Eye Exam

Supported by cutting edge technology, our Adelaide and Woodville teams work with you to provide quality eye care and vision solutions. Your initial eye examination with our optometrists will take approximately 45 minutes and will include testing to determine your prescription and check for any eye conditions that may be present. To find out more about how your eye examination is billed in the light of the 2014 Budget please click here.

Patient registration

To ensure we can provide the most personalised care for your eyes, we will ask about:

  • Your vision needs
  • Your personal eye health history
  • Your family history of eye conditions
  • Your general health


Eye test

Our caring team will explain and guide you through each step of the eye exam to ensure that you understand your eye health. Our comprehensive consultation involves:

  • Assessing any eyewear and lens care systems you currently use
  • Measuring your vision and the focusing ability of your eyes
  • Determining if any eyewear is required, and if so what prescription gives you the clearest and most comfortable vision
  • Assessing your eye health and checking for any eye conditions such as glaucoma or macular degeneration (this includes taking fundus photographs, intraocular pressures and using other specialised equipment such as OCT scans and corneal topography to best check the health of your eyes)

Expert recommendations

We will discuss our findings with you and provide recommendations tailored to your eye health needs.

  • If contact lenses are required, our optometrists will help you choose lenses and a lens care system that will best support your visual needs
  • If contact lenses are prescribed, you will be taught how to insert and remove them safely and clean and care for them correctly
  • If glasses are required, our frame stylists will help you to choose frames that suit your individual style, fit comfortably and provide you with the clearest vision possible
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This practice strives to provide the highest level of optometric health care and to ensure the best results for each patient.