Annual eye exams are important for the protection of your vision. Before the exam, we will ask a few questions about your vision history and general health. If you currently wear contact lenses or glasses, it is a good idea to bring them to your appointment.
During your comprehensive eye exam, a series of tests are performed to assess your vision and the health of your eyes. The entire process takes about half an hour.
Every eye exam includes screening for glaucoma. Most glaucomas are symptom free in the early stages therefore patients are often unaware of this condition. It is important for patients of all ages, especially those over 40, to be screened regularly for glaucoma as early detection enables effective management of this sight threatening condition.
We have an on-site workshop using the latest manufacturing equipment. This allows us to offer better quality products and faster service. The workshop is managed by an experienced and qualified dispenser for expert frame fittings and repairs.
We are contracted to most medical aid schemes. We do our best to keep costs within medical aid rates. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like us to check your medical aid benefits before your appointment.
We are part of the Discovery provider network whereby the member receives a 20% discount on frames and spectacle lenses.
Modern contact lenses can correct most vision disorders including shortsightedness, astigmatism, longsightedness and presbyopia. We stock all major brands including Johnson & Johnson, Coopervision, Bausch & Lomb and Alcon.
Modern technology allows us to offer advanced lenses for your spectacles. These lenses can be thinner, lighter, clearer and more comfortable than ever before. We use the latest lense designs from Essilor – the worlds number one optical company. We do this to provide the best quality products for our patients.