- eye examination
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"My name is Chloe Darson and I came to Bayfields Opticians for an eye test, on my arrival the staff were polite and helpful and it wasn't long before I was seen. Sunny was my optometrist she was thorough, informative and very friendly. During the eye test Sunny was very helpful and gave me all the information I needed in regards to glasses and even contact lenses. I explained I'd never tried contact lenses before as I was quite scared to try them, but would like to overcome my fear as I'd love to be able to go on stage and sing in front of people. She was very reassuring and helpful and explained the benefits, as well as discussing the free trial with me. I opted for the free trial and each time I came the staff were patient and dedicated to helping me accomplish wearing contact lenses. After many trials I was final able to put the contacts in and out, it was an outstanding achievement and I couldn't have done it without all the staff including Sunny, Jayne, Maria and Rob at Bayfields. The first time I wore them for a singing gig was a huge confidence boost for me, as I was able to get up there with ease. I would like to thank everybody at Bayfields for there outstanding customer service and genuine care."
Wakefield Eye Care Client Kath Farrell shares her experience:
'I have been a contact lens wearer for over thirty years, previously worn (should have worn!) glasses from childhood and possess a lifelong dread of eye tests.
My first experience of lenses wasn't good, at my initial consultation the optician told me I would never be able to wear lenses due to my prescription. I'm rather embarrassed to admit it, but, I cried. However, once I pulled myself together I insisted I wanted to try them, and, I have to say I've never looked back since (no pun intended!) - and with the added bonus of proving the silly man wrong!
My first pair were hard lenses which cost a fortune, and in those days you had the added cost of needing to insure them - which cost nearly as much as the lenses themselves! To be honest I'd have paid any amount of money to be free of glasses!
I continued with the same Optician for a couple of years which really didn't help my dread of eye tests. I eventually changed to a practice that only prescribed contact lenses and was very happy with the care and service they provided, the only down side was that I never really had a pair of glasses with an up to dated prescription, (which as a contact lens wearer I needed as a back up 'just incase') as it meant going to a different optician and another series of eye tests. I have to admit, in all my time as contact lenses wearer, I bet I can count on one hand the glasses I have been prescribed - not good considering that if I don't have my lenses in, I need a white stick! But, on a positive, I don't own a white stick, so just shows my long lasting love, compatibility and extensive wear of my contacts.
I was transferred to Pattersons Opticians when my contact lens provider retired which meant I could now sort out glasses and lenses at one practice. The practice was quite dated but the lovely, friendly Jayne on reception, put me at ease. I was considering changing to a different optician when I was informed that Bayfields were taking over (the world I think!).
This is now my second year with Bayfields. Initially, after my first visit last year, I was impressed, again the friendliness and customer care from Jayne and her colleagues is outstanding. However, I still found the whole 'consultation' bit stressful and quite intimidating, I felt I needed to apologise for being as 'blind as a bat' and felt I was a bit of an inconvenience.
I cannot believe what a totally different experience I have encountered recently. I don't just mean the very swish transformation of the practice either, which is lovely, but for me it has to be you Mark that has changed my whole perception of 'going to the Opticians'.
I was never aware of the different options available to me regarding lens choice, perhaps because the need to use reading glasses as well was never a massive inconvenience to me (they're always on top of my head!) That said, I'm more than happy to try anything that would reduce the need for reading glasses.
I can't believe the time you have been willing to take to get the best result for me, I could quite happily have 'lived with' any of the trials I have had but you were more than willing to provide me with the best vision possible. The result being, I can actually read without the addition of glasses - I can't remember the time when this was last possible! It took time but we got there in the end.
I really appreciate how your approach has eliminated my 'dread' of all things eye related. You are an absolute credit to the Bayfields team.'
Having been told early on that he needed vision correction, Chris Handley soon discovered that he was not a fan of glasses. After a few years of ‘putting up’ with clunky frames getting in the way of playing tennis and rugby, he knew he had better seek an alternative option.
At the ripe age of 18 Chris was first fitted with contact lenses, the first time he put them in he instantly felt a sense of freedom and soon realised he could participate in all his sports with clearer unrestricted field of vision.
Now age 51 Chris still loves his contact lenses, even shuddering at the thought of not being able to wear them, but he also lives a very busy lifestyle. Between full time working and playing sports he is previously found it very difficult to go to the Opticians for contact lens appointments. Lucky, now, as an eye care client at Bayfields Headingley, Chris is able to squeeze in his appointments while also continuing to enjoy his activities due to late night and Saturday morning openings.
