Opticians in Northern Ireland

List of Northern Ireland based opticians, optometrists and ophthalmologists offering professional eye care, exams and tests.

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Voted Family Friendly Business of the Year [NI4Kids] in addition to being a finalist in the UK Optician Awards 2015 in the section Optometrist Of The Year, we also went on to be WINNER of Family Optician of the Year in the UK & Ireland Optician Awards 2017, McCrystal Opticians offers a wide range of comprehensive and professional optometric eye care. The practice, situated in the town centre, offers

  • Excellent service, always kind and courteous, great eye test and lovely glasses.

Smart boutique style practices with fully trained staff and state of the art equipment. With new ranges arriving weekly the choice of frames is kept fresh and up to the minute. Choose from the widest ranges of designer eyewear in Belfast - including exclusive brands such as the gents tailored range Austin Reed, Dior, Armani, Police and just arrived Burberry.

Independent, highly reputable Optician's practice, situated in Magherafelt, Mid Ulster. Over 20 years of professional service, this very experienced Optometrist provides a high level of care and attention to detail. The practice has the best range of frames to suit any budget in the area, with quality and value for money being guaranteed. Qualified to carry out eye examinations, and to fit and supply

  • My daughter Emma has hydrocephalus and has a shunt fitted from 11 days old. Emma has attended

Geoff McConville is probably one of Ireland's best known opticians, with one of the most technically progressive practices in Belfast. A graduate of The City of London University, Geoff set up the first Boots Opticians in Northern Ireland in 1986, managing its flagship store in Donegall Place. Two years later he opened his own independent practice, a modern, chic boutique showcasing international brands.

PJ Brogan is a name synonymous with quality and care in Optometry over the last 40 years. Situated in new, spacious premises at 56 Bow Street, our aim is to provide for all your optical needs. If you wear Glasses or Contact Lenses or if you simply require a routine examination, we hope you will find what you are looking for in our practices.

Black & Lizars was formed in 1999 as a result of a merger between two of Scotland's oldest optical retail chains - Lizars and C. Jeffrey Black. In 2007 we added practices in Stirling, Falkirk and Haddington and were very honoured to be chosen to provide optical services at Gogarburn, the prestigious global headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland. We strive to provide only quality products, the highest

Advances in medical science and particularly in the field of optics mean that we can offer new and innovative ways of improving your eyesight. Watch the video presentation on our new digital imaging technology. We specialise in all aspects of care for your eyes. See our new stock of trendy frames and sunglasses.

The earliest reference to the optical theory which underlies the use of a contact lens as a vision aid is thought to be Leonardo da Vinci. The actual work by this father figure of so many different fields, both scientific and artistic appears to consist of the construction of a large translucent globe. When the globe was filled with water, and the observer immersed his face in it, there resulted the

The new layout allows you to come in and browse at your leisure and try on the latest styles of leading designer brands. Gucci, Armani and Silhouette are just a few of the many on display. Alternatively if you are interested in contact lenses you can ask one of our qualified staff about the new range of contact lens materials and designs currently on offer.

We have recently installed a state-of-the-art topcon digital retinal camera in our test room. This will allow us to take photographs of the back of your eye, and enable us to carry out a far more detailed examination than was previously possible. The image we take is similar to the one shown here, and our experienced optometrists can use this photo to diagnose the health and condition of your eyes.