoms, such as gritty, sore eyes or dry eyes

Glaucoma Referral Refinement – we perform contact tonometry (pressure test) and extended visual field testing, using the same instruments as the hospital, to ensure only appropriate referrals are sent on to see an ophthalmologist

Post-op Follow-up for Cataract surgery – we are part of a pilot scheme, offering the follow-up appointments for patients who have had a cataract removed at Rowley Hall Hospital

Myopia Management

Myopia, often known as Short Sightedness, is dramatically on the rise around the world.

Speak to your optometrist today if your child:

  • Is already short-sighted.
  • Is under 16 years old.
  • Is a student in full-time study.
  • Spends less than 1.5 hours outside every day.
  • Spends more than 2 hours reading or using handheld devices (outside of school hours).
  • Has one or more parents with Myopia (though even with neither parent suffering myopia, it still affects 1 in 4 people!).

If any of the above applies to you, or if you just want to be certain you’re taking the very best care of your child’s eyes, we advise speaking to your optometrist to investigate the best course of action to help avoid or reduce the severity of myopia. More Information

Dry Eye Assessments

“The good news is that after a thorough investigation, most people find that dry eye is relatively easy to manage.”

During a dry eye assessment, we will carefully consider your own symptoms, health history and environment. We will then undertake a specialist examination of your eyes and tears, and once we have determined the causes of your discomfort, we will recommend the best way to alleviate your symptoms and ensure that you leave knowing exactly how to treat your particular condition with a bespoke care plan.

We will then invite you to return for follow-up appointments to fine tune your treatment. This is a private fee service and is not covered by the NHS. Ask for a dry eye clinic appointment at reception. More Information

NHS Sight Tests

Every NHS sight test is tailor-made depending on your need. As well as an eye health check, a sight test might detect signs of underlying general health conditions, such as diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Everyone should have a sight test every two years, or more often if your optometrist recommends it.

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