Katie Stokes had been a client of Yager Opticians for many years before the practice became part of the Bayfields Group. When Mr Yager retired, Katie took the opportunity to look at her options. After a lot of thought, she decided it was time for a change and booked her contact lens review with a local, high street Opticians.
After months of return visits, Ms Stokes contact lenses were ‘never quite right’ so she returned to Bayfields for advice and hasn’t looked back since.
Here’s what she had to say:
Mr Dickson first came to Bayfields for a routine contact lens review only a matter of weeks ago.
During his contact lens review, with resident Optometrist Claire, Mr Dickson mentioned that he had been finding it increasingly difficult to focus on his computer screen whilst wearing his current, ‘monovision’ (one lens to correct distance vision, one lens to correct near vision) contact lenses. Little did he know there was a perfect solution for this issue:multifocal lenses.
Claire explained to that by switching to multifocal lenses he would not only be able to see his computer screen, but also look into the distance and read – all in the same pair of lenses! Intrigued by this ‘magic’, and eager to see if what Claire was saying was true, Mr Dickson left the practice with several pairs to trial.
Following the successful trial, Mr Dickson is extremely happy with the improvements the lenses have already made to his lifestyle. Not only can he see clearly, but he has also discovered a new, more convenient way of getting his lenses; through joining theBayfields Membership Plan. Mr Dickson’s lenses are now automatically delivered to his door every three months, without him even having to ask!
To find out about delivery and all the other benefits included in the Bayfields Membership Plans, click here.
After almost two decades of visiting Bayfields for his eye examinations, client, Paul Ford, felt he simply couldn't keep the secrets behind his loyalty to himself anylonger.
In a letter he wrote following his most recent visit, Mr Ford wrote:
After suffering for long enough from blepharitis (a condition where by the eye lids become inflamed causing swelling and irritation), Mr Trueman describes how he is standing a little taller since Wakefield’s resident Optometrist, Mark, introduced him to the MGDR Eye Bag:
MGDR Eye Bags are available for sale at all Bayfields Opticians. To find out about this, or any other Blepharitis treatment speak to a member of your Bayfields Team.
Other treatments for Blepharitis available at all Bayfields Practices include: Blephasol, Blephaclean wipes and Blephagel.
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Mrs Phelan had tried multifocal contact lenses countless times in the past with very little success; her vision was never as clear as in her glasses and no matter what she tried she simply 'could not get on with the lenses'. Finally, after many prescription tweaks and being told by her previous Optometrist that her vision would never get any better in contact lenses, Mrs Phelan admitted defeat and was ready to accept that she would have to settle for being a glasses-only wearer.
Last month however, on her daughter’s recommendation, Mrs Phelan came to us in one last ditch attempt to conquer contact lenses – she certainly didn’t expect the results she saw.
Following a thorough eye examination and contact lens consultation, resident Optometrist Lorraine was able to fully understand Mrs Phelans struggles and discuss her options openly with her. On Lorraine’s recommendation, Mrs Phelan decided to try Clariti multifocal contact lenses.
Just two weeks later, a very happy Mrs Phelan returned for her contact lens review, rating both her near and distance vision a tremendous 10/10, she is now wearing her lenses most days of the week.
Mrs Phelan is delighted with finally being given the freedom to wake up and choose between her glasses or contact lenses - a concept that seemed near impossible just a few months ago.
When asked to sum up her experience of Bayfields so far, her response was simply:
After years of young children reaching for her glasses, Jan Womersley - a fun-loving nursery nurse - came to Bayfields to find a more practical solution for her vision correction.
Following an eye examination, with resident Optometrist Lorraine, Jan discovered that her near vision had deteriorated since her last eye examination – meaning she would need to wear her previously-loved - now impractical - specs more often. Upon finding this out, Jan became more determined than before to find an alternative solution that would continue to offer clear vision, but also put an end to tiny hands being able remove her ‘eyes’ at work.
During her contact lens trial, Lorraine discussed the pros & cons of both monovision lenses (one lens to correct distance, the other for near vision) and multifocal lenses(lenses similar to those in varifocal glasses). Armed with all the facts, Jan opted to trial multifocal lenses and, after a little tweaking, has been reaping the rewards ever since. Here is what she has had to say about her success:
Mrs Bell is a head teacher at a local school - a job that requires a lot of reading. She needs her vision to see things at a distance (when driving for example) as well as close-up. She'd been wearing hard (RGP) contact lenses for the past 30 years but had gotten fed up with them because although they were varifocal contact lenses, she found she still had to put on reading glasses when needing to see things close up, which defeats the purpose of wearing contact lenses!
