Just like a health screening, a comprehensive eye exam can pick up early eye conditions, especially those that are asymptomatic. A thorough check of the front, back and intraocular pressure of your eye can detect for eye diseases, such as glaucoma, cataract, age related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.
Full comprehensive eye examination by a qualified optometrist that includes the following:
History Taking Visual Acuity Test: Measures sharpness of vision
Refraction and vision assessment: Determines type & degree of refractive error
Binocular vision assessment: Evaluating how your eyes work together
Colour vision asessment
Slit Lamp Exam: Examines the anterior part of the eye for signs of dry eyes, cataract, contact lens related issues etc.
Retinal Imaging: Examines the posterior part of the eye to assess the condition of the macular, retina and optic nerve head etc.
Assessment & Management: Optometrist consultation & referral
Terms and Conditions:
– Redemption of comprehensive eye exam must be within 3 months of purchase date
– Comprehensive eye exam can be redeemed by immediate family members