It’s no secret that contact lenses aren’t for everyone. Whether it’s personal preference, lack of suitability for your prescription or simply the thought of putting them in your eyes. However, space-age technology has enhanced lenses capabilities hugely and now anything is possible.
Our professional team of contact lens fitters here at Goldsmith Webb offer expert advice tailored specifically to your prescription. They cover every base, from comfortable ultra-thin, ultra-soft disposable lenses that can be continuously worn for up to 30 days including sleep, to style with coloured lenses to turn your eyes blue, green, pink or whatever other colour you desire.
DESIGNER & BESPOKE FRAMES
Our stunning designer glasses offer you the very best from a wide range of elite brands and styles. With leading labels such as Tom Ford, Versace, Ray Ban and Gucci all available, there has never been a better time to get your designer specs with Goldsmith Webb.
However, your options don’t stop with our first-class designer options. If your own personal bespoke glasses are what you desire, then look no further than Goldsmith Webb. A unique pair of made-to measure spectacles have never been easier to own. From consultation to design to the crafting of the frames, they are tailored to your requirements.
As the sun shines bright, maintain your cool with our luxury designer sunglasses. With over 10 world renowned designer brands available, you should look no further than Goldsmith Webb for your designer shades.
Protection and fashion go hand in hand here at Goldsmith Webb. Although our focus is centred around maintaining and protecting healthy eyes, we understand that style is vital. Now with our extensive range of sunglasses, Goldsmith Webb have combined the two in order to guarantee ultimate safety as well as the ultimate look.
BOOK AN APPOINTMENT
We have several independent opticians throughout Essex.
Each of our opticians offers our fantastic in-store eye care and designer brand services.
Good vision is crucial in childhood. 80% of a child’s learning occurs visually, if children are unable to see efficiently, they may find it difficult to enjoy aspects of play and learning as well as hindering their potential academically.
Regular eye examinations are the key to a child’s vision. Children should have their first eye examination by the age of four. It does not matter if a child is too young to read a letter chart or even talk as we are able to use a variety of modern equipment to detect vital problems at any age. We provide free NHS eye tests for all children under 16. Don’t delay, contact us today for an appointment.
ADVANCED EYE EXAMINATION
We rely on our sight in all aspects of daily life and therefore an eye examination is essential to monitor eye health and maintain the best vision possible. We strive to provide the most thorough eye examinations using the latest technology and equipment so you, the patient, have full confidence in our findings and recommended management.
We advise regular eye examinations for everyone including children, even when you are not experiencing any difficulties. Please contact us if you have any queries or questions about our eye examination and related issues.
DRY EYE ASSESMENT
At the Goldsmith Web practice, we often come across patients with Dry Eye. Although there is no ‘cure’ as such for dry eye syndrome, we can provide a variety of treatments and measure that offer patients significant relief from the condition.
Treatments such as Lid Margin Hygiene can be applied by patients themselves using hot water and a flannel each day. Alternatively, lubricants can be provided in the form of gels and drops to keep the surface of the eyes wet and reduce these symptoms. For a full dry eye assessment book an appointment at Goldsmith Webb today.
COLORIMETRY & DYSLEXIA
Discover how colour can alleviate visual discomfort and help with dyslexia. Many sufferers of dyslexia could be helped by overlays or Precision Tinted Lenses. It is essential that every child who shows symptoms of dyslexia is referred to a vision practitioner who can undertake a full eye examination.
A diagnostic process has been designed that allows for the identification of visual stress, thereby distinguishing it from other barriers to reading. This is achieved by the simple selection of an optimum coloured overlay placed over the reading matter.