A visual health check – or VisionSafe Eye Check is an assessment undertaken to check your visual and ocular health when you are concerned about your risk factors for visual or ocular health disease.
A VisionSafe Eye Check goes far beyond a typical eye examination with your local optometrist. A VisionSafe Eye Check is designed to coexist and complement a typical sight test and/or the spectacle or contact lens assessments you might already be undergoing with your local optometrist.
You might consider VisionSafe when you are over 40 or you have a family history of eye disease. You might also want to consider it when you desire a second opinion about an eye condition which you are receiving treatment for.
The VisionSafe Eye Check is a package of state-of-the-art tests that examines:
You are an ideal candidate for VisionSafe if you:
- are over 40 years of age
- are highly short-sighted or long-sighted
- have a family history of glaucoma and/or macular degeneration
- want state-of-the-art, advanced ocular imaging assessments with consultant delivered analysis and interpretation of the tests as part of a comprehensive eye health check up