Award-Winning Eye Condition Treatments in Glengormley, Dromore, Dundonald, and Lisburn
What We’re Looking For
An eye test tells us a lot more than whether you need new glasses or not. Along with a few other similar procedures, eye tests can give warning to a number of conditions that when caught early enough could be stopped in their tracks. From high blood pressure to glaucoma, tests can show us what your body’s trying to tell you and help us outline the best eye condition treatments.
Fighting Common Eye Conditions
We offer a range of services to diagnose and treat a number of common issues. For example, specialising in dyslexia and visual stress solutions is just one way that we’re able to offer effective eye condition treatments. Be sure to come see us when your eye condition is playing up or if you feel like you’re experiencing symptoms of some kind.
Signs of Strain
Sticky Eyes : We have our own award-winning treatment for removing demodex blepharitis, the mite that causes sticky lashes and uncomfortable eyes. Our Clean Eye treatment is unique and successful and based on Sam’s own Tea Tree formula.
Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Solutions : We provide assessments and solutions from suppliers such as Cerium, Chromagen and our own laboratories. Sam Baird Opticians is recommended by Crossbows Educational Suppliers for dyslexia.
Migraines : Combining visual stress and Colorimetry techniques with Sam’s experience, we’ve managed to change a lot of people’s lives.
Dry Eye : We have novel solutions that have helped plenty of our patients.
Computer Screen fatigue / Visual Stress : We offer a variety of solutions for those who endure visual stress and chronic headaches as a result of computer work.
Before visiting one of our practices, first find out whether you or your family are eligible for NHS Entitlement reimbursement.
The NHS will pay for your test if you:
- Are aged 60 or over
- Are under 16 or under 19 and still in full time education *
- Are diagnosed as having glaucoma or diabetes
- Are aged 40 or over with a close relative with glaucoma
- Are registered blind or partially sighted
- Have been prescribed complex lenses under the NHS voucher scheme
- Receive Income Support, income-based Jobseekers Allowance, ESA or Pension Credit *
- Have or are named on a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate or a valid NHS certificate for full help with health costs (HC2) *
* May also be entitled to free NHS glasses.