Eye Health Assessment is divided into 3 sections:
1. Distance vision measurement
Distance vision is the main indicator of a person’s visual function. We measure the person’s presenting distance vision using a standard chart by finding the smallest line that a person can possibly see.
It is measured using most accurate visual acuity measurement standard™
2. External (outside)
Is your Cornea healthy? Do you have Dry eyes? Contact lens wearers should be very wary of Cornea infections as these are caused by improper use & care of contact lenses.
Dry Eye Check
Dry Eye is very common nowadays, especially for the computer users.
3. Internal (inside)
Cataract is ranked the leading causes of blindness in the world. A Cataract occurs when the lens becomes frosty or cloudy, usually caused by aging. If left untreated the person will eventually become blind. Early detection with modern Cataract surgery and multifocal lens will restore back your vision.
Optic Nerve Check
Problems such as inﬂammation (Optic Neuritis), tumours and swelling can lead to symptoms such as: blurred vision, loss of colour vision, ﬂoaters, headaches, eye pain or discomfort, nausea and vision loss.
Most people have no initial symptoms of chronic Glaucoma, but you can develop peripheral vision loss, headache, blurred vision, difﬁculty adapting to darkness and halos around light. Early diagnosis and treatment is the best way to prevent this.