Checkup Plus™ is more than just an eye test. Our optometrists take the time needed to give you a thorough eye examination. Following your Checkup Plus™ we will carefully explain the results and discuss our recommendations regarding any preventative or remedial care required.
Protect your eyes from harmful UVA/UVB rays with our range of prescription polarised or tinted sunglasses.
Colour blindness is almost always inherited, although it can be acquired condition as a result of some diseases or injuries. Colour vision testing is a routine part of the eye examinations of every new patient and child.
Macular Degeneration is a disease associated with aging that gradually destroys central vision. Using the latest technology including retinal scanning and OCT, we are able to take an in depth look into your eyes and assess your eye health.
The health of the retina is very dependent on a good blood supply to the eye. Diabetes compromises blood circulation and can cause serious damage to the retina (diabetic retinopathy). Regular eye tests, when diagnosed with Diabetes, will reduce risk of vision loss and blindness.
1 in 5 Australian children have vision problems. We provide specialised eye tests to make sure that any vision problems are detected and any learning difficulties related to vision are corrected.
Glaucoma is a disease where the pressure within the eye is typically increased (although not always). This can damage parts of the eye, and if left untreated may result in blindness. Diagnosis consists of having regular eye tests, which includes a pressure measurement and visual field testing to enable early detection of possible problems.
We offer a wide range range of contact lenses. Our optometrists will fit you with the best contact lens for your prescription and individual needs.
Myopia, or short-sightedness, is a condition in which near objects are seen more clearly than objects which are far away. Myopia occurs when the eyeball is too long, relative to the focusing power of the cornea and lens of the eye. This causes light rays to focus at a point in front of the retina, rather than directly on its surface.