If you’re out of doors a lot during lockdown, make sure you protect your eyes against UV light by wearing good-quality sunglasses and/or a wide-brimmed hat.
We can’t wait to get back to our normal practice – we miss you all. Stay well and see you soon…
Research has shown that playing out of doors is very good for your children’s eyesight. In these strange times try and let them play in the fresh air and sunshine as much as possible. It will be good for their spirits as well as their health.
It looks like opticians are going to be in the third stage of returning to something near normal service in the third stage of coming out of lockdown. Obviously we will be looking at our method of working very carefully, but we’re really looking forward to being able to see you all again.
We are all in danger of spending too much time on our phones, tablets and computers; please remember the 20:20:20 rule. Every 20 minutes look up 20 feet away if you can, for 20 seconds. During the 20 seconds give some good blinks. Your eyes and head will thank you.
Obviously we can’t examine your eyes just now (and we do miss you all), but if you need helps ring us on 01382 224620 and leave a message and we’ll get back to you. Meanwhile eat well, and try and get out-of-doors for some exercise (protecting your eyes from UV light) to keep your eyes healthy.
The premises may be closed, but Lindsay and Johnson Opticians are still very much alive and we are taking this time to do further study and to prepare for the future. Meanwhile take care and stay safe,
Whilst our premises are closed, the business of Lindsay and Johnson is still very much alive. Follow our Facebook and Google my Business pages and the website for our latest articles/news. If you have a query leave a message on 01382 224620 or submit an email and we will reply as soon as possible. You can also join my Facebook group “Ask a Dundee Optician”. For emergency eyecare contact Ian Jarvis Opticians on 01382 462236.
Meantime keep safe and I look forward to seeing you all again soon.
I am afraid that in these very strange times we have had to temporarily close. In the case of an emergency eye problem, please contact Ian Jarvis Opticians on 01382 462236.
After the Prime Minister’s statement last night we are now closed. We look forward to seeing you all again soon.
We did try to sort out contact lenses for patients, but I am afraid the companies, probably for logistic reasons of their own, haven’t been able to help us. We will be following official guidance very carefully and hope to be back to normal very soon.
We thank you all for your patience and support.