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Wick optician business in £100,000 upgrade


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Ian Morris: 'This six-figure investment is testament to our continued commitment.'
Ian Morris: 'This six-figure investment is testament to our continued commitment.'

New eye-scanning technology has been installed at a Wick optician business as part of a £100,000 investment.

Specsavers in Bridge Street has upgraded its optical coherence tomography machine, which takes detailed scans of the back of a patient’s eye and can help to detect eye conditions such as glaucoma up to four years earlier than traditional methods.

It has also revamped the look of the store, repainting and installing new illuminated shelving as well as a digital screen showing deals and frames.

Ian Morris, optometry director at Specsavers in Wick, said: "We have invested around £100,000 into the Wick store to ensure we give our customers the best-quality care when they make an appointment with us.

"We are proud to be part of the community offering vital services here in Wick, and this six-figure investment is testament to our continued commitment to existing and potential customers alike."


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