We wanted to resolve Mrs Bell's frustration so we looked at finding her a solution that would enable her to do away with her readers. She has an amblyopic (lazy) right eye so we decided to try refitting her with No 7 hard contact lenses - a single vision lens in the right eye (for the amblyopia) and a varifocal lens in the left eye.
With a little bit of work and extra effort - we had to adjust the left eye varifocal lens slightly - she now has good distance vision and near vision without the need for any spectacles over the top! Mrs Bell is very pleased with the result of her new contact lens trial and happy that we managed to find a better solution to suit her lifestyle. She said:
Mr Henshaw has been coming to the practice since it was run by Mr Yager. Previously, Mr Yager had placed him in pro easy, basic varifocals. However, when he next came to visit us, now Bayfields we gave him more varifocal options to choose from, hoping to improve his vision.
Mr Henshaw opted for the top of the range - Zeiss Individual lenses with an anti-reflection Lotutec coating. At the time, he thought he was mad paying a lot more for his lenses but was willing to trust us and give it a go. We explained that the new lens coating he was trying also comes with a 2-year scratch resistant warranty, so if they get scratched they are replaced free of charge.
When Mr Henshaw received his new spectacles, he said:
Mrs Elstone first came to Bayfields Opticians Pontefract about a year ago, for a routine eye examination and contact lens review. She told our resident Optometrist, Lorraine Jones that she was considering not wearing contact lenses any more, even though she’d worn them for many years. She explained further, saying that she wanted rid of her contact lenses because she was fed up with the fact that she couldn’t see anything up close with just her lenses in; she was forever having to put her reading glasses on over the top.
Little did Mrs Elstone know that there was a perfect solution for this issue: multifocal contact lenses, so that she could see things up close and far away without having to lift a finger! Lorraine highly recommended them, reassuring Mrs Elstone that they would not only solve her problem but also improve both her vision and lifestyle significantly. When Mrs Elstone agreed to try this suggestion, Lorraine and the Pontefract team fit her with the most suitable multifocal lenses for her and after a few weeks of trialling her new lenses, now Mrs Elstone can indeed easily see both far and near without ever having to touch her reading glasses.
We were delighted with Mrs Elstone’s reaction to discovering multifocal contact lenses for the first time:
Mrs Elstone’s Optometrist, Lorraine explained that:
Mrs Elstone is grateful to Bayfields Opticians Pontefract and plans on remaining a loyal eye care client for a long time. She said of us:
We are glad to have come to the rescue just in the nick of time it seems; and even happier that Mrs Elstone loves her new multifocal lenses.
I wish to record my thanks and utmost praise to Bayfields for the treatment and care I have received. Over the past 2 years I have been seen by 3 opticians and all have been quite outstanding.
In particular though I would like to express my gratitude for being given emergency appointments within an hour of contact on two recent occasions. I thought something was wrong and both times tearing and detached retinas have been diagnosed and emergency treatment arranged at St James' Hospital in Leeds. As a result my eyesight in both eyes has been saved and it is no exaggeration to say that.
Having suffered these in both eyes in the last twelve months I feel quite well qualified to describe symptoms and procedures. One of the things I would stress though is the need to contact your optician if you think you have any issue, rather than wait until you are certain you have. With tears and detachments time is of the essence.
The first time I had a problem was when I developed what is known as a Weiss Ring. To put it simply some of the vitreous humour ( a jelly like substance ) pulled away for the retina at the back of my eye. It was like looking through a thin leaf of gelatine rather than what was usual and I had a large speck like mucus which I could see as I moved my eye from right to left. This is nothing to worry about but is a sign that something is going on. The Weiss Ring was diagnosed and I was told it was nothing to worry about Bayfields told me to get in touch immediately if I experienced flashes or a sudden increase in floaters or black spots in my eyes.
Flashes are strange and it is easy to disregard early ones due to uncertainty. My first were like the briefest of lights that I was virtually unaware of. Due to uncertainty I left things until they were occurring quite frequently and giving flashes like a brief camera flashes - bars of light across my eye. I contacted Bayfields Opticians straight away who quickly diagnosed a tear and referred me to St James’s Hospital in Leeds that day for treatment.
