Using the latest in technology and treatments to keep your eyes healthy, we’re equipped to provide any optometry service you need.
We have long history of providing the highest quality prescription safety eyewear to meet range of safety and work environments including the trades, industry and the mining sector across the region. Our Certified safety eyewear meets the Australian Standards. We also provide ranges of safety eyewear for sports and leisure including protective prescription goggles for contact sports e.g AFL and basketball, plus high velocity small projectile sports like squash.
A visual field test is non-invasive imaging that takes 10-20 minutes. The testing creates a picture of what a person is able to detect visually in their central and peripheral vision (side vision). This testing detects eye disease such as glaucoma and it’s progression or if vision loss is a result of neurological events.
The Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive and takes a high resolution picture of the central retina and its blood supply. By taking an OCT picture optometrists have the ability to detect problems in the eye prior to any symptoms being present in the patient. It used for baseline data, and detect and support the management of eye diseases such as Macula degeneration, glaucoma or retinal detachments. At See Optometry, we have enhanced our capability by purchasing an OCT with Angiography technology.
The slit lamp is an instrument consisting of a high-intensity light source that can be focused to shine a thin sheet of light into the eye. Used in conjunction with a microscopes, lens and at See Optometry, we have digital imaging in each consulting room so camera images can be taken of different segments of the eye.
Diabetes can significantly effects eye health and vision and it is critical for those with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes have regular checks (3, 6, 9, 12 or 18 month reviews depending on the progression of the disease). The disease, if unmanaged can cause huge changes with focusing, but more devastatingly can cause damage to the blood flow in the retina leading to bleeding, vision loss and high risk of the retina being detached.
The goals of behavioural Optometry is to prevent vision and eye problems from developing or deteriorating, provide treatment for vision problems that have already developed (eg: eye turn, shortsightedness etc) and to ensure the visual abilities needed in the classroom, work place, when playing sport and using computers, are developed normally and working well.