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John Dreyer Optometrist Bsc(Hons), MCOPTOM, DipCLP

John Dreyer studied Ophthalmic Optics at the University of Aston in Birmingham, UK from 1977 - 1980 where he achieved a Bachelor of Science Honours degree.

After leaving University he worked at Colchester Eye Hospital and then completed the British College of Optometrists Professional Qualifying Examination, and received his MCOptom certification. He then worked extensively in the Contact Lens field both in hospital and in practice over the next few years and subsequently completed the prestigious Diploma in Contact Lens Practice (DipCLP) in 1983.

He then spent the next few years working in Contact Lens practices in Manchester before joining Specsavers as a Contact Lens Specialist in Bristol. He ran various contact lens training courses for staff for Specsavers throughout the country and wrote the first company contact lens staff training manuals.

John has authored for Contactlenses.co.uk over the last 20 years, bringing his expertise to visitors to the site and providing valuable optical advice to customer questions throughout the years.


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ArticleCreatedLast Modified
Protect your children's eyes21 Nov 201817 Jul 2019
Contact Lenses and the Weather20 Nov 201817 Jul 2019
Essential Daily Contact Lens checks19 Nov 201817 Jul 2019
Christmas and Contact Lenses14 Nov 201817 Jul 2019
Ways to Survive Black Friday 14 Nov 201817 Jul 2019
Movember2 Nov 201817 Jul 2019
What are the Safest Contact Lenses for Halloween?21 Oct 201717 Jul 2019
Blue Eyes6 Sep 201617 Jul 2019
Infants Vision20 Mar 201717 Jul 2019
Learning Related Vision Problems2 Nov 201617 Jul 2019
Vision Development in Infants29 Oct 201617 Jul 2019
The Myopia Epidemic5 Aug 201617 Jul 2019
A Eye Floater?10 Apr 201817 Jul 2019
A Corneal Ulcer?10 Apr 201817 Jul 2019
Snow Blindness10 Apr 201817 Jul 2019
A Congenital Cataract?2 Nov 201617 Jul 2019
Stargardt Disease26 Jun 201717 Jul 2019
Retinal vein occlusion24 May 201717 Jul 2019
Macular Degeneration25 Mar 201717 Jul 2019
Multiple Sclerosis19 Mar 201717 Jul 2019