Comprehensive Eye Examination
With skilled and professionally trained in-house doctors we are proud to offer our full spectrum eye testing facilities. With facilities to cover everything from Visual Acuity Testing, Glaucoma Testing, Slit Lamp Examination, and External Examinations etc.
We are trained to dispense and fit spectacles and other optical aids, working from the prescriptions written by optometrists and ophthalmologists.
We also advise patients on various types of lenses and spectacle frames, including advice on style, weight and colour. They also advise patients on how to wear and care for their spectacles and, with further training, their contact lenses.
Fitting of Ocular Prosthesis
When a person learns that it is necessary to have an eye removed the news creates understandable concern and apprehension. As Optometrist with experience we understand the time it will take to adjust to how this situation will affect the person's life, appearance and ability to function. Providing ocular prosthetic services is an important aspect of total patient care. A prosthesis that is lifelike in appearance is a comfort to the patient, and the physical wearing comfort becomes a primary prerequisite for the patient.
For a more independent you, loose the glasses and brandish a natural you without losing your vision. Try out our award winning range of soft contact lenses and accessories. Have your Contact lenses fitted, be educated about care, maintenance and choices, and never have to search for accessories or contact lenses care products. Take advantage of this service today and let the natural you shine through.
We make house calls to the homes of the elderly who are to weak to come to the clinic, this way we make sure their eyes are in good condition.
We provide visual screening for various schools, drivers and churches.
There is provision and link to these following:-
- Cataract Surgery
- Laser Eye Surgery
- Refractive Lens Replacement.
- Phakic Lens Implant.
- Diabetic Retinopathy.
- Age Related Marcular Degeneration.
Children should be screened at the age of four years in order to be able to detect and successfully treat most cases of amblyopia. Children will not usually volunteer relevant information themselves but if you ask the right questions and take the time to listen, itis amazing what useful information can be gained. Ask about headaches and ‘fuzzy vision’. Find out about the classroom, “Do you sit at a table near the teacher?” “Can you read the teacher’s writing?”, “Are there some colours that the teacher writes with that you can’t see properly?” “Do you have to share your books?”