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Eyes are the window to life; Don’t lose sight!

Here at Bridges Opttical Xperts, providing outstanding eye care services and products is what we do best.

A One-Stop Shop Optical Company

Bridges Opttical Xperts, is located in Curepe, Trinidad and Tobago and we are here for your optical needs. Whether you need new spectacles or visual field tests, we’ve got you covered. What sets us apart from the rest is that we are family-friendly.

Each person, regardless of age, is welcomed to our practice. We also strive to help reduce the loss of eyesight in the country.


Eye Exams 

When are our testing days?

Tuesday – Saturday

STRICTLY By Appointment Only

How often should I test my eyes?

Routinely every 2 years.

However, if you are experiencing any of the following:

Eye aches / Eye strain / Irritable eyes / Blurry vision / Headaches / Migraines / Gritty eyes / Redness / Pain / Double vision or any other eye complaints

An IMMEDIATE eye exam is required.

Call us at  868-662-2848  or  send us a Whatsapp message on 868-767-5215

Contact Lenses 

Can I use Contact Lenses?

Most spectacle wearers have the option to use contact lenses as an alternative to everyday spectacles.

Does it hurt?

There is no pain. However, your finger has to get close to your eye.

Can it get lost in my eye?

No, it is physically IMPOSSIBLE for a contact lens to get lost in the eye.

What is involved in a Contact Lens Test?

3 Steps are involved!

(i) Contact lens measurements (usually done at the beginning of an eye exam).

(ii) Fitting of the trial contact lenses for the patient.

(iii) Training the patient how to use and care for contact lenses, to ensure safe contact lens wear.

Vision Tests 

Who should be tested?

  1. Drivers
  2. School Children
  3. Computer Users
  4. Diabetics and Chronic Disease Patients
  5. Retirees

What types of vision test can be done?

  1. Refraction (Spectacle Prescription)
  2. Ophthalmoscopy/Fundoscopy (Glaucoma)/Cataract/Diabetic Eye Screening
  3. Visual Field Tests (Glaucoma)
  4. OCT (Retinal Imaging)
  5. Topography (Cornea Mapping)
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