With the second eye there was tearing and detachment without the development of a Weiss Ring… tears and detachments can occur without any prior problems. I thought I was beginning to get flashes – akin to tiny LED lights occasionally flashing for a fraction of a second followed later on by something a bit like a spark that became a little larger and longer in duration. My fears were confirmed when I suddenly started seeing black spots (floaters), which I later learnt was a result of a small bleed. Bayfields again managed to secure me an appointment immediately, correctly diagnosed the problem once more and referred me to St. James’s again for treatment.
I would like to start by saying two things:-
1. Eye surgery for retinal detachments is nothing to worry about even under local anaesthetic. In fact under local, you are generally treated more quickly and will certainly spend less time in hospital.
2. The staff at St. James’ are magnificent and you can have an enormous degree of confidence in their care and skill. I cannot praise them highly enough.
When I arrived at St. James’s I went through the usual procedure of drops in eyes, waiting, doctors peering with lights into eyes, taking measurements, testing (painlessly), eye pressures and confirming the need for surgery. I opted for surgery under local anaesthetic as it meant I could have the operation that day rather than the next and it was obvious the sooner the retina was repaired the better.
Leaving the ward to go into surgery and returning took less than 1 hour. I guess the operation took about 30 minutes and was relatively painless due to the anaesthesia. I was then asked to rest in the ward for an hour after which I was sent home. Follow-up treatment consisted of sitting upright, keeping my head still and sleeping on my side for the first week. Other than that, there was the usual drops and check-ups for the next month. All in all, relatively painless.
Once on the ward I had to sit with my head down for an hour after which I was sent home. I had to spend the first week . (I found this difficult so purchased a travel pillow from Marks & Spencer online and this allowed me to sit up in bed to sleep as well as lie on my side. There are of course drops to put in your eye for a month and check ups).
You are warned as with all operations of possible side effects which include, damage to sight, infection and the likelihood of developing cataracts but let’s face the blunt truth – without the operation you will end up losing your sight sooner anyway so there is no choice but to bite the bullet, understand that this is the best solution open to you and just have it!
For my second operation, I chose local anaesthetic again as I had learnt from my first experience that it really is a something and nothing operation for the patient due to the dedication and care, skill & equipment at St James’ in Leeds.
It is no colloquialism to say that eyesight is very precious. Time is of the essence with retinal issues. If in any doubt or if exhibiting any symptoms whatsoever, contact your optician immediately and truly, do not worry about the operational procedure you will face should a tear or detachment be diagnosed.
I hope it does not happen to you but if it does, do not worry, especially if you're with Bayfields - you're in safe hands! Bayfields Opticians provides an extremely professional, yet also friendly, fast, efficient and expert service. Bayfields staff and the clinicians at St. James' Hospital have ensured I have kept one of the most precious things imaginable - my ability to see. Thanks to all!
Mrs Joan Senior has been coming to Bayfields Opticians Pontefract since we purchased the practice in 2012. Upon her first visit to us, resident Optometrist Lorraine Jones quickly spotted the onset of a cataract in both eyes and swiftly referred her to the hospital for acataract operation. She also explained to Mrs Senior that she would have to return to us for a follow-up appointment after her operation, and that she would also need surgery on her other eye at some point.
After a successful operation and appropriate recovery time, Mrs Senior returned to us for her follow-up appointment to check the health of both her eyes the following year. This time she needed her right eye operating on. We reiterated to Mrs Senior the details of her situation and she understood perfectly that she would need to go back to hospital for another operation. However, she requested that we avoid referring her until after the horse racing season was finished, as she is an avid follower of horse racing and lives and works at the racecourse. Bearing in mind that we always try to fit recommendations and solutions to suit our eye care clients’ lifestyles and hobbies, our team listened to Mrs Senior’s request and arranged it so that her second operation did not clash with the horse racing season.
As a result, Mrs Senior is now delighted with the outcome of both operations and her vision has vastly improved, by 5 lines on the chart. Additionally, she is very happy with the service from the White Rose surgery which is where we referred her for her operations. Mrs Senior's comments are:
Mr. Richard Fawcett originally came into the practice for our comprehensive eye examination and while he was there, he began to the browse the gorgeous Oakleys we had on display. The practice manager informed him that Bayfields has an even wider range of Oakleys available at our Headingley practice. He was interested in seeing everything that Bayfields has to offer, so he was referred to our Headingley branch. Richard said
He was simply showed a range of different options to best fit his desire.
