Due to the proximity of you and our team during your eye examination or hearing assessment, we would recommend that you wear a face covering for your visit. Please click here to book.
We would like to assure you that although we are working differently, we are here to provide safe ongoing enhanced care for our hearing and optical patients, with a professional, friendly approach. As we continue to welcome you into practice, our CEO, Ryan Leighton, explains how we are putting your safety first:
What to expect when you visit us in practice
We are here for you and, as always, will ensure the very highest standards of service and care.
If you have any concerns, please feel free to talk this through with us when we call.
For the most up-to-date information on Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the NHS website.
Thank you to each and every one of you for the cooperation and support you have given throughout this period. It is very much appreciated by everyone here at Leightons.
If you suspect an eye emergency, for example experiencing new or changes in floaters in your vision, sudden eye pain, sudden loss of sight or flashing lights in your vision, please call NHS 111 - do not make an online booking.
If you can't visit us in person, we're still here for you. Our fully-qualified team is available remotely for all queries and requests, including glasses or sunglasses repair, contact lens ordering and hearing aid support:
- Glasses repair
- New glasses
- Lens re-glazing
- Prescription sunglasses (where we have an up-to-date prescription)
- Dry eye solutions
- Contact lens reordering
- Contact lens solutions
- Remote consultations with our optometrists
- Remote glasses styling consultations with our dispensing opticians
- Hearing aid battery and accessories orders
We're here over the phone, online, via email and on social media, to help with any queries or questions you may have.