Comprehensive Eye Examination

Inspection process

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    Case history

    In order to determine what is best for the patients, thorough understanding of their ocular condition is required. This is archived through detailed inquiries into their family history of ocular pathology, medication, general health and visual habits.

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    Vision and refractive status

    The visual acuity (sight clarity) and refractive error (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism or presbyopia) are tested with the retinoscope, ophthalmic lenses and internationally recognized visual acuity charts.

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    Papillary reaction test

    The reaction of pupil to light and visual stimulus is tested and observed by optometrists. Related neural or visual problems are analyzed.

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    Binocular Vision

    Assessment of binocular vision functions (co-ordination of the two eyes) would identify any strabismus (squint) and other extra-ocular muscles problems. Identifying the natures of the strabismus is crucial for effective management.

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    Color Vision Screening

    Ishihara color vision tests are used to identify congenital color vision deficiency.

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    Intra-ocular Pressure

    Measurement of the intra-ocular pressure as preliminary glaucoma assessment.

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    Ocular Health

    Compreshensive ocular health assessment on cornea, crystalline lens, retina, macula etc. would be carried out by the use of a series of professional ophthalmic equipment.

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    Fundus Photography

    With the use of high technology fundus camera, the retinal images (including optic nerve, macula, retinal nerve fibers and blood vessels) can be used for diagnostic purposes and for monitoring of pathological changes. For diabetes patients, the progress of diabetic retinopathy can be monitored.

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    Diagnosis and Recommendation

    Our optometrists will review and analyze the patients’ ocular condition based on the examination results. Appropriate management and recommendation will be discussed with the patients for their best interests.

Appointment service

* Notice

There may be a need of the use of pupil dilation eye drop. After applying the eye drop, you may experience blurry vision (especially at near) and become more sensitive to light. It may last for 4-6 hours so you are suggested to bring along your sunglasses or umbrella to reduce the discomfort.

During pupil dilation, avoid operating machines or vechicles.