Eye tests check your ability to see clearly. Typically they determine how well you can see both distant and near objects. In addition, they can detect more serious eye diseases including glaucoma and keratoconus. Optometrists recommend having an eye test at least once every two years.

Guide: Understanding eye test results

Get better vision with a better test

You can get better vision by having a better eye test. These enhanced check-ups are known as comprehensive eye tests. Expert optometrists carefully analyse the results to fine tune visual aids like glasses and contact lenses, thereby enhancing vision.

What does a comprehensive eye test include?

Comprehensive eye tests check your vision and ocular health more thoroughly. Because of this they take longer than usual check-ups. In fact, a comprehensive test usually takes about one hour to complete. A comprehensive test includes:

Assessing any eye wear and lens care systems you currently use.

Measuring your vision as well as the ability of your eye to focus correctly.

Checking your overall eye health with hi-tech equipment. It will help diagnose conditions like dry eye, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, keratoconus and cataract.

Expert optometrists assess these comprehensive eye test results to determine how to improve your vision. They can fine tune the prescription of glasses or contact lenses. In addition they can identify eye diseases, even in the earliest stages, and provided treatments that can help.

Get expert guidance

Our expert optometrists will explain the results of your comprehensive eye test. They will use the results to tailor lens prescriptions for better vision, as well as individualising any treatment options for ongoing eye care.

Our caring and dedicated team will guide you through each step of the process to ensure you understand your ocular health clearly.

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