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Find out more about what to expect during one of our eye tests and why they're so important.
Why are regular eye tests so important?
It’s very important to attend regular eye tests, even when you’re not having any problems with your vision.
During a sight test the Optometrist will check the health of your eyes; but that’s not all they’re checking. It is also possible to detect some general health conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes during an eye test.
That’s why an eye exam should be a regular part of everyone’s health regime, and why we offer them for free! Read more about our FREE sight tests here.
Usually a routine sight test is recommended every two years, but some people may need more frequent eye tests. The Optometrist will advise you when to attend your routine check up at the end of your eye exam. We will even send you a reminder letter when your next eye test is due.
If you experience problems with your eyes, glasses or contact lenses before your routine check is due, you can still book an appointment at any time using our online booking service
The eye test
An eye examination will normally take about 30 minutes and will include:
The Optometrist will ask you questions regarding:
Once all checks have been completed our Optometrist will discuss the results of the test with you, advise you on whether any correction is needed and let you know when your next routine eye test should be.
The Optometrist will also provide you with a copy of the results of the sight test and either your new spectacle prescription or a statement telling you that no prescription is required.
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Find out more about our free sight tests here.