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Eye care

Helping you care for your eyesight.

Ortho-k treatment in Sydney

Our optometrists recommend ortho-k contact lens treatment for myopia. Worn at night, the lenses gently reshape the eye to improve distance vision.

Ortho-K lenses

Ortho k lenses are a special kind of hard contact lens worn at night to reduce, eliminate or prevent myopia.

Myopia treatment in Sydney

Our optometrists can treat myopia, or short-sightedness, effectively. Indeed, early treatment can even stop myopia getting worse.

Myopia contact lenses

The Eye Practice in Sydney use contact lenses to treat childhood myopia. These lenses can slow, halt or even reverse myopia.

Managing keratoconus

Keratoconus management uses optical devices like glasses and contact lenses to improve vision. Surgical options may also be required.

Macular degeneration eye test

A macular degeneration eye test can help prevent vision loss, so early detection is vital to ensuring treatment success.

Living with keratoconus

Our patients share their stories of living with keratoconus. See how, with careful treatment, you can thrive in spite of keratoconus.


When dry eye is stubborn and long-established, it's time to bring in the big guns.

Laser eye surgery assessment

Laser eye surgery assessment checks if someone is suitable for laser eye surgery. It involves measuring the eye with specialised equipments.

Keratoconus types

There are four main types of keratoconus including round cone, oval cone, forme fruste and keratoglobus.

Keratoconus symptoms

Keratoconus symptoms include itchy eyes, blurry vision, sensitivity to bright light and halos around lights at night.

Keratoconus causes

There is no single cause of keratoconus, but experts think it may be inherited from parents or linked to allergic and hormonal responses.


Keratoconus is a condition that causes blurred vision and shortsightedness.

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