Regular eye check-ups can often help detect issues early. That’s why we encourage our customers to take an eye test at least every two years, or more frequently if recommended by your optometrist
Regular comprehensive examinations are essential for the early detection of eye health conditions which may have no symptoms. They are also important for ensuring you have the best corrective lenses possible for safe, stress free vision.
When you come in for your comprehensive eye examination our optometrist will take the time to talk to you about any concerns you may have, medical history and the tests they will perform.
Our Comprehensive Eye Examination covers
- Acuity – Vision test to determine distance and near abilities
- Convergence & Accommodation – Eyes working together and eye focus
- Eye Coordination
- Ophthalmoscopy – Internal eye health
- Biomicroscopy – External eye health
- Tonometry – Eye fluid pressure
- Visual Field Testing – Sensitivity of peripheral vision
- Retinal Photography – to check the health of blood vessels and retina at the back of the eye
- Refraction – What corrective lenses are required
- Colour Vision Testing – The inability to see one of the primary colours
- Diabetic Check – Detecting blood vessel changes at the back of the eye
Our Optometrist will be looking for eye health problems such as – cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye, low vision and learning problems.