Welcome to Optiek Terhorst! We are the leading eye care specialist in Voorschoten. If you need eye measurements, you don’t need to visit an ophthalmologist. You can come straight to us. Our team consists of not just opticians and contact lens specialists with more than 30 years’ experience, but also an optometrist with over 12 years of practical experience. Once your eyes have been measured accurately, we can offer you fashionable eyeglasses with the best lenses available or the most comfortable contact lenses, tailor-made for you. One of our team members is always available to assist you in selecting your best fit from our large collection of eyeglasses, children’s glasses, contact lenses and sunglasses.
Seeing well is a must for living well and fortunately more and more people are starting to realize this. Perfect vision means we can perform optimally and thoroughly enjoy all our experiences. Click here to make an appointment.
We look forward to welcoming you at our store in the centre of Voorschoten, where we have already served more than 15,000 satisfied customers.
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Prepare to enjoy a well-deserved vacation
9 July 2019 - Being prepared for a vacation saves a lot of misery and stress, but how about our eyes, glasses or contact lenses? Your car gets a holiday check, why not your eyes? Have your vision checked before you go on holiday!
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The 6 coolest sunglasses brands for this summer
18 April 2019 - Sunglasses are a summer essential! Not only d they protect your eyes against UV radiation, but you also look super stylish. We have listed the 6 coolest sunglasses brands, to get you ready for summer.
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Optician, contacts specialist and optometrist: Who is responsible for what?
11 January 2019 - In optics you will find an optician, a contact lens specialist and a optometrist. What is the difference? An optician at Optiek Terhorst works with at least a MBO (community college) degree and is responsible for eye tests, customising glasses, repairs and more. The contact lens specialist is qualified to work as an optician but is also able to give advice on the use of contacts. Lastly, the optician is a specialist with a medical degree and examines what's wrong with the eyes and what the next steps are. In some cases you'll be referred to an eye doctor.
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