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Comprehensive eye examination

An eye examination is not an eye test – it should include a comprehensive assessment of the health of the eye: assessing if the eye is healthy and also seeing whether systemic conditions (such as diabetes or hypertension) cause damage to the eye. We also want to assess how far the patient is i.t.o cataract development, look at the eye pressures (assess risk for glaucoma) and only then determine prescription and decide on the optimal spectacle correction.

Anterior segment evaluation

The anterior segment is the area from the tear layer to the back surface of the lens in the eye. It is important to examine this segment of the eye to look at dry eye, any corneal abnormalities or dystrophies, and assess the risk of glaucoma and cataracts as well as conditions such as uveitis among others.

Fundus photography

A photo of the retina is not only important for any pathology in the eye but also shows if systemic diseases have caused damage to the eye. It is also vital in the assessment of glaucoma.

Slit lamp examination

The slit-lamp looks at all aspects of the eye – the lids and lashes, anterior chamber, lens, vitreous, and retina. Every eye examination must include a slit-lamp examination.

Fundus examination

Assesses the blood vessels on the retina, the optic nerve, and the macula as well as the periphery.

Dilated fundus examinations

As the practice offers diagnostic qualified privileges we are able to dilate the pupils to examine the periphery of the eye, which is especially important to diagnose retinal detachments.

Glaucoma examination

A comprehensive glaucoma examination is not only a pressure reading but also looks at the cup disc ratio on the fundus and assesses anterior chamber depth.

Intra ocular pressures

A pressure reading assessing the pressure in the eye (elevated pressure is responsible for glaucoma) We can perform both contact and non-contact tonometries in the practice.


Corneal mapping prior to contact lens fitting. Topographies are also vital in the diagnosis of keratoconus.

Contact lens fittings

We pride ourselves in fitting all types of lenses, scleral lenses, hard lenses (RGPs), and soft as well as disposable lenses. A wide range of lenses are available on the market – from spherical lenses for far-and nearsightedness, toric lenses for astigmatism, and multifocal lenses (see contact lenses we fit and order).

In the chair spectacle dispensing

Every pair of spectacles must be fitted for comfort. For this reason, we fit every patient in the chair, not only to ensure optimal comfort but also to ensure that the patient is satisfied with their vision.

Spectacle adjustments

Frames often wear loose in the heat and with wear. For this reason, we offer free adjustments of spectacles. It is also important to replace nose pads every so often.

Foreign body removal

Our fundus camera has a fluorescein cap which makes it easy to observe foreign bodies (metal shavings etc in the eye,) As the practice is diagnostic privileged qualified we are able to administer a local anesthetic to remove these foreign bodies.

Cycloplegic refractions

A dilated refraction is when we insert a cycloplegic drop in the eye to eliminate all accommodation. This type of examination is most valuable in children and in patients with squints.

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