We offer an extended eye examination that includes a comprehensive eye chart, visual acuity test, intraocular pressure measurement, dilated pupil examination, retinal testing, and fundoscopy. Our optometrist will explain any concerns you may have about your eyes and provide recommendations for treatment if necessary.
EYE HEALTH & EYE CARE
BECAUSE YOUR EYES MATTER
Don't leave things until it's too late, keep your eyesight in check.
OUR USUAL PROCEDURE
HOW IT WORKS?
We value our time with our patients. We will make sure you leave with a prescription perfect for you.
Your eye exam will last for approximately 40-60 minutes, depending on what type of eye test you need. You will be asked to complete several different types of tests, including an eye chart, refraction, and other tests. These tests are not difficult or painful in any sense, but are very important for your optometrists to be able to properly diagnose any issues.
Your doctor may ask you to come in for an eye examination. Your eyes are an important part of your body. They help you see, watch television, read books, drive, play sports and many other activities. You should always get regular eye examinations because certain eye diseases can lead to permanent damage if not treated quickly. Retinal photography is a simple procedure that takes just a few minutes and involves taking pictures of the retina using special equipment. These images will then be sent to our specialist team for review.
Your eye exam is finished! Your optometrist will explain what they found during your visit, including any changes to your prescription. They may also suggest other products that could help you see better.
Our eye exam entails a thorough evaluation of not just your eyesight, but also your eye coordination and overall health. We prefer to perform the EXTENDED EYE EXAMINATION, which has a separate price for people who are not eligible for the normal NHS test or the basic private exam.