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Category: Service

Essential Service

According to World Health Organization (WHO), optometrists are defined as a healthcare profession that is autonomous, educated and regulated (licensed/registered). Optometrists are primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care, which includes refraction and dispensing, detection/diagnosis and management of disease in the eye, and the rehabilitation of conditions of the visual system. In short, optometrists are working under essential services.

In the recent news, the government had revoked our permission to operate in our usual operating hours in phase three of Movement Control Order (MCO). In a letter from Association of Malaysian Optometrists (AMO) to Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI), the Optometrists request to be classified under “Healthcare Providers” and allow Optometrists to practice under the strict guideline of National Security Council (NSC).

Optometrists and practice owners have received an overwhelming amount of pleads from their patients/customers with emergency issues such as, broken glasses, frame misalignment that leads to poor eye focus, change in refractive error (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia), blurred vision for non spectacle wearers, etc. These conditions can cause major inconvenience such as headaches and migraine that can interrupt running our daily activities.

AMO also said that during MCO, everyone needs a good eyesight. For example, doctors need sharp vision to operate and treat patients. Delivery drivers need a clear vision to ensure their safety while driving. Students and office workers who study and work from home definitely need good vision to maintain productivity.

Today we received a message from a struggling mother, whose son had accidentally broken his glasses. Her child who is in distress and is crying in despair because he said he could not see properly with his broken glasses. Optometrists can help in all above situations. However, as the government does not realise the importance of Optometrists as a essential service provider, we are restricted to serve and fix the problems for customer. We can repair either broken or misaligned glasses and dispense a proper prescription. This is why we, as an optometrists should be considered working under essential services. We do not only sell glasses, we also care for your eyes.

nosepad extension


Nosepad extensions for eyelashes are now available at Malaya Optical. Eyelashes keep dust and any foreign particles away from your eyes. They enhance your eyes and your facial features. They help steal strangers’ eyes and your crushes as well.


To make your lashes pop, you invested so much effort into it by curling it, applying layers upon layers of mascara and you may have even invested your hard earn money to get lash extensions. All this effort to make them curl, stand, point out and to stay like that all day long.


But then, the moment you put on your snazzy shades or glasses, well, need I say more? The lens touches your lashes, moving them around and annoying you, the wearer, all day long. All that effort and money, down the drain.


Talk about saying bye-bye to money and time. But lets not talk about the effort that goes to getting the ideal lashes. What about those who were born with naturally full, thick and long lashes? Constantly being in discomfort because your lashes are pushing against the lens and every time you blink, well, your eyelashes just follows along as well.


Well, the time for sorrow is no more, it is time you and your lashes to rejoice and be free! Why? Well, because Malaya Optical has the latest soft silicone nose pad from Japan to help you out!


It is soft and does not leave much indentation marks on your nose, making it great for make-ups and foundation.


Beauty meets the eye, without tampering on that hard-to-curl-up-lashes!

Come over to Malaya Optical, and let us affix it for you, just like how you affix that lash 🙂



Adjust Eye Glasses


Have you ever encountered any of these problems?

  1. Glasses dropping down easily?
  2. Uneven alignment of your frames, spectacles, glasses?
  3. Missing nosepad?
  4. Bent frames?
  5. Broken hinges?
  6. Dislocated temple?
  7. Snapped frames?
  8. End-tips or rubber wear and tear?

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此时,Malaya Optical推出了日本最新的soft silicone鼻垫来帮助你, 让您不再有任何烦恼。




欢迎来到Malaya Optical,让我们为您贴上!

Nose pads for plastic frames and nosepads for eyeglasses without nose pads may be added primarily in three ways.

The use of adhesive nose pads is a popular method of converting a pad-free eyeglass frame into one that uses nose pads. A popular type of self adhesive nose pad is commonly referred to as the stick-on nose pad. Stick on nosepads are applied to the glasses frame by means of an adhesive material.

A more permanent method of applying glasses nose pads or nose pieces to plastic frames and eyeglasses is installing snappy nose pads, also referred to as build-up nose pads. Snappy nose pads require an appropriate modification to the eyeglass frame bridge area by either an eyeglass repair store or trained optician.

Snappy nose pads are also referred to as press-on nose pads, press-in nose pads, or more generally just nose pads for plastic frames.

Lastly, nose pad arms on plastic frames may be added to eyeglasses without nose pads by having a professional eyeglass technician or repair facility install the desired nose pad arms directly in the bridge area of the pair of glasses. In this manner, a nose pad arm such as snap-in, rimless slide-on, or screw-on may be installed so that the desired type of nose pad may be employed.

Please note that each of the above methods of adding eyeglasses pads or nose pieces for plastic frames and eyeglasses may not be achievable for all glasses frames.  Many frames simply do not have sufficient room to add these nose pad extension methods, while other frames may not appear aesthetically pleasing with the addition of nose pads.