Comprehensive Eye Examination
Sparks and Feros Optometrists take the time to learn about your eyes and your individual vision needs. We use the latest diagnostic equipment to ensure that you receive the very best eye care, and an accurate prescription. We’ll then discuss with you the best glasses or contact lens option to suit your lifestyle.
Our qualified optometrists maintain ongoing professional education by regularly attending conferences and seminars to keep up to date, giving you access to the latest advances in optical and medical science. The most modern techniques and technology are applied to improve the health of your eyes and your clarity of vision.
Eye testing is Bulk Billed to Medicare on the spot at Sparks & Feros Optometrists.
Vision and Eye Health
Your vision is important. If you have noticed lately that you are unable to see as well or your vision is blurred then you may need an eye examination. Sparks & Feros Optometrists can check your eyes for both Visual Error and Eye Health.
The ability to see clearly and the health of your eyes may change over time. These changes are often so subtle that you may not be aware of them. Accordingly we recommend that you have your eyes examined every 18 months to two years. In doing so you ensure your glasses are perfectly accurate and you have taken steps to safeguard against eye disease. Early detection is vitally important in protecting your eyesight from insidious diseases such as Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration.
To ensure your eyes are healthy we routinely take photos of the back of your eyes, this is called Retinal Imaging. It is a quick, painless and non-invasive procedure for the detection of a variety of eye conditions and diseases.
We also now offer Optomap® Ultra-Wide Digital Retinal Imaging, which captures a wide angle view of the back of your eyes revealing important information for the comprehensive evaluation of systemic and ocular health.
Common Eyesight Problems
During a normal eye examination our optometrists will check for various eyesight problems including:
Myopia (short or near sightedness)
Hyperopia (long or far sightedness)