Young Adults (16-25)

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By the time young people reach the age of 16 years, the eyes are usually developed, but that doesn’t mean to say that eye checks can stop. Modern lives place an incredible amount of strain on the eyes, and this is particularly relevant for young people who spend a considerable amount of time looking at computer or mobile screens.

Regular eye checks will maintain great vision, identify problems early and promote good eye health. There are also various safeguards that you can take to mitigate the problems associated with blue light such as blue light protection glasses, or other technologies such as UV light protection and those that help with night driving.

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Regular eye checks are important, particularly as teens make the transition into adulthood. Our qualified and experienced team will be able to identify any issues with the eyes or detect any problems before they become major issues.

Our eye examinations are thorough and our staff extremely qualified in what they do. During the eye examination we will also give you expert advice and guidance to help you maintain optimum eye health and if needed guide you through the process of selecting glasses or other visual aids such as contact lenses if you prefer.

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Our goal is to make the process as simple and comfortable as possible, giving you eyecare tips, tools and strategies that will help prolong the health of your eyes and guide you in the right direction if you need any eyewear such as glasses or contact lenses. We stock a variety of funky and fashionable products to suit all tastes and requirements.

To book your eye examination with us, or to talk to one of our qualified opticians about an issue that you may have with your eyes, contact us today.



After graduating from Cardiff University in 1997 Jaimin completed his pre-registration training in the Conquest Hospital, Sussex. Jaimin then spent 9 months working for a ‘big-chain’ high street Opticians which left him feeling disillusioned with the ‘conveyor belt’ system in operation. He decided to work for an independent practice for the following 4 years and preferred their patient-focused approach to healthcare.

From 2004 until this present day Jaimin has been working as an owner/optometrist of a community independent practice in Perivale. With a Professional Certificate in Glaucoma and 7 years experience in Moorfields Eye Hospital’s Glaucoma Clinic, Jaimin is extremely proficient at identifying early signs of glaucoma and monitoring the progression of the disease.

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