Address: 336 London Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, SS0 7JJ. Tel: 01702 346828
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm. [Closed for lunch 1.30pm to 2.30pm.] Saturday 9.00am to 2.00pm.
COVID 19 - UPDATE MARCH 26TH 2020 - We have reluctantly had to close the practice until further notice as we are unable to guarantee the safety of our staff and patients. We will review the situation regularly and post updates here. If you are a contact lens wearer please let us know if you require any further supplies and we can arrange for them to be posted to you for as long as the manufacturers stay open, even if you usually collect them from us. In addition, we may be able to provide an emergency supply of contact lenses to wearers who are not registered with us - please email with your requirements. We will endevour to answer any questions and concerns that you may have and would ask that you email us rather than telephone if at all possible. The answerphone will be monitored regularly, but it may take some time for us to be able to call you back and we thank you for your patience and understanding. For urgent cases telephone and video consultations can be arranged as appropriate, please email with details of the problem in the first instance. In case of an eye emergency ONLY, please contact Southend University Hospital for advice.
Family owned and operated since 1956, we are an independent optometry practice providing private and NHS eye tests to residents of Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend-on-Sea, Thorpe Bay, Leigh-on-Sea and surrounding areas. The practice is currently run by Paul Rose Bsc(Hons) D.Opt.
As one of our patients, either private or NHS, you will receive an individual and personal service. We pride ourselves on providing both professional eye care and quality eyewear. Advice is available on all forms of visual correction including spectacles, contact lenses, keratoconus and laser eye surgery.
We specialise in complex contact lens fitting and the revolutionary ICD mini-scleral contact lens for the treatment of keratoconus, irregular and damaged corneas, severe dry eyes and other complex cases.
Treatment and advice for Dyslexia, Meares-Irlen Syndrome and visual stress is also a speciality of the practice and you can get help in the form of coloured overlays, clip-ons and tinted spectacle lenses.
For those of you who struggle to read small print, or the subtitles on the TV, we stock a wide range of low vision aids, including internally illuminated magnifiers and the incredible Max TV system, which doubles the effective size of your TV screen.
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