Richard struggles with hay fever so the team at Bayfields decided that Oakleys are the best solution for him. Richard explained why:
He was very impressed with the fact that he was able to go between our practices to further consider his choice. After communicating which glasses he was interested in, we arranged for his narrowed selection to all be in one place: at the Yeadon practice, so that Richard could compare and contrast the different frames. Richard was especially happy with this coordination, and said
For Richard, the fact that he was given the opportunity to make up his own mind, without obligations, was the "key point." He reiterates that the Bayfields team is "very helpful" and that
Because of the darker lenses, he says they
Faith Shelton first came to see us in Bayfields Pontefract for her eye exam in June, after a cataract operation. Initially her eyes were fine after her operation but once she stopped using her drops (as instructed), her eye became gradually red and sore. So in her eye exam, Mrs Shelton explained that she had a red, painful eye which was very sensitive to light.
Our Resident Optometrist Lorraine knew straight away that it had become infected, which was an urgent problem. Lorraine immediately rang the direct Ophthalmology line and managed to secure Mrs Shelton an appointment for the very same day, at Pinderfields Hospital.
However, as the hospital is in Wakefield, Mrs Shelton couldn't physically get to Pinderfields for the appointment. Because of this, our Optician Helen kindly offered to personally escort Mrs Shelton to and from the hospital... so off Mrs Shelton went in 'Fifi the Fiat', chauffeur driven by Helen! Upon arrival, she was given prompt treatment at the hospital.
Since then, Mrs Shelton's eye infection has been resolved and she has been able to return to us for a follow-up eye exam. After her eye care appointment with us, she also purchased some lovely new Versace spectacles which you can see in the picture below:
Mrs Shelton also said:
14 year old Lucy Turner realised quite quickly that she was struggling with her vision at school and that her sight was not as crisp as before. We immediately recognised the impact that this could have had to Lucy's academic success. She says:
Christopher Gwyn has been reaping the benefits of cutting edge Overnight Vision Correction (Ortho-K) technology for over 5 years now. He says
Chris pictured with Karen (Optical Assistant)
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Richard Mould has always had a love for sports, especially tennis. Before coming to Bayfields, his strong passion and sheer persistance meant that he maintained his active lifestyle despite serious problems with his vision. When playing tennis he used to have to severely squint and sometimes he would experience triple vision, seeing 3 balls instead of 1!
Richard came to see Angela at Bayfields Headingley as he was worried about his rapidly declining vision. Angela was quick to recognise the exact problem Richard had: Keratoconus, which can cause substantial vision distortion and can require surgery.
Angela referred him to a corneal specialist which resulted in Richard having cutting edge surgery to stop further progression of his Keratoconus. Richard was also prescribed correctional lenses to improve his vision. He says:
Richard is off travelling around the world very soon. He now hopes to be a tennis coach in Australia. We wish him the very best of luck with his dream.
Janet Warwick in her snorkelling gear enjoying her holiday in the Maldives. She said
Howard Jenson has been a loyal eye care client for over 2 decades, requiring spectacles for many years.
In 2009, Howard was diagnosed with Blepharospasm, Apraxia and Photophobia. This neurological condition causes the muscles around the eye to blink uncontrollably and sometimes clamp shut for long periods of time. It is believed to affect about 1 in 70,000 people.
Howard came in to see if our opticians, Emma and Claire could do anything to help him. Bayfields worked with Howard to find a specialized tint recommended by the Dystonia Society suitable for his condition. They also found stylish frames that could be adapted to have lundi loops attached onto them which keep the eyelids open.
Simon Hobson has been our faithful eye care client for over 15 years. He has consistently attended both our Headingley and Yeadon practices every 2 years for his routine eye examination and annual purchase of Oakley sunglasses to keep up with the latest trends.
In 2012, Simon noticed problems with his eyesight when driving. During his next eye examination, our Optometrist discovered that he needed distance spectacles. Simon saw our optician Claire, who recommended Zeiss Individual Lenses with Iscription for him. Simon chose a handmade Tom Davies frame and updated his Oakleysunglasses to include his prescription.
Later in 2012, Simon returned to us as he was having difficulties with seeing clearly when playing squash with his glasses. We suggested that Simon try out contact lenses, which he did. After a successful trial, Simon discovered that contact lenses worked perfectly for him. He likes his contact lenses so much he now wears them when socialising, in addition to when playing sports. He’s hopeful that contact lenses will improve his game, as he can now see much better!
