Eye Exams

The eyes are our windows to the world

In fact almost 80% of all the sensory information our brain receives comes from our eyes. So it stands to reason that looking after the health of our eyes is important throughout our lifetime. Our vision changes throughout our lifetime.

As our eyes develop and grow they may develop common minor vision problems which can easily be detected by an eye test and corrected by your Independent Optometrist. During your examination a health history will be taken. It is important for you to provide all information, regardless of how insignificant you might think it is.

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A routine vision examination in our office takes approximately 30 to 60 minutes.

This period of time is needed to thoroughly asses your eyes and perform our 9 step programme which consists of:

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A review of your full eye history.
Eye coordination check.


Refraction tests (checking the power of your eyes).


Internal and external eye health checks. Peripheral vision test.


Glaucoma, cataract and macular degeneration checks.


3D Retinal review.


Specialised tests such as stereopsis, colour vision and amsler grid.


A discussion of the best options for you e.g. glasses, contact lenses or surgery.

During Your Eye Examination

An eye examination is a routine and pleasant experience. Some advice.

Don’t worry about making a mistake or giving the wrong answer.

Don’t worry about your answers contradicting one another.

Don’t hesitate to say so if you are unable to answer some of the questions.

Don’t be alarmed if, for a few minutes during the examination, you find your vision getting worse instead of better.


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