Our standard vision tests check for conditions such as hyperopia (long-sightedness), myopia (short-sightedness), digital eye strain, glaucoma, diabetes and astigmatism.

With regular eye tests, we can identify eye problems in the earliest stages and provide solutions early, to keep your eyes healthy.

If you’re under 65, you should have a standard vision test every two years. For over 65s, we (and the government) recommend yearly checks.

And of course, if you’re experiencing any new problems, such as blurred or poor vision, headaches, dry, red or itchy eyes, seeing spots or difficulty reading, then come straight in and we’ll check it out.

Our optometrist, Malcolm Kofsky, has decades of experience plus utilises the very latest techniques for vision checks for children, adults and seniors.

A standard eye test takes around 30 minutes.

Digital Imaging Test

Digital imaging is a powerful part of our standard eye test. It helps us detect and manage eye diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration and hypertension.

We take a digital image of your retina, blood vessels and optic nerve located at the back of your eyes.

This image can be used as a benchmark for any future changes to your eyes.