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TRUST YOUR EYECARE

LOVE YOUR EYEWEAR

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See the difference

Beautiful, quality frames

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Following NHS Guidelines 

A mask must be worn in the practice.

As healthcare providers, we ask that you continue to wear your mask in practice to keep everyone safe. Our teams will have full PPE for your peace of mind. Thank you for your understanding.

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YOUR LOCAL SPECIALISTS IN EYECARE IN STOKE-ON-TRENT

Heath Optometric is an independent, professional and friendly ophthalmic opticians' practice, established in 1984 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire by James and Jill Heath.

 

With 35 years experience, Heath Optometric has built up a reputation for professional and personal service, caring for several generations of satisfied patients and optical needs, with efficiency and consideration.

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EXPRESS YOUR UNIQUE STYLE

As independent opticians we are free to curate an exceptional collection of frames, from quality affordable glasses to beautifully crafted designer eyewear that will help you to express your personality and style. 

We get just as excited about new glasses as you do and our trained, experienced team will help you to choose a stylish, comfortable frame to suit your visual needs, lifestyle and pocket. 

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WHERE TO FIND US

We've been at our present location on Garfield Avenue since 1995. 

Our practice is opposite the Co-Op and only 5 minutes from Tenton Gardens. We have ample, free parking to the rear of the building that includes disabled spaces and access.

We're convenient for Junction 15 of the M6 and local bus routes. 

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ADVANCED OPTOMAP TECHNOLOGY

Using state-of-the-art technology, Optomap Retinal Imagery our Optometrists can examine over 4 times as much of the retina compared to all other techniques.

An Optomap is essential to assess signs of potential issues that could threaten your sight such as retinal detachment or tears, macular degeneration and hypertension/high blood pressure.