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Wheneverwhatever Sun 23-Aug-15 17:38:10

Does anyone know if i can ask the optician to make my son's lenses as anti-reflective and thinner than usual? we have the eye doctor prescription which entitle us to have free glasses but i would like my child to have trated lenses as he is very long-sighted.

Sallyhasleftthebuilding Sun 23-Aug-15 17:43:37

You cam but you pay. The prescription free bit is a discount

cosmobrown Thu 27-Aug-15 21:08:08

I think it's about £40 per thinning treatment. We have ds's thinned out twice as otherwise they are so thick!!! Shop around though as we found prices varied a lot.

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