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Corner of Stewart & Waterworks Rd, Ashgrove

Eye Care

We care about eye care

We offer a range of eye tests that go far beyond fitting you for glasses. Our extensive eye tests will provide you with a comprehensive level of eye health care.

We offer the following:

Eye Health

Our team are continually improving their knowledge and have additional training and interest in several important areas of eye health. 

Eye Diseases are not very common in the general population, although they can become more common as we get older.  All eye diseases have the potential to cause serious damage if not treated appropriately, even diseases that appear mild and don’t have many symptoms. 

Many serious eye diseases like glaucoma do not have obvious or uncomfortable symptoms.  It is quite common for people with serious eye disease to miss the problem until they have suffered irreversible damage. 

Everyone should have a check-up from an Optometrist every two years. Your Optometrist may recommend more frequent checks if you are older, have a family history of eye disease, or other health issues that put you at risk.

If you think you have an eye problem contact us or your optometrist immediately.

eye Diseases

If you think you have an eye problem contact us or your optometrist immediately.

There are lots of common diseases that can affect your vision and eyes such as:

  • Glaucoma
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Diabetic Eye Disease
  • Cataract
  • Pterygium

Most of these problems can be managed and treated if detected early. It is really important to have regular checks with your optometrist.

Eye Problems

Some eyes simply don’t work as well as others. These problems are not always diseases, but are a part of the natural variation in people and how we are built.

Refractive errors are when the image of what you are looking at is not focussed properly onto the retina. The retina is like a film in a camera. There are four major refractive errors: myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.

For perfectly clear vision, the image of a viewed object needs to be focused onto the back of the eye, just as a camera has to be focused properly in order to take a clear picture.  If the image is not focused exactly on the retina, then the image will be blurred, just like an out-of-focus photograph.  In this case, the person is said to have a refractive error.


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