Our services at Adair Opticians | Belfast
From the beginning of your test, right up to receiving your prescription – we’re with you every step of the way. We’ll recommend the right course of action, and we'll always give you the opportunity to ask us questions and voice any concerns.
For new and returning users, all we ask for is a contact lens prescription that’s up to date and valid, and you’re ready to go.
Our eye experts are patient and understanding because, most importantly, we want you to feel satisfied with the contact lenses you have chosen. To make your life even easier, our opticians will go over any complicated terms and features.
We’re continually focused on making sure you receive the correct frame and not one that is inappropriate for you.
When we help pick out a frame for you, we consider several factors like comfort, occupation and age, just so that we can get it exactly right.
So, pop in and visit us today. You're welcome to browse our wide, stylish collection of spectacle frames.
Domiciliary eye care
At Adair Opticians, we understand that not everyone is able to visit us in-store, due to ill-health, reduced mobility or transport issues. To overcome this, we offer home visits for your comfort and convenience.
For your reassurance we equip our team with all necessary PPE including masks, gloves and antibacterial wipes. This means we’re able to support our more vulnerable patients by providing bespoke eyecare in the comfort of their own home.’
For any enquiries about our domiciliary eye examinations, contact us on
Children eye care
For healthy development in children, a healthy pair of eyes plays a critical part in their growth.
So as important as their eyes are to you, they are just as important to us.
Which is why our opticians are specifically qualified to test your child’s eyes and bring up any issues that may affect their development.
Emergency eye care – NI PEARS
If you or a family member suddenly experiences serious issues with your eyes or vision, we’re fully registered with NI PEARS (Northern Ireland Primary Eyecare Assessment and Referral Service) to provide emergency care.
If you’re registered as a GP patient in Northern Ireland and aged 5 and above, you can be given an eye assessment at our site to allow further investigation of your issue.
This allows you to save valuable time that can be better spent on addressing your issue.
To help keep the people of Belfast safe, we have implemented safety initiatives that are in strict accordance with government guidelines. This allows us to achieve a safe, working environment for you and your loved ones to visit, so that we too, can provide the same level of friendly customer service that we've delivered throughout the years. Round the clock, our staff are wearing face and perspective masks, and for our eye tests, our surfaces and equipment are regularly disinfected. Lastly, to make sure we're controlling numbers, we’re also operating by bookings only.