We are committed to providing exceptional patient care.
We offer an extensive range of services in all facets of Optometric care. The latest technology in Digital Retinal Imaging and Glaucoma Testing are used to ensure a comprehensive examination of both the patients’ vision and eye health.
All eye conditions including Cataracts, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration and Diabetic Retinopathy are screened for as part of a standard eye examination.
We are able to provide you with both spectacles and contact lenses; offering an extensive selection of the latest frames and lenses available. We are also experienced in Laser refraction surgery assessments.
Every eye examination includes a thorough assessment of both your vision and your eye health. We are committed to providing the highest quality of eye care and offer digital retinal imaging as part of all eye tests.
Glasses for reading, driving, or the computer? – Bifocals, Progressive/Multifocals or prescription sunglasses – The list goes on!
Here you will find examples of the many different solutions for you.
Whatever your priority when choosing glasses, our experienced staff will provide one-on-one service, offering advice according to your prescription, face shape, colouring and lifestyle.
We aim to provide you with exceptional follow up service. This includes adjustments and upholding all guarantees and warranties.
The first eye examination can be performed around 6 months. The reason for this examination is to detect any eye health or visual problems that would affect the normal development of the visual system.
Good vision is essential for a child to reach their full potential. More than 80% of a child’s knowledge is gained through vision so, should your child be experiencing difficulties in the class room, talk to us about having an assessment of their visual processing.
Visual Stress is a sensitivity to patterns, particularly stripes. In some people the pattern of written text can cause discomfort and eyestrain, even when they have normal vision.
During an examination, all our patients are screened for eye diseases. Some of the most common problems include Cataracts, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration and Diabetic related conditions. We offer the top technology, in digital retinal imaging and visual field evaluation, to help detect vision threatening problems as early as possible.
Cataracts are a clouding of the lens in the eye. The first signs are an increase in glare sensitivity and a general reduction in the clarity of vision.
We are committed to a lifetime of healthy vision by providing advanced eye disease detection. To help diagnose vision threatening problems such as glaucoma as early as possible, we utilize the latest advance in visual field evaluation – computerized threshold visual field tests.
Presbyopia is a common condition which makes vision difficult at a normal reading distance. It is not a disease. Close tasks such as reading and sewing become difficult, particularly under poor lighting conditions.
Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in older Australians. It can cause cataracts or lead to blood vessel problems at the back of the eye, also known as retinopathy.
We are committed to ensuring early detection of eye diseases such as glaucoma and age related macular degeneration. Similar to an X-Ray, optical coherence tomography provides high resolution analysis to ensure integrity of the layers at the back of the eye.
We offer the very latest technology in digital retinal imaging to detect the earliest signs of eye disease. The procedure is painless and designed to provide the optometrist with extensive information about the health of the inside of the eye.
The Optos Ultra wide-field imager is a new addition to our practice, as we consistently aim to provide the highest level of healthcare for our patients.
There are many varieties of contact lenses including disposables, daily wear, monthly wear and permanent lenses. Our knowledgeable staff can discuss the range of options available for you.
Ortho-K lenses are rigid gas permeable contact lenses worn overnight while sleeping. This technique provides temporary correction of short-sightedness during waking hours. The contact lens gently reshapes the cornea (front surface of your eye) during sleep.
Eyes feeling tired? Is a headache starting? Neck and shoulders aching?
These are common symptoms associated with Digital Eye Strain (DES). DES is related to the overuse of digital devices.
Dry eyes are one of the most common diseases which can affect the clarity of your vision and cause symptoms such as burning, itching, irritation and wateriness of the eyes. We use the latest technology to ensure we are giving the best, targeted treatment plan to overcome this disease.
Small high speed projectiles may embed in the cornea, the front clear window of the eye. These will rust or inflame the eye and lead to pain and redness. Contacting an optometrist as soon as possible is very important.
We can assess your suitability for Laser Refractive Surgery and refer you to the laser clinic of your choice as well as overseeing your aftercare.