Considering alternatives to glasses and contact lenses? Attend complimentary Optometrist Screening Consultation in North London on July 29, 2017
Britain has witnessed groundbreaking medical advancements in the field of vision correction in the recent years.
July 20, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – With modern vision correction techniques such as LASIK, LASEK, 3rd Generation SMILE and Lens Replacement, one does not need to rely on optical aids like glasses or contact lenses. However, as every individual’s vision needs are different, researching sight correction choices and options can be overwhelming.
Optegra, the leading Eye Health Care Group in the UK is offering a free Optometrist Screening Consultation in North London on July 29, 2017 between 10 AM and 4.30 PM. The 30 minute session is the perfect opportunity for patients contemplating vision correction to speak to an Optegra Eye Care specialist to review their medical history and ascertain suitability for vision correction.
The North London Optometrist Screening will be held at Optegra’s North London Hospital conveniently located at 6 The Technology Park Colindeep Lane, London, NW9 6BX. Prior booking for this event is encouraged as space is limited by visiting Optegra.com.
Optegra Eye Health Care has recently launched its Vision of Britain 2017 report in in conjunction with Boots Opticians. This essential guide to eyesight and eye health offers wealth of advice to help care for your vision. The report is packed with invaluable facts such as importance of essential eye tests, eye surgery facts and myth busters. The Vision of Britain complimentary report is a must for every home and is available for download by visiting Optegra.com.
To learn more about Optegra, UK’s most trusted eye hospital group as rated by patients visit Optegra.com or call Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9am-4pm.
Optegra Eye Health Care operates seven dedicated eye hospitals based in Birmingham, Central London, Hampshire, Manchester, North London, Surrey and Yorkshire. For more information please visit Optegra.com.