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Q1. I think my eye sight is fine. Do I still require an eye examination?

Q2. What does my eye examination include?

Q3. How often should I have my eyes checked?

Q4. What is refractive error?

Q5. What is Farsightedness and what is Nearsightedness?

Farsightedness, also known as hyperopia, is a visual condition where light is not properly focused on the retina at the back of the eye. Distant objects may appear clear, but near objects may appear blurry. Some signs of farsightedness include eye strain, fatigue or headaches after close work, aching or burning eyes, or difficulty maintaining a clear focus of near objects.

If you or your child have experienced these signs, a comprehensive eye examination by your Optician can test for farsightedness. Eyeglasses or contact lenses can correct farsightedness by altering the way light falls on the back of the eye.

 

Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, is a visual condition where light is not focused on the back of the eye. Distant objects appear blurry, but near objects appear clear. Nearsightedness is very common. There is some evidence that nearsightedness is caused by too much near work especially at a young age. Nearsightedness is usually first found in school age children, especially while children are growing. Signs of nearsightedness include trouble seeing the chalkboard in school or difficulty seeing distant objects like a TV.

If you or your child have experienced these signs, a comprehensive  eye examination by your Optometrist can test for nearsightedness. Eyeglasses or contact lenses can correct nearsightedness by altering the way light falls on the back of the eye. You may only have to wear the optical correction for distant activities, such as watching movies.

 



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Why choose P.K. Bahri Ophthalmic Opticians?

  • Over 25 Years experience in private practice and hospital Ophthalmology Departments
  • P.K. Bahri is an Independent Prescribing Ophthalmic Optician BSc(Hons), FCOptom, DipOC, DipClinOptom, DipTp(IP), FAAO
  • P.K. Bahri can treat many eye conditions
  • P.K. Bahri has worked in the world famous Moorfield's Eye Hospital
  • Conditions requiring surgery can be diagnosed and early referrals can be made where necessary

Upminster Practice

Address:
P.K. Bahri Ophthalmic Opticians
172 St Mary's Lane Upminster
Essex RM14 3BT
Email:
info@bahriopticians.co.uk
Phone and Fax No:
01708 228397

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Opening Hours

Monday to Friday

9.00am to 5.30pm

Saturday

9.00am to 4.30pm

Closed for lunch

1.00pm to 2.00pm

Sunday

CLOSED

Woodford Practice

Address:
P.K. Bahri Ophthalmic Opticians
188 High Road Woodford Green
Essex IG8 9EF
Phone and Fax No:
0208 504 0438

Opening Hours

Monday

9.30am to 5.30pm

Tuesday

9.30am to 5.30pm

Wednesday

9.30am to 7.00pm

Thursday

CLOSED

Friday

9.30am to 5.30pm

Saturday

9.30am to 1.00pm

Closed for lunch

1.00pm to 2.00pm

Sunday

CLOSED