Private / NHS / Adults / Children

Our fees

Direct debit options are available for contact lenses. Bespoke direct debit plans are also available for people who are addicted to Sunglasses and Spectacles – ask in store for details.

Private eye examination – £45.00

Includes retinal photography, eye pressure check and visual field analysis.

Contact lens appointment

New fit soft lenses – £65.00 (2 appointments)
New fit RGP – £120.00 (2 appointments)
New patient aftercare – £65.00
Existing patient aftercare – £45.00

Heidelberg OCT 4D scan - £30.00

Cutting edge technology to capture and view retinal images.

Dry eye consultation

Option 1 – £200.00 (3 months of unlimited appointments)
Option 2 – £140.00 (2 appointments)

NHS eye examination - free

You qualify for a free NHS-funded sight test if:
  • you’re aged under 16
  • you’re aged 16, 17 or 18 and are in full-time education
  • you’re aged 60 or over
  • you’re registered as partially sighted (sight impaired) or blind (severely sight impaired)
  • you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes or glaucoma
  • you’re 40 or over, and your mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter has been diagnosed with glaucoma
  • you’ve been advised by an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) that you’re at risk of glaucoma
  • you’re a prisoner on leave from prison
  • you’re eligible for an NHS complex lens voucher – your optometrist (optician) can advise you about your entitlement
You’re also entitled to a free NHS sight test if you:
  • receive Income Support
  • receive Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (not Contribution-based)
  • receive Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
  • receive Income-based Employment and Support Allowance (not Contribution-based)
  • are awarded Universal Credit
  • are entitled to, or named on, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
  • you are named on a valid NHS certificate for full help with health costs (HC2)
  • are a child wearing glasses
  • have diabetes
  • are aged 40 or over and have a family history of glaucoma
  • are aged 70 or over

People named on an NHS certificate for partial help with health costs (HC3) may also get help.

Optometrists recommend that most people should get their eyes tested every two years. However, in some circumstances, they may recommend more frequent NHS sight tests; for example, if you:

  • are a child wearing glasses
  • have diabetes
  • are aged 40 or over and have a family history of glaucoma
  • are aged 70 or over
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