Comprehensive Eye Examination

At a comprehensive eye exam your visual abilities are evaluated and appropriate eyewear, prescription sunglasses and/or contact lenses recommended. The exam will check for eye disease, eye indicators of poor general health and in some instances the potential for future eye disorders.

The tests carried out at an eye examination may be varied by the optometrist depending on the patient's age and symptoms. In general most of these tests are performed at an eye examination.


Visual acuity is a measure of visual clarity in each eye. Distance, near and computer vision are measured, using a letter, symbol or word chart.

Eye Focusing, Eye Teaming & Eye Movement

Assessment of accommodation, ocular motility and binocular vision determines how well the eyes work together. In order to obtain a clear, single image of what is being viewed, the eyes must change focus, move and work in unison. This testing looks for problems which may impede the focusing and teaming together of the eyes.

Refraction and Glasses Prescribing

Our optometrists will determine your glasses prescription, and provide advice about when to wear your glasses. We will also discuss what types of lens and coatings will best suit your lifestyle. 

Determining suitability for Contact lenses

The majority of people are suitable for contact lenses, but our optometrist will check for dry eye and allergies which reduce contact lens comfort. The strength of your prescription can also affect which contact lenses are suitable for you.

Eye Health Evaluation

Our optometrist will examine the inside and outside the eye, checking for common eye diseases. These include cataract, glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease.  

Eye Pressure

The pressure of the eye is measured to check for eye diseases including glaucoma and eye inflammation. 


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