EYE SCREENINGS

Eye Screenings

It is important to have your eyes examined regularly, even if there does not seem to be any cause for concern as some eye diseases are symptomless in their early stages. When adults reach the age of 40, it is highly recommended to have annual examinations to detect and treat underlying eye conditions early to minimise vision loss.

We offer eye screening packages that include a comprehensive list of tests and clinical examinations done by an ophthalmologist. They aim to detect eye conditions such as refractive errors, presbyopia, cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and other retinal diseases.

Adult General Eye Screening

  • Visual acuity (test for near and far vision)
  • Intraocular eye pressure
  • Fundus photography (detects eye conditions affecting your optic nerve, macula and retina by assessing photographs taken of the back of your eyes)
  • Checking of anterior eye health by the ophthalmologist

Early Childhood Eye Screening

  • Visual acuity (test for near and far vision)
  • Intraocular eye pressure
  • Refraction (power of the eyes)
  • Check for amblyopia (lazy eye)
  • Check for strabismus (misalignment of the eyes, a.k.a. squint/crossed eyes)
  • Colour vision
  • Stereopsis (3D vision)
  • General check of anterior and posterior eye health by the ophthalmologist

 Glaucoma Eye Screening

  • Visual acuity (test for near and far vision)
  • Intraocular eye pressure
  • Refraction (power of the eyes)
  • Humphrey visual field test (detects central and peripheral visual field defects using an analyser)
  • Optical coherence tomography scan (high resolution cross section or 3D imaging of the eye’s optic nerve and retina)
  • Fundus photography (detects eye conditions affecting your optic nerve, macula and retina by assessing photographs taken of the back of your eyes)
  • Checking of anterior and posterior eye health by the ophthalmologist

To note:

  • Please set aside approximately 2 hours of your time for your eye screening
  • Please bring your spectacles during your appointment
  • Contact lens should not be worn; we recommend you to put on your spectacles instead
  • After pupil dilation, your near vision may be temporarily affected – usually for a period of 4 to 6 hours.

Should you or your loved one be interested in our eye screening packages, please schedule an appointment with us.

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