We provide prescriptions for both contact lenses and glasses, we sell prescription contact lenses and spectacles and associated products.
As contact lenses are one of our primary areas of expertise, we have a broad knowledge of what’s available and a wide inventory of stock always on hand. We can provide our patients with a diverse range of lenses to suit all prescriptions, from soft lenses to rigid gas permeable lenses (RGPs) for patients with corneal conditions requiring specialty lenses. We also do many fittings for multifocal, bifocal, astigmatism and presbyopic lenses.
Digital Retinal Camera
We have a digital retinal camera which better assists us in monitoring our patients eye health.
Detection and Diagnosis of Eye Disease
We dilate the majority of our patients’ eyes to monitor any conditions and changes over time. Our Visual Field Analyser and Auto Tonometer also helps in the detection of certain pathologies, such as glaucoma. We also do post management work for patients who’ve seen ophthalmologists for surgery and need ongoing care.
We also specialize in eye care for children and particularly behavioural optometry, which looks at how the binocular system works and addresses any issues with visual perception and processing proactively. We can assess not just how a child sees, but how their entire visual system is working and how effective it is. When needed, we will devise a home exercise plan, which can help children improve their visual coordination, eye tracking, and eye movement.
Partnership with the Centre for Eye Health
We work with the Centre for Eye Health (CFEH) at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), which has the most advanced technology in diagnostic equipment. CFEH is an initiative of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT and UNSW. The Centre provides state-of-the-art eye imaging and visual system diagnostic services to the general community, at no charge. This means that our patients can get full tests done at the centre at no charge to them and we can get the results sent to us directly to help us establish an appropriate treatment plan.
Our work with the community includes sponsoring the Guide Dog Association and Optometry Giving Sight, which is working to help eliminate refractive error blindness and low vision in some of the world’s poorest countries and isolated areas.
MD Foundation (macular degeneration)
Australian College of Behavioural Optometrists (ACBO)
Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia (CCLSA)