How often should someone have an eye test?

Once every one to two years depending on the age, health and family history.

Generally:
children 0-7 every 6 months to a year
teenagers and young adults: every one to two years
up to the age of 60 and healthy: every 2 years
with family history of glaucoma: every year 
over 60s every year.

What does an eye test in our Vision Centre include:

An eye test measures:
the degree of ability to see, 
the refractive error which include Myopia, Hypermetropia and Astigmatism
eye pressure

NEW! A state of the artcamera is used to screen the eye health of the central 40 degrees of the back of your eye. In this way, early detection of eye conditions including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathyand glaucoma can be detected and better managed.

Naturally, we also fit contact lenses from daily disposable to kerratoconic specialised contact lenses. We will make sure you are wearing a contact lens that fits well on your eye shape and physiology, teach you how to use them and take care of your eyes at frequent intervals. 
 

Are there any other types of eye tests available?

Also we have specialised testing for:
babies and little prince and princesses
strabismus and double vision
low vision
vision therapy

These latter tests have a fee and are by appointment only with Maria Theocharides.

How do I book an appointment?

You could book an appointment or even just walk in. See our opening times