What does an optometrist do?

What does an optometrist do?

An optometrist is a healthcare specialist who deals with examining and correcting eyesight, prescribes glasses and contact lenses and who can also fit, make and repair glasses. Therefore they must...
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Silhouette spectacle frames– enjoy every moment!

Silhouette spectacle frames– enjoy every moment!

80% handcrafted screwless and rimless frames made in Austria have made their way to Estonia. Pro Optika’s consultants can offer personalised advice on Silhouette products. A personalised Silhouette consultation differs...
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Why reading glasses?

Why reading glasses?

A lot of people who have had great eyesight for their entire life are surprised when they suddenly find it difficult to see things close up and feel as if...
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Choosing frames

Choosing frames

When entering an optics store you are faced with a wide range of frames to choose from. Where do you start? What kind of frames will suit you? These are...
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Sports glasses

Sports glasses

An athlete’s achievements and satisfaction are greatly affected by their eyesight. With outdoor sports, people are affected by such conditions as sun, wind, rain and snow. At the same time,...
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Photochromic or self-darkening lenses

Photochromic or self-darkening lenses

Photochromic lenses first appeared on the market in the late 1960s, but only became popular in the 1990s. When exposed to UV radiation, photochromic lenses undergo a chemical reaction that...
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Lens materials

Lens materials

Lenses are made from a variety of materials, the most common being mineral glass and plastic. We generally recommend plastic because it is lighter and more shatterproof than mineral glass....
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Accommodating lenses

Accommodating lenses

Accommodating lenses are for people who often experience eye strain and tension when reading with glasses and working on a computer. Accommodation is the ability of the eye to see...
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