Pople and Broad Opticians, Heathfield

Pople and Broad opticians have been serving the community of Heathfield and surrounding areas for over 80 years.

What we offer:

  • Professional eye care for the whole family run by a dedicated husband and wife team.
  • Newly refitted practice with the latest equipment for assessing the health of your eyes.
  • Friendly experienced staff on hand to advise you and help you choose your frames.
  • High quality lenses and frames at sensible prices – often cheaper than most high street chains plus no travel or parking!
  • Designer brands – Ted Baker, Hackett, Pepe, Silhouette,Converse, Superdry
  • In house laboratory and repair and glazing facility.
  • Contact lens fitting and supply for all types of contact lenses.
  • Regular replacement schemes for contact lenses or pay as you go
  • Minor eye condition service – a new service funded by the NHS which accepts any minor eye concerns – patients may be self referred or referred by a GP or pharmacist.

Pople and Broad Opticians – If you haven’t been to see us yet, why not?

Opening hours:

09:00 – 17:00 Monday–Friday
09:00 – 13:00 Saturday
Closed Sunday

Contact us:

01435 863232

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If your child has not had an eye test make sure they have one before they start school and sooner if you suspect there is anything wrong . Squints and lazy eyes
Picked up early can be treated and the earlier they are detected the better the outcome.

Book your child’s appointment which is free under the NHS for all children 16
And under and those 18 and under who are still in education.

Pople and Broad Opticians Heathfield
01435863232Condition of the week: pseudo squint (also known as pseudostrabismus) is a common condition in which there appears to be a squint (turn of the eye), but in fact the eyes are normal.

In pseudo squint, one or both of the child’s eyes can look out of line. When the eyes are tested, there is no true squint and the eyes are in fact straight. Your child’s orthoptist is trained to test for squints and their optometrist to check that there is no current need for glasses and that the eyes are healthy.

With very young children, we sometimes need to repeat the orthoptic tests after a few months to be sure that there is no true squint. Older children may also need to be seen again because a squint which is only present some of the time is suspected (intermittent squint) or because there is a family history of squints and/or glasses in childhood.

Find out more about pseudo squint: bit.ly/2spmG4m
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