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The Eye Practice
The Eye Practice
Eye care.

Eye care

Helping you care for your eyesight.

  • Orthok lenses.

Ortho-K lenses

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

  • Ortho-k contact lenses are used for myopia.

Ortho-k for myopia

Ortho-k contact lenses are used to treat myopia. Worn at night, they gently correct the shape of the eye to give clear distance vision.

  • Myopia treatment options.

Myopia treatment

Optometrists can treat myopia, or nearsightedness, effectively. Indeed, early treatment can even stop someone’s vision worsening.

  • Myopia soft multifocal contact lenses.

Myopia multifocal contact lenses

Myopia multifocal contact lenses are especially designed to treat myopia in children. They can slow, halt or even reverse myopia.

  • About myopia.


Myopia (or near sightedness) is a condition where nearby objects appear in focus, but distant objects look blurry.

  • Macular degeneration test.

Macular degeneration eye test

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

  • Patient stories of living with keratoconus.

Living with keratoconus

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

  • LipiFlow treatment for dry eyes.


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

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

  • Optical coherence tomography.

Keratoconus types

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

  • Keratoconus treatment.

Keratoconus treatment

Keratoconus treatment uses devices to improve vision. These include glasses and contact lenses, but surgical options may also be required.

  • Keratoconus symptoms.

Keratoconus symptoms

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

  • Keratoconus causes.

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


Keratoconus is a condition that causes blurred vision and shortsightedness.

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