Wills Street Eyecare is a proud local business, and we love it when familiar faces pop back in for their regular check-ups.
It’s important to have your eyes comprehensively re-examined every 1-3 years, depending on your age and eye condition. Our return comprehensive eye tests take 30 – 40 minutes to complete.
What happens during the test?
- We will measure your vision and focus, in order to provide an accurate glasses prescription (if necessary)
- We will perform a comprehensive health assessment to check for eye diseases such as cataract, macular degeneration and glaucoma
- We will record digital images of the front and back of your eyes as a baseline reference for future comparison
We promise not to confuse you with jargon. Your results will be explained in clear and concise language, and we will prescribe glasses or contact lenses if necessary. We may also suggest eye exercises or eye drops, or refer you to an ophthalmologist if further treatment is indicated.
At the end of the consultation we’ll let you know when your next check-up is due. We like to make things as simple and straightforward as possible.
Please note: some of our examinations require the use of eyedrops to dilate the pupils, which may result in temporary blurry vision and light sensitivity. We advise against driving immediately at the end of these examinations, and recommend the use of sunglasses and a hat for glare protection.
Review Eye Tests
A review eye test may be required in the period between comprehensive eye tests. These tests take 20 – 30 minutes to complete and are designed to review specific issues that require regular monitoring, such as eye conditions or prescription updates.