We are an independent, family optician dedicated to excellence in eye care. We offer professional examinations and stock a wide range of designer frames, sports eyewear and contact lenses. Supporting each of our five professional optometrists is our friendly team of qualified dispensing opticians and receptionists.


Serviced Areas

  • Dundee Perth Local

Contact Details

  Website
  City Dundee
  Postcode DD2 3DB
  Address 151 High St Lochee
  Phone Number 013 8261 1457

From Our Website

For the safety and health of patients and colleagues we are following all government and health authority guidelines. At Ferrier & MacKinnon Optometrists, we've always been proud to deliver an exceptional professional service to our patients. For over 25 years, our family-run firm has given trusted advice and great value to our patients in Kinross, Lochee, Burntisland, Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath, Newport-on-Tay and Inverkeithing. We love hearing from you! Whether you love your ‘spectacular' new spectacles or you're trying a comfy contact lens, get in touch with us here.


For the safety and health of patients and colleagues we are following all government and health authority guidelines. Mr Ferrier founded our company under the name of John Ferrier Optometrist in Kinross and Lochee in 1988. Four years later, John Ferrier Jr and Charles MacKinnon qualified as optometrists and Ferrier & MacKinnon was born. Initially we had three practices in Lochee, Kinross and Burntisland. The Dunfermline practice opened in 1996 when Colin Ferrier joined the company. More recently, we have acquired practices in Newport-on-Tay, Cowdenbeath and Inverkeithing.


For the safety and health of patients and colleagues we are following all government and health authority guidelines. Good vision is essential in childhood development and regular eye examinations are the key to good vision. Research has shown that one in five school children have an undetected eye problem. As 80% of a child's learning occurs visually, many children cannot see well enough to reach their full potential or enjoy everyday childhood activities as much as they could. A child may not realise if their vision is not clear - they assume the way they see is normal.


For the safety and health of patients and colleagues we are following all government and health authority guidelines. If you don't qualify, our standard examination fee is 50. Most people will be eligible, but if you're not sure just contact us and we'll be happy to help. For only 9.20 per month, you can enjoy comprehensive contact lens care with our experienced optometrists. Regular check-ups ensure you always have clear vision and exceptional comfort from your contact lenses. These are normally charged at 50 per appointment.


For the safety and health of patients and colleagues we are following all government and health authority guidelines. The practice is a minutes walk away from the main bus stops on the High Street (next to Greggs/Scotmid), with regular services to Dunfermline, Rosyth, South Queensferry and Dalgety Bay. The practice is a 10 minute walk away from Inverkeithing Train Station, which connects to major stations throughout Fife and beyond.


For the safety and health of patients and colleagues we are following all government and health authority guidelines. Bolle has a historic tradition of fine quality production and manufacturing. Started in Oyonnax, France in 1888, the company was known for combs and hair ornaments at first. In 1956, their first cat-eye frame was designed and the popularity of the brand began to take off. Furla interprets the Italian spirit in a contemporary fashion, adding its unmistakable touch of creativity, elegance and timeless simplicity, proposing modern and eclectic collections that combine the latest trends with craftsmanship.


For the safety and health of patients and colleagues we are following all government and health authority guidelines. The practice is opposite Baynes Bakers and there is parking available nearby, within 5 minutes walk. The car park at the Co-op is free, and maximum stay is 2 hours. There are also car parks at Mill Street, School Wynd and Millbridge. The practice is short walk from local bus stops (at the Kilt Shop and the florists), connecting the town with Milnathort, Crook of Devon, Kelty and other local villages.