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Richard Petrie Optometrist
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Check out our 5 top tips for keeping your eyes healthy by eating well from nutritionist Emma Stanley.
#TopTips   #EyeHealth   #vision   #eyecare   #opticians  
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One week to go until our FREE children's eye health drop-in session at the practice.

Between 10am & 1pm on Tuesday 16 August, feel free to pop in for loads of information and advice on children's eye health.

Davina will be chatting about the rise of myopia (short-sightedness) in children and the latest treatment developments.

We'll be providing some light refreshments and you can book an eye examination for your child ahead of them going back to school in September.
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Blinx are fun children's frame accessories to help them personalise their spectacles with the things they love most! Sports, dinosaurs or bunnies, whatever your child loves, there's a perfect Blinx charm to customise their glasses frames with #Opticians   #ChildrensGlasses   #ChildrensVision  
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What our customers have to say about us - Mrs Sharman
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In her winter trends blog, Davina talks about the problems winter weather can bring for our eyes and how to combat them. She also looks at the latest frame trends and some of the great brands we have available in the practice.
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If your child is involved in lots of sports or activities that increase the risk of damaging spectacles, they might want to try out using contact lenses. During an exam, we can advise on the best type of lenses to use and teach children how to put them in, take them out and keep them clean. Read more in our blog.
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In this month’s #LittleoverLittleBook, Richard talks about the changes to Derbyshire children’s earliest sight tests. From April 2016, instead of being offered vision screening at 3 and a half or 4 years old, they will be screened in reception year of school. Read about the potential disadvantages of this change in his newest article.
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We’ve got a great range of Tigerlilly's Christmas cards on sale at the practice
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