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Discover Your Perfect Frames

At Silvermans Optician, we understand that glasses are more than just a vision aid; they're an extension of your personality and style. Explore our extensive collection of high-quality frames designed to suit every face shape, lifestyle, and fashion preference.

Our Collection

Variety & Quality

From timeless classics to cutting-edge designs, our curated selection showcases the latest trends and enduring styles. Whether you're looking for sleek and professional, bold and statement-making, or something in between, we have the perfect frames for you.

Materials & Durability

Crafted from premium materials like titanium, acetate, stainless steel, and more, our frames prioritise both style and durability. Experience comfort, resilience, and lasting quality with every pair.

Your confidence in our products is important to us. We stand behind the quality of our glasses with a satisfaction guarantee, ensuring you're delighted with your choice. Ready to find your perfect pair of glasses? Visit our store today or schedule an appointment for a personalised consultation!

Glasses - Lenses

Essilor Eye Code – with Visioffice

Our highly qualified and experienced Opticians provide detailed advice on spectacle lenses without obligation or pressure. we have a special Visi-Office machine to order lenses with ‘Eye code’. Eyecode is a unique breakthrough in lens personalisation and is at the forefront of innovation. The dynamic 3D measurements, which can only be measured by Essilor’s Visioffice system, pinpoint the exact Eye Rotation Centre that is independent from head posture and unique to every person.

Lenses we offer

We supply incredibly thin and flat lenses that no longer ‘bulge’ from frames so that the choice of frames is not restricted by the strength of your prescription. We routinely scan patients’ frames to provide lens thickness calculations from different suppliers and our lens menu includes premium and budget designs to suit all pockets.

Patients will benefit from:
  • Lenses that are five times more precise, giving a total lens-to-eye synergy,
  • Instant vision without effort
  • Dynamic and highly contrasted vision
Advantages of Double Aspheric Technology
  • Up to 50% thinner and 45% lighter than conventional plastic lenses
  • Provide natural and comfortable vision with accurate image perception. Clearer than conventional plastic lenses due to minimal surface reflections.
  • Reduced magnification of the wearer’s eyes
  • Include excellent anti-reflection coatings on both sides of the lens resulting in excellent vision and more comfortable vision when driving at night
  • Available for most prescriptions and ideal for most frame fashions

Bifocal lenses are designed to counter presbyopia, which usually begins to affect us in our forties. As our eyes mature, the nearest point that we can focus on becomes further away and so reading and other near vision activities become more difficult.

Bifocals are eyeglasses with two distinct optical powers (distance at the top and reading at the bottom). Bifocals are most commonly prescribed to people with presbyopia who also require a correction for myopia, hypermetropia and/or astigmatism.

Progressive lenses also known as varifocals, are designed to counter presbyopia, which usually begins to affect us in our forties. As our eyes mature, the nearest point of vision that we can focus on becomes further away and so reading and other near vision activities become more difficult.

Progressive lenses correct the effects of presbyopia with a gradual change in prescription from distance to near vision, restoring your natural vision without the unsightly segmentation lines or image jumps experienced with bifocals. The latest progressive lenses provide complete focussing freedom in all the visual zones to make your vision as simple and natural as possible.

Transitions lenses offer all the benefits of clear lenses indoors and sunglasses outdoors. They provide visual comfort by automatically adjusting to changing light conditions. This helps to reduce glare and eye fatigue. Eye health is also preserved because these lenses block 100% of UV rays. Transitions VI ® are the most advanced photochromic lenses to date. They are darker outdoors particularly in hot temperatures and are available with additional lens coatings which offer the best resistance to smudges and dust.

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Lenses can be uncoated, hard coated (so that they scratch less easily) or multi coated to minimise reflections from the lens surfaces. The latest combination coatings leave the lenses cleaner, tougher and clearer than ever before allowing people to see your eyes rather than your lenses.

‘Blue’ Coatings

Nowadays, we spend more time viewing digital screens which are often equipped with powerful light sources emitting intense blue light that can cause eye strain. The latest ‘blue’ multi-coatings absorb high energy blue light thereby enhancing the contrast of digital screens and reducing visual stress and harmful effects of UV.

SeeCoat Bright

The very latest coating from Nikon Optical called SeeCoat Bright, is specially designed to counteract the ageing effects in the crystalline lens. Nikon claim that this new coating will give a brighter colour perception and improved contrast to patients with less colour sensitivity. The coating comes with Nikon’s usual scratch resistance warranty and incorporates an e-SPF (Eye Sun Protection Factor) to protect eyes from UV.

Sun Coatings

Traditional sun lenses reflect some UV rays from their back surface. A Sun coating is specifically designed to eliminate both UV and visible light reflected into the eye providing a higher degree of protection equivalent SPF 50+ and reducing the discomfort from glare.

Crizal Forte UV

Crizal Forte UV offer your eyes protection against dangerous UV from the front and the back surfaces of the lens, while ensuring the best enduring clarity of vision. Crizal Forte UV protects the eyes from UV rays reflected off the back surface of the lens and also protects against the five enemies of clear vision.


In addition to providing protection against UVA and UVB rays, polaroid lenses give effective protection against the glare caused by reflected sunlight making them ideal for sports (especially those involving water or snow). Polaroid lenses also provide enhanced colour perception, improved contrast and greater visual comfort than basic tints.


The simple definition of a prism is a solid object that has the same cross-section along the entire length of its shape. When you cut straight across an object, the cut portion is called a cross-section. Draw any shape using straight lines. Now use your imagination to see it extend upward and that is a prism.

In eyeglasses, prisms are used primarily for double vision, positional correction, or convergence correction.

Double vision (diplopia) is when a viewer sees two individual images using both eyes, instead of the one most people see, merged together by the brain. Some people with diplopia see only a single image, but it is blurred. Others, when using only one eye, do not see in 3-D, but a single, flat image. This is the result of one eye needing positional correction. If both eyes are affected (not working in unison), a misconvergence occurs, meaning the image seen by each eye needs to be repositioned individually in order to become a single one. Sometimes, diplopia is even caused by wearing eyeglasses, and adding prisms can correct this.

Prism eyeglasses are enough to correct these abnormalities if the person has nearly normal vision in their level of near-sightedness or farsightedness. However, if one of the eyes has greatly reduced vision or blindness, there could be physical or neurological issues causing the diplopia. This would then require surgery to repair the eye muscles in addition to the use of the corrective prism lenses.

Standard eyeglasses usually correct two types of eyesight errors, or a combination of both:  focal distance (near or farsightedness), or unusual curving of the cornea (astigmatism and cylinder).

Prism lenses are necessary to aid in getting the eyes to work together. One or both eyes tend to pull up, down, to the left, or to the right. The use of prism in the lenses tricks the brain into thinking the eyes are working together by shifting the image only slightly up, down, left, or right.


Several tints are available to enhance the contrast of a ball against grass and sky when playing sports such as golf, tennis or cricket.

Polaroid lens designs are used to reduce glare and reflections from water or snow e.g for rowing, angling and skiing.

Light weight, wrap around frames with ‘extra tough’ prescription lenses can offer excellent vision and protection eg for cycling.

Masks and goggles can be specially made to incorporate your prescription for swimming, diving, skiing, or racing.

The latest sports lenses incorporate tints, special coatings, polaroid options and are even available in varifocal designs to combine distance and reading prescriptions.

The skill of our specialist sport vision optometrist, with experience of working with elite athletes from Premier League footballers to Olympic athletes and friendly personal service ensure that whatever your sport, there is a sports eye wear solution for you to protect your eyes, give you clear vision and improve your game.

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