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Gresford EyeCare

Welcome to Wrexham's local independent opticians with over 30 years of knowledge and expertise.

We are accredited by the NHS, its WECS service and The College of Optometrists, thus you can be confident of a friendly customer focused service that you expect.
      Your Local Independent Opticians


Gresford Eye Care is your local independent opticians with over 30 years  experience. Our friendly experienced Optometrists and staff pride ourselves on providing professional eye care and supplying quality eyewear. We are WECS accredited, which means we are able to offer eye health examinations which are a part of the free Welsh Eyecare scheme.  Being independent allows us to devote as much time as necessary to each individual patient and put their needs first. We are private and NHS registered and welcome all.


Michael J. Ward BSc (Hons) MCOptom FBDO

Deirdre Walker BSc (Hons) MCOptom

Helen Ferguson BSc (Hons) MCOptom



Private & NHS Eye Examinations

An in-depth analysis of the health of your eyes looking closely at all aspects of your vision and health


Pre & Post Cataract Monitoring

Our optometrist will assess and refer for cataracts and look after all your post op needs


Visual Field Screening

This is a way to check for damage or disease that causes a blind spot. It is early detection and diagnosis of several eye conditions particularly glaucoma.


Aged macular degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration affects the vision you use when you’re looking directly at something, for example when you’re reading, looking at photos or watching television. AMD may make this central vision distorted or blurry and, over a period of time, it may cause a blank patch in the centre of your vision



A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens, which lies behind the iris and the pupil.



Conjunctivitis is a common condition that causes redness and inflammation of the thin layer of tissue that covers the front of the eye (the conjunctiva).


Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a common complication of diabetes. It occurs when high blood sugar levels damage the cells at the back of the eye (known as the retina). If it isn’t treated, it can cause blindness.


Floaters, flashes and spots

Eye floaters are those tiny spots, specks, flecks and “cobwebs” that drift aimlessly around in your field of vision. While annoying, ordinary eye floaters and spots are very common and usually aren’t cause for alarm. Floaters and spots typically appear when tiny pieces of the eye’s gel-like vitreous break lose within the inner back portion of the eye.



Glaucoma is a condition which can affect sight, usually due to build-up of pressure within the eye. Glaucoma often affects both eyes, usually to varying degrees. One eye may develop glaucoma quicker than the other.


Red eye

A red eye can be alarming but is commonly just a sign of conjunctivitis or another minor eye condition. If it is painful, there may be a more serious problem. In any case, you should see your GP for advice.


Contact Lens Fitting

We fit all makes and types of contact lenses whether you want them full time or recreationally. We are happy to advise on the best contact lens option for you.


Frame Dispensing

Spectacle frame dispensing from our extensive range with prices to suit all pockets: We offer high quality spectacle frames across all budgets and a one to one service


Frame Repairs & Adjustments

Spectacle frame repairs & adjustments- Most repairs & adjustments can be done in practice were possible.



If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment please don't hesitate to give us a call

17 Chester Road



LL12 8NB

Easter opening Hours

Wednesday 27th March.: 9am-5.30pm

Thursday 28th March .: 9am - 5:30pm

Good Friday 29thMarch : Closed

Saturday 30th March 9am-1pm

Easter Monday 1st April Closed

Open as Normal from Tuesday 2nd April


Normal Hours

Monday:   9am - 5:30pm

Tuesday:   9am - 5:30pm

Wednesday:   9am - 5:30pm

Thursday:   9am - 5:30pm

Friday:   9am - 5:30pm

Saturday:      9am - 1.00pm

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