Eye Examinations

 

Comprehensive Eye Examinations (Age 50 and Over)

Take about 60 minutes*, ALL of which is spent with the optometrist of your choice and includes:

  • Your ocular and general health history, visual tasks, hobbies
  • Checking vision, prescription, muscle balance, peripheral vision
  • Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Scan: a 3D scan of your eye structures in 10 minutes, completely painless and non-invasive with instant results! It's the gold standard for early detection of eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease
  • Eye health check: using a high-powered microscope to examine eye structures from front to back
  • Digital Retinal Imaging: a photograph of your retina, the light-sensitive tissue at the back of your eyes
  • Eye pressure test for glaucoma
  • Tear film
  • Discussion on examination findings eg. any visual correction requirements, and lifestyle and dietary changes to benefit your eye health

All this for only $120 (previously $165)! 

* Effective from 01 August 2021. Please chat to us for further information.

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General Eye Examinations (Under Age 50)

 

Take about 45 minutes, ALL of which is spent with the optometrist of your choice and includes:

  • Your ocular and general health history, visual tasks, hobbies
  • Checking vision, prescription, muscle balance, peripheral vision
  • Eye health check* using a high-powered microscope to examine eye structures from front to back
  • Digital Retinal Imaging: a photograph of your retina, the light-sensitive tissue at the back of your eyes
  • Eye pressure test for glaucoma
  • Tear film
  • Discussion on examination findings e.g. any visual correction requirements, and lifestyle and dietary changes to benefit your eye health

All this for only $90!

* An Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Scan is available for $30 on request, or if your optometrist thinks you may be at risk of either having or developing certain eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, or diabetic eye disease.

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Glaucoma Examinations

Please allow 45 minutes for this examination.

If you have a history of glaucoma it is important to maintain regular checks so that your optometrist can measure any changes and variables.  This examination is for glaucoma only so we will not be testing your vision.  As part of this exam, your optometrist will perform:

The optometrist will assess these results and explain what they mean, as well as when you should be next seen.

All this for only $145!

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Post-Cataract Surgery Examinations

Congratulations on successfully having your cataract surgery! After your eyes have settled down, it’s time for a post-cataract surgery eye examination since your glasses will likely need updating. We will also check your eye health, because after cataract surgery we can get a clearer view of your eye structures. OCT and digital retinal images are included and we will write a report back to the ophthalmologist on the findings.

Please allow 45 minutes, ALL of which is spent with the optometrist of your choice and includes:

  • Checking vision, prescription.
  • Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Scan: a 3D scan of your eye structures in 10 minutes, completely painless and non-invasive with instant results! It's the gold standard for early detection of eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease
  • Eye health check: using a high-powered microscope to examine eye structures from front to back
  • Digital Retinal Imaging: a photograph of your retina, the light-sensitive tissue at the back of your eyes
  • Eye pressure test for glaucoma.
  • Discussion on examination findings eg. any visual correction requirements, and lifestyle and dietary changes to benefit your eye health.
  • Report back to ophthalmologist on findings.

All this for only $90!

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 A CONTACT LENS EXAMINATION INCLUDES:

  • Your ocular and general health history, visual tasks, hobbies
  • Checking vision, prescription, muscle balance, peripheral vision
  • Eye health check*: using a high-powered microscope to examine eye structures from front to back
  • Digital Retinal Imaging: this is a photograph of your retina, the light-sensitive tissue at the back of your eyes
  • Eye pressure test for glaucoma
  • Tear film
  • Discussion on examination findings eg. any visual correction requirements, and lifestyle and dietary changes to benefit your eye health
  • Checking the fit of your contact lenses to ensure they are not affecting the health of your eyes
  • Check your vision with your contact lens and determine if any changes are needed to enable you to see better for your visual requirements
  • Cleaning of contact lenses where required
  • Discussions about wearing regimes, cleaning routines, and suitable solutions

Contact lens examinations range from $100 - $130 depending on what type of contact lenses you require. Please contact us to find out more.

OCT scans are now included in comprehensive eye examinations (age 50 and over) and post-cataract eye examinations. This is a 3D scan of your eyes to better detect eye diseases such as glaucomamacular degeneration and diabetic eye disease. It is painless and only takes 10 minutes, but is integral in helping diagnose the aforementioned eye diseases. 

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Laser Treatment Examinations

The optometrists at Canon Street can support the decision making process around laser vision corrective surgery.
We work with several laser vision clinics and complete pre and post operation checks on their behalf.
Laser vision corrective surgery is an alternative to glasses or contact lenses.  Most eye conditions can be treated with laser surgery but it is dependent on the current vision, rate of change and general health.

Pricing for laser treatments is on application. Please make an appointment with any of our optometrists to discuss this as a corrective option.

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driving examination

A driving examination is only $30 and is a quick check only.  Canon Street Optometrists recommend a general examination every two years; so if it has been longer than this we will ask you to make an appointment for a general examination rather than simply a driving examination.  If it is less we will proceed with a driving examination. The optometrist will test your peripheral vision and acuities (how well you see).  If you pass these tests you will be given a certificate for your licence.  If you fail we will need to schedule you an appointment for a general examination to assess what improvement we can make to your vision with correction, e.g. glasses or contact lenses.

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