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Great EyeCare starts with a comprehensive eye examination by one of our experienced Optometrists.

Our Optometrists will detail your eye and vision history and current symptoms to help identify the specific issues affecting your sight, before planning a strategy to help manage these.

Our Optometrists are 4-5 year University trained, well experienced and maintain ongoing annual accreditation with ‘continuing education’ keeping us up to date with the most recent advances in all facets of EyeCare.

Eye Examinations

Our practices are equipped with ‘state of the art’ examination and testing instruments to detect, assess, identify, monitor and manage all conditions within our scope.

Our examination procedures fall into two broad categories,

1. Vision & Refractive Optometry relating to quality of vision.
2. Clinical & Medical Optometry, relating to your eye health & general wellbeing.

For conditions beyond our scope, our Optometrists enjoy a close relationship and referral interaction with all local Ophthalmologists (eye doctors), GP’s and specialists in a wide range of fields including Rheumatology, Endocrinology and Cardiology.

Vision & Refractive Optometry

Clinical or Medical Optometry

These membranes are very unique and constantly exposed to our tough modern environments including wind, dust, sunlight, microbes, air conditioning, water, cold and heat. Their health is essential for crisp sharp vision.

  1. Blepharitis & Conjunctivitis & Keratitis
  2. Chalazia, Hordeola, Pterygia, Pinguecula
  3. Keratoconnus
  4. Foreign Bodies & Removals
  5. Acute Red Eye Conditions
  6. Sjorgrens Syndrome
  7. Recurrent Corneal Erosion
  8. Laser / Refractive Surgery (Pre & Post Op)
  9. Microbial & Mites

his area is for protection of the surrounds of our eyes and also is affected by the strong exposure to the environment due to our lifestyle choices. UV light exposure, age, injury and hormonal changes affect our skin including our lids.

  1. Meibomian Gand Dysfunction (MGD)
  2. Dry Eye Disorders
  3. Entropion, Ectropion, Trichiasis, Madarosis
  4. Ptosis
  5. Tumours, Lesions, Papillomas
  6. Rosacea (facial & ocular)
  7. Hooded Lids

This area includes the coloured iris and operation of the pupil and provides the ability to change focus from far away objects to near objects.

  1. Cataract (Pre & Post Op)
  2. Anterior Uveitis
  3. Floaters (Vitreous)
  4. Posterior Vitreous Detachment (PVT)
  5. Glaucoma (Pre & Post Op)

The sclera (white) of the eye houses and protects and maintains a healthy functioning retina and macula. When light is detected by the retina a micro electrical message is conveyed via the optic nerve to the occipital cortex to interpret vision and integrate other sensory feedback.

  1. Photopsia
  2. Retinal Detachment
  3. Macula Disorders
  4. Vascular Conditions
  5. Diabetic Management
  6. Peripheral Vision

Eye Emergencies

Serious eye injuries will require immediate help via the Emergency departments at Sutherland Hospital or Sydney Eye Hospital. Shire Optometrists can provide urgent help with all minor incidents including foreign bodies, chemical burns, unusual symptoms, floaters or flashing lights, lid lumps or lesions or inflamed lids, impacts or sudden vision changes.

Please call our front desk who will be able to assess and guide you to quickly identify any threat and instigate treatment or referral where necessary. If it does not seem right then call us immediately at Cronulla, Gymea, Jannali or Illawong.

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