You won't feel rushed during your eye examination with us. Our appointment times are 30 minutes for a reason.
When you visit your optician, you want to make sure that every aspect of your eye health has been thoroughly investigated. You can’t change your eyes every two years, so it is important your time and money are invested correctly, to ensure your most precious sense is in optimal condition.
At Scotts Opticians, we understand how important your vision is to you, and we do everything we can to ensure your vision is optimal.
That's why we have appointment times at 30 minutes, longer than most high street practices.
A 30 minute consultation allows our experienced optometrists to ensure that your every visual requirement is taken into consideration. We optimise your vision and then check your eye health. Additionally, we have enough time due to our extended appointments to explain our findings and recommendations to you, in a way that is easy to understand and not rushed.
Even if you think nothing is wrong with your vision, an eye examination should be a vital part of your health routine. Just from an eye examination, our optometrists have detected sight-threatening diseases and in some cases, we have saved many lives. Certain eye diseases, such as glaucoma and cataract, can appear without any visual symptoms.
Finally, if you do not need glasses we will not persuade you to buy them. We have a strong reputation for integrity, and your health is our main priority, not what you buy after your examination.
We are one of the few practices regionally to be accredited as an NHS Enhanced Service Provider for both Norfolk and Suffolk patients to provide triage services for acute eye problems. We receive many referrals from our GP colleagues, who do not have the equipment or experience to examine the eyes to the depth of our clinicians. Call us in the first instance if you feel you have an acute eye problem and we will point you in the right direction.
In addition, we stock a wide supply of with eye drops and lid wipes for commonly occurring conditions such as blepharitis and dry eye.