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Eye Examination

A full comprehensive eye examination covers both, assessing your vision and also the health of your eyes. With modern equipment and techniques, all patients are examined with care and accuracy. Your eyes should be examined regularly to assess for conditions such as Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration which can severely damage and threaten your vision.

Our Optometrists have a post-graduate qualification in ocular therapeutics. This enables them to prescribe, treat and/or manage certain eye diseases.

Our Optometrists are required by the Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians Board to complete regular education. This keeps them on track with new technology, techniques and clinical information. You can therefore be rest assured that you are in the hands of someone who is not only extremely professional, but also up to date with current clinical practise.

The Eye Examination involves many features and procedures. These include, but are not limited to vision assessment and refraction, use of a variety of hand held instruments, slit lamp biomicroscopy, visual field perimetry, gonioscopy, tonometry, Optical Coherence Tomography, binocular vision assessment and colour vision.

During the eye examination you may need your pupils dilated. This may affect your vision and it is recommended not to drive for 3-4 hours after the examination. If you are unsure please don’t hesitate to ask us for further information.

The eye examination in our professional opinion is one of the most important aspects of visiting us at Clear Vision Optometrists. Your eyecare needs should never be compromised and we make sure that is never the case.

If you have any questions or queries or would like to arrange an eye examination (eye test), please do not hesitate to contact us.