Time is a luxury rarely afforded to you by many Opticians, but at Eyewise Uxbridge, you will receive an eye examination that lasts a full 45 minutes.
This means we can spend time with you, answering your questions and working with you to discover the very best eyewear AND eyecare for your individual needs.
We only use the most advanced clinical equipment, including 3D OCT scanning machine, and Optomap Ultrawidefield Scan. This technology helps us to understand the deeper workings of your eyes, and also monitor conditions such as diabetes, glaucoma and macular degeneration.
While your overall physical well – being is very important, eye health should not be overlooked. Regular eye tests help detect and monitor conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension) and cataracts. Early detection can give you a better chance of successful treatment.
For children, regular eye tests are equally important, especially in the formative years when 80% of their learning is done through what they see. We specialise in helping children who have reading and learning difficulties, in our Schoolvision clinic. Eyewise is an approved centre for Colorimetry Assessments.
And for those children who are short sighted (Myopia), we have a great option for Myopia Control, in Eyedream, an overnight contact lens vison correction system that can give freedom of seeing throughout the day without glasses. The system is also suitable for adults with moderate levels of myopia.
Eye diseases can affect your vision at an alarming speed. Attending regular eye examinations will help to combat the onset of eye conditions, and will provide more understanding of the symptoms associated with them.
Our experienced optometrists are trained to identify any eye conditions and general health problems such as diabetes or hypertension that could be a threat to your vision.
Many of the conditions that your optometrist detects through a simple eye examination can be corrected with prescription eye-wear, however, more serious conditions may need further treatment.
Anybody that notices a change in their vision should contact their optometrist as soon as possible to book an eye examination and consultation.