Simon describes Bayfields as
Andrew Thorpe, School General Manager at the Institute of Communications Studies for the University of Leeds, speaks of his experience with UniVision:
Rebecca Clark, Access Academy Officer at the University of Leeds describes the incredible improvement switching to UniVision Opticians had on her life:
Alison Moore is the Resources Manager for the School of Education at the University of Leeds. She came to UniVision Opticians for an eye examination early in 2012. She has apresbyopic prescription, which means that she struggles with seeing things close-up and from a distance at the same time. When she came to see us, she was unaware that multifocal contact lenses were available, let alone that we could actually fit her with lenses suitable for her particular prescription. However, as a possible solution, our optician Farzana recommended she try them out.
Following a successful trial, Alison is now able to wear contact lenses whenever she wishes, and is extremely pleased with how this has improved her lifestyle, in terms of freedom, style and convenience - she no longer has to switch between multiple pairs of glasses either. In August 2012, Alison returned to UniVision Opticians, also wishing to purchase a pair of varifocal spectacles as a back-up to her contact lenses, and for occasional wear. By fitting her with a selection of high quality frames, we ensured that her situation was completely resolved. She now has the perfect choice of being able to switch between contact lenses and spectacles at her own leisure.
Mr. David Tebb has been an eye care client with us for a few years now. Before coming to UniVision Opticians, he had been wearing a relatively basic pair of spectacles. His old frames were quite heavy, uncomfortable and particularly ill-fitted for his features. Following a comprehensive eye examination, our optician Gary recommended that he tried out the latest Zeiss individual lenses, with lightweight, rimless Lindberg frames.
Not only does Mr. Tebb now have spectacles which ensure him optimal comfort; his lenses give him the best possible vision currently available in the optical industry. He is elated with his newest frames and continues to visit us regularly.
Alison Dubbins was very concerned about going to the opticians for a contact lens review as she has a strong phobia when it comes to anyone touching her eyes. Not only did Bayfields far exceed her expectations, she also said
Peter Brook works in plumbing, heating and tiling. Originally, he only used to wear reading glasses. Gradually though, he also became near-sighted; so he struggled with seeing far away objects as well.
Due to the nature of his work, Peter needs to be able to see things close-up and from a distance. Because of this situation, Bayfields suggested that Peter try out a variety ofvarifocal lenses, believing that he would benefit from them. Peter was price-conscious so we offered him 3 differently valued options, from a basic varifocal lens type to the best Zeiss lens available.
Peter felt it was no contest in deciding which lenses to choose - he was extremely impressed with the"top lenses" as he called them, and said they were evidently "far more superior." He explained that they are
Frances Fulcher has been a faithful Bayfields' customer for over 5 years. Always a lover of fashion, she has expressed interest in a wide range of funky, branded frames such as Carolina Herrera, Bulgari and Prada. Aware of her desire for 'bling' and sparkles, Bayfields has always provided her with multiple possibilities in the past. However, more recently her tastes altered and she decided she wanted plainer glasses. She describes the entire team as
Bearing in mind Frances' changed desire, Chris narrowed her choice down to 2 hand-made frames, a Lindberg rimless frame and a Charmant frame which was fitted with diamantes. In this way, Chris gave her the option of still being able to have a little sparkle in her new frames. Although Frances found it difficult to decide between 2 equally niche and chic products, she eventually selected the Lindberg rimless frame over the Charmant frame. Frances adores her latest glasses, describing them as
Silke Weischede is a loyal Bayfields client, and is a trainee pathologist who wears monthly contact lenses. She works long hours and relies on her eyes constantly. In June 2012, she started experiencing discomfort in her eyes, which caused her to have headaches - so she came to see us. Our Optometrist, Angela Wiggins diagnosed her with meibomian gland dysfunction and recommended her to a nearby specialist hospital for further treatment. For comfort, and because she was in the midst of her final exams, Bayfields recommended that she change from wearing monthly contact lenses to dailies. To further help with any irritation, our practice manager also advised her to regularly apply a hot flannel and eye bags (available at all Bayfields practices) to her eyelids.
Silke was extremely impressed with the extra care we provided for her, and said
Silke was recently in an emergency situation; because of her infection, she could not wear contact lenses for a brief period of time. She said
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