Why not make it a New Year to remember by getting a new look?

New Year is the time for resolutions and thinking afresh about the year ahead and what you want to achieve. Many people will be resolved to head down to the gym to get fit but BBR believes you can also achieve stunning changes in your well-being by getting new spectacles or even switching to wearing contact lenses.

BBR practice manager Daniel Read, said: “At New Year, people tend to take stock of their lives and often want change to improve their general health and well-being.

“So what better time to give your appearance the boost it deserves by choosing some of our new ranges of designer spectacles, including the bespoke Tom Davies frames which are a particular favourite with our patients.

“British designer Tom Davies is renowned for producing made-to-order spectacles that are produced by hand in either titanium or natural horn, ensuring they not only look superb but are also a perfect fit.  

“All of our staff are highly trained in helping people select the correct frames to suit the shape of their face and our new-look practice now stocks hundreds of different styles to ensure every taste is well catered for.

“Even if you are happy with your current spectacles, then why not look for a total change and consider switching to wearing contact lenses.

“Today these are a suitable option for the vast majority of patients, even children, and are especially popular with people who play a lot of sport or have resolved to do so in the New Year. 

“We are also able to offer Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) where patients wear customised contact lenses while they sleep and can then enjoy perfect natural vision all day without the need for prescription spectacles, contact lenses or laser eye surgery,” he added.

So if you are looking for a new you, why not make an appointment to see us or drop in at our St. Owen Street practice where you will be made very welcome.

You can find out more about our bespoke Tom Davies range (pictured) on our YouTube channel  

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