Eye disease

Our eyes are one of our most integral organs for living a rewarding life. That’s why they need the regular attention of an optometrist. Seeing the same optometrist over time for all your eye health and eyecare needs means even minor changes in your vision can be monitored.

1 in 4 Australians are at risk

Did you know that 25% of Australians are at risk of losing all or part of their vision due to eye disease?^ And although nearly half will wait until their eyes deteriorate before having them checked, many eye disease symptoms are invisible.

We urge you not to wait until you notice a deterioration. While we know that 1 million Australians have never had an eye examination, we also know that 50% of participants in a recent NEHS survey discovered an eye condition that they were unaware of prior to the survey.

Prevention is better than cure

The reality is that eye disease and changes to your vision can occur at any age.  The best safeguard against avoidable vision loss and blindness are comprehensive eye examinations, and thankfully, this is what our optometrists do best. Our optometrists take the time to understand your general health, eye health and vision needs to offer you a holistic eyecare plan.

Because we understand that seeing well means living well.

Don’t miss the big moments in your life.

Book a comprehensive 360° eye consultation with one of our expert optometrists.

Find your nearest optometrist now


^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2011–12 National Health Survey (NHS); Line of Sight blueprint by Optometry Australia; Vision Australia; www.aihw.gov.au/hospitals/surgery-2010-11; www.visioneyeinstitute.com.au/article/facts-eye-health-australia/


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