Everyone should have their eyes examined by a qualified optometrist at least every two years. (Some medical conditions requires more frequent examinations, which your optician should advise you about).
Regular examinations are an important part of your general health care routine as not only does the full examination check your vision but also detects signs for other underlying health problems.
Not many eye conditions cause pain or discomfort and changes to your sight can be gradual and difficult to notice. Some conditions don’t have any symptoms at all and can cause sight loss, so a
full eye examination can help to detect such conditions and early intervention gives a greater chance of successful treatment.
During your examination, which lasts about 30 minutes, our fully qualified and experienced optometrist will complete a comprehensive examination which includes analysing a retinal image of the eye. The procedure is non-invasive, painless, simple, quick and is included as part of our standard consultation.