We have a new and exciting piece of equipment here now! With our new fundus camera we can take photos like this of the back of your eye. Keep an eye out for our article on retinal photography coming in the next few weeks. Until then, feel free to ask about retinal photos when you […]
Half term starts next week and we are already almost fully booked so do get in touch soon to book your appointments. Also, do remember that if you experience an acute or emergency eye problem, do get in touch. Even if we’re fully booked, we can usually see emergency appointments on the same day.
We have another student with us today. Ish is studying Pharmacy at Cardiff University. He will be learning a little about eye conditions that he may see as a matter of course during his career as a Pharmacist and with permission from this afternoon’s patients, he may well also sit in on some appointments to […]
Floaters Often, people with healthy eyes see floaters. They appear as spots, lines or cobweb effects, usually when you look at a plain surface like a white wall or a clear blue sky. They appear when the clear jelly in the main part of your eye gets older. Flashes Sometimes, the jelly in the main […]
Diabetes affects a great many people in the UK, and often goes undiagnosed for months or years, until picked up in a routine sight test or health check. If you are diabetic, you will be asked to come for your eye test at least every year so that we can keep a closer eye on […]Read More