An all-in-one eye test / eye health examination which assess your prescription, visual function and overall eye health. There are 2 types of professional eye exam to choose from: Preliminary and Comprehensive eye examinations. The preliminary eye examination consists of visual function tests and refraction. The comprehensive eye examination includes all tests in preliminary eye examination with anterior and posterior eye assessment.
A wide-field retinal imaging device can capture 80% of the retina without any irritating eye drops. Within less than a minute, the device is able to capture a wide-field retina image for both eyes. With the wide-field image, this helps the optometrist to detect any eye diseases tremendously.
Assessment of the clarity of vision for both distance and near. This shows a general view of eye health and focus of the eyes. This test is also able to check the sensitivity of vision.
Assessment for eye deviation which may cause visual discomfort.
A test to assess the ability to determine colours to check for any colour deficiencies.
Stereopsis testing checks if both eyes are working well together thus providing depth perception. It is how we judge the distance between each step of the stairs and watch 3D movies.
Difficulty in focusing at near may cause headaches and eye strains. This test assess the
ability to focus at near and helps to assess if the focusing ability is good.
With technological advancement, a quick and accurate test of eye prescription can be done
with the device.
Assessment of the anterior (front) eye health checks for the integrity ofthe lids, cornea and other front parts of the eye.
A quick assessment on the pupil reactivity and eye muscles is done to ensure that the nerve
functions in the eye is normal.
Intra-Ocular Pressure (IOP) is the pressure in the eye and this measurement ensures that the IOP falls within normal range.