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YOUR LOCAL EXPERIENCED OPTOMETRIST

Unless your vision has changed, you may not give your eyes much thought when it comes to health. But your eyes can actually tell us a lot about your general health, even if they don’t feel any different. That’s why it’s so important to have your eyes tested regularly. Visit our Boutique Optometry Clinic in Melbourne’s West and get best care for your Eyes.

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OUR OPTOMETRY SERVICES

EYE HEALTH

PRESCRIPTION
ANTERIOR HEALTH
POSTERIOR HEALTH

CONTACT LENSES

EDUCATION
FITTING

DRY EYE

ASSESSMENTS
LUBRICANTS
MEDICATION

CHILDREN ASSESSMENT

PRE-SCHOOL
VISION TRAINING
BINOCULAR VISION

ORTHO-K

CUSTOM LENSES
CORRECTIVE
WHILE YOU SLEEP

GLAUCOMA

ANALYSIS
RISK
FAMILY HISTORY
TREATMENT

DIABETES

DILATION
ASSESSMENT
EDUCSTION

TOPOGRAPHY

KERATOCONUS
DRY EYE
CORNEA

VISUAL FIELDS

VicRoads
Side Vision
Glaucoma

MYOPIA

ASSESSMENTS
ANALYSIS
TREATMENTS

THE EYE LAB MELBOURNE DIFFERENCE

We want to make sure you have healthy, happy eyes for as long as possible. In our clinic , we’re fully equipped to treat all eye conditions by our Optometrists. Plus, all comprehensive eye assessments are bulk billed. We take our time assessing and discussing the health of your eyes.

TYPES OF COMMON EYE CONDITIONS

OUR OPTOMETRIST PRICING

ALL GENERAL EYE HEALTH ASSESSMENTS ARE BULK BILLED. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT UNDER THE AGE OF 65, TO GET YOUR EYES ASSESSED EVERY 2 YEARS AND FOR THOSE OVER 65, EVERY YEAR.
MOST CONTACT LENS APPOINTMENTS ARE BULK BILLED. WE PROVIDE EDUCATION AND FITTING FOR 80$, THIS IS THEN TRANSLATED TO 15% OFF IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE A SUPPLY
WITH OUR STATE OF THE ART EQUIPMENT AND RESEARCH EVIDENCE, WE PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE DRY EYE ASSESSMENTS, MANAGEMENTS AND TREATMENTS. A DRY EYE ASSESSMENT TAKES 1HR AND COSTS 100$
DRY EYE ASSESSMENTS INCLUDE, TEAR FILM ANALYSIS, MEIBOGRAPHY, CONREAL STAINING AND GLAND FUNCTION.
MYOPIA CONTROL ASSESSMENT IS 100$, WHERE WE TAKE OUR TIME ASSESSING AND DISCUSSING THE BEST TREATMENT PLAN FOR YOUR CHILD. 
ASSESSMENTS INCLUDE, CORNEAL TOPOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENETIC ASSESSMENTS.
ORTHO-K IS A LENS THAT YOU WEAR DURING THE NIGHT AND IT CORRECTS YOUR VISION DURING THE DAY. 
THE ORTHO-K LENS AND ASSESSMENT PACKAGE COSTS $2,000. WITH LENSES BEING USED FOR 1 TO 2 YEARS.
CORNEAL TOPOGRAPHY COSTS 45$ AND ASSESSES THE CURVATURE OF THE EYE. THIS IS RELATED TO CONDITIONS SUCH AS KERATOCONUS AND CONTACT LENS ASSESSMENTS.
VISUAL FIELDS ARE GENERALLY BULK BILLED, ALTHOUGH LIMITED TO 2 EVERY CALENDER YEAR. EVERY SUBSEQUENT VISUAL FIELD  COSTS 50$

VISIT OUR OPTOMETRIST CLINIC IN NEWPORT

VISIT OUR BOUTIQUE OPTOMETRY CLINIC IN NEWPORT, JUST OVER THE WESTGATE BRIDGE.
WE STOCK THE LATEST IN LUXURY AND BOUTIQUE FRAMES AND COUPLE THEM WITH ADVANCED JAPANESE & GERAMN LENSES.
WE SERVICES THE LOCAL HOBSONS BAY AREA, FROM SPOTSWOOD, SEDDON, YARRAVILLE, WILLIAMSTOWN AND ALTONA.

Most popular questions

For most people, it’s advisable to have an eye test every two years, but it’s best to attend earlier if any eye problems occur or if advised by your optometrist.
Yes. A comprehensive sight test includes checking the health of the inner and outer parts of the eye.

Even if you’re happy with your vision it’s worth having a regular check-up. Eyes can be affected by a number of conditions which may be picked up early through a sight test, giving it less chance of affecting your vision.

You should have an eye examination every two years or more regularly if advised by your optometrist.
It depends on the patient, but a young, healthy person with no apparent problems should take around 20 minutes.

Someone older, perhaps with high blood pressure, diabetes, glaucoma or other ailments can take much longer.

Your Optometry in Melbourne will determine what clinical tests are needed to provide the correct information for new spectacles or contact lenses; if necessary, they might refer the patient for a medical opinion.
Sight tests, also known as eye examinations, are more than just tests of your vision.

A comprehensive sight test includes a thorough examination of the front and back of the eye for any health problems, too.

You might have certain tests – such as ‘auto-refraction’ (to provide the optometrist with a rough estimate of any spectacle prescription) and ‘tonometry’ (a measurement of the pressure inside the eye) before entering the consulting room.

The optometrist will ask you questions about any problems you’re having with your eyes or might have had in the past, and about any family history of eye problems (some eye problems can be hereditary).

The vision test (known as the ‘refraction’) includes the use of a letter chart, with different lenses being placed in front of the eye while the optometrist uses further techniques to fine-tune the prescription.

The prescription is the power of lens for the right and left eye which will correct the patient’s vision. During the Eye Health Check the optometrist checks the condition of the eye’s various structures using an opthalmoscope and a number of other instruments such as a slit-lamp and a visual